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' L IBRAHY 

OF THE 
U N I VLRSITY 
Of ILLINOIS 

NOTICE: According to Sec. 19 
(a) of the University Statutes, 
all books and other library 
materials acquired in any man- 
ner by the University belong to 
the University Library. When 
this item is no longer needed 
by the department, it should 
be returned to the Acquisition 
Department, University Library. 



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While cryptic critics generalize about 

"the contemporary student, ' : 

the ILLIO graphically shows the differences 

among students on a large campus 

and identifies their many separate voices. 

Students reflect the issues, 

concerns and interests 

of people generally. As a group, 

they are different only 

in their vitality and in the idealism 

which characterizes the search 

for meaningful lives. 

The University of Illinois seeks 

to serve the individual student 

by helping him to utilize the bountiful resources 

available here for his education 

and for his personal growth. 

The 1966 ILLIO 

will be a permanent reminder 

of the promise of the individual student, 

a promise which all of us 

in University service 

hope will be amply fulfilled. 

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Students— The Promise for the Future 










Shuffling feet on 
sidewalks, the murmur of students 
in class, thousands of voices 
rising to crescendos 
across the gridiron and 
reverberating from the dome 
of the Assembly Hall— these are 
the sounds of our people. 
Students are the voice and 
the spirit of Illinois. 
Students are people . . . 




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. . . a highly complex mass of individuals thrown together into 
University society. People needing people, 
finding them before a fireplace, missing them while talking 
on the phone, living their lives vicariously while cheering them on 
in the stands. The student voice cries out 
wanting freedom, rights, and attention. We are 
your huddling masses and, in a voice unchallenged, will shout our 
defiance and boast our achievement to all. Hear us! 

The ITLIO of 1966 is featuring you— the people of the University 
of Illinois. Can you find yourselves within? 



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illio 1966 


editor 


volume 73 


roberta dimmer 


university of illinois 


business manager 




james Conner 




associate editors 




betty cocking 




karen fogler 




associate business manager 




mary scheppach 



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contents 



student life 

our lives are what 

we make them 

seniors 

they've lived to learn; 

soon they'll learn to live 

academics 
their business 

is the students 

activities 
our internship 

for the future 



sports 

where the individual 

does not comprise the team 

organizations 

where each may 

find his place 

residences 

where lifetime friends 

are discovered 

and lifetime 

memories born 




Paul C. McMichael 



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DEDICATION 



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It is unusual to find at a large University such as Illinois 

a man who is as dedicated to his work, to the students, and to other people 

in his community as MR. PAUL MCMICHAEL, publisher-general manager of 

the Illini Publishing Company. The IPC publishes the Daily Illini, the ILLIO, and the 

Techograph and administers the student-operated WPGU radio station. 

Mr. McMichael, a graduate of the University of Illinois School of 

Journalism in the class of 1934, was on the Daily Illini editorial staff during his student 

days and was chief news editor his senior year. He remained at the Illini Publishing 

Co. following graduation as an office assistant. He says, "When I first 

started here, I thought it was temporary; but it got to be a good job. 

I started with the same salary as I got before I came to college — $20 per week." 

The following year he became assistant manager 

and later was named business manager. During 1949 and 1950 he was acting general 

manager; however, at that time he was not interested in being 

head man. He did not think the added headaches 

were worth it. In 1955 after 21 years of service, he was named publisher. At 

this time things were going badly financially; the company had just remodeled 

and put in a new press, leaving them with very little capital. 

As the new publisher, Mr. McMichael devoted himself to an "economy drive" aimed 

at paring the deficits of the previous years. His "economy drive" did not 

entail drastic measures, but centered around increasing 

small savings wherever possible. Though keeping economically sound is 

always a pressing problem, under Mr. McMichael's directorship 

the IPC has consistently remained in the black. 

One of Mr. McMichael's major interests in the community is Boy Scouting 

with which he has been associated for more than 40 years. 

While he was a scoutmaster better than 200 boys had the privilege of being registered 

for scouting under him. In 1939 he was the proud recipient of the Silver Beaver award 

for the year's most outstanding service to scouting at the annual 

Arrowhead Council. In 1965 one still finds him giving up his Saturdays 

in November to make hot chocolate and cookies for the boys who come to chop down 

their own Christmas trees at a nearby Boy Scout camp. He also serves 

at Boy Scout leadership conferences— not in the capacity of a director 

as his experience might indicate, but as a conference chef. He is behind 

the scenes cooking everyone's meals in the magnificent 

way that only Mr. McMichael can. He has given many boys the thrill of a 

vacation cruise on Lake Michigan. He is the type of man who gives a boy a ride 

home from a banquet and makes a life-long friend. His service is one 

of sincere dedication which comes from, as one of his former scouts says, 

"extreme interest in people that is not at all selfish." 

To Mr. Paul McMichael, who has dedicated his life 
to people, we dedicate the ILLIO of 1966. 

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HARMONIOUS STRAINS OF a folk tune are carried forth upon a gentle spring breeze. 






Spring Beauty Transforms Illinois Campus 



Balmy breezes and warm weather, puddles made 

by the seasonal monsoons, swampcoats, 

bathing suits, and madras bermudas are signs of spring at Illinois. With 

the arrival of mild weather the campus 
is transformed into a place of beauty. From under a layer 

of ice emerge new blades of green grass 

and pastel blossoms of flowers. The campus is once 

again filled with the Spirit of Spring. 




AS WARMER WEATHER returns to the campus, students begin to unload their motor 
scooters from winter storage. 



ALONG WITH THE warm breezes and the balmy weather, spring rains also arrive on campus. 




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THE ATMOSPHERE OF spring also calls to professors, who conduct class on the lawn. 



Balmy Weather Brings an 
Awakening Spirit to Illinois 



UNABLE TO RESIST the awakening spirit of spring, many stu- 
dents take their books outdoors. 




THE RENEWED ENTHUSIASM of students is shown in impish stunts. 




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NOBLE HALL GIRLS and Snyder boys enjoy a spring afternoon building a college-type pyramid. 



ANOTHER TYPICAL SPRING activity is deciding whether to study or not to study. 




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Congress Circle Brightens Chicago's Back Yard 




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The Chicago Circle campus opened its doors 

to 10,000 students in September of 

1965. Some of the special facilities on the Chicago 

campus include the Illini Union, Library, 

University Hall, and Lecture Center. Courses are 

taught in four colleges — Architecture and Art, 

Business Administration, Engineering, 

and Liberal Arts and Sciences — and in two divisions 

Education and Physical Education. By 1967 

the new University will have expanded to 

provide degrees in all of the above colleges. 

Over sixty academic, professional, cultural, religious, 

and athletic organizations offer activities. 



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Groups Sponsor Sings 

Each spring the sophomore women's 

honoraries, Alpha Chron 

and Shi-Ai, sponsor sing festivals. 

Any women's independent house or 

residence hall may enter 

Watcheka Sing, sponsored by Alpha 

Chron. Shi-Ai Sing provides an 

opportunity for Greeks to voice their 

talent. The following houses placed 

first in their divisions last 

year: Alpha Phi, Beta Sigma Psi, 

and Alpha Delta Pi-Alpha Gamma Rho. 




MEMBERS OF ALPHA Delta Pi and Alpha Gamma Rho combined their talent 
to win first place in the mixed division of Shi-Ai Sing. 




PRESBY GIRLS WATCH Jackie Engel tune up for their winning entry in Watcheka Sing. 



GLORIA FOSTER LEADS the McKinley Hall group on to a first place victory in the small division of Watcheka Sing 





ASSISTANT DEAN SMITH welcomes high school visitors to 
Agriculture Guest Day. 



THIS TESTING MACHINE crushes a concrete specimen as part of 
an Engineering Open House exhibit. 




Interest and Enjoyment for All at College Open Houses 




VISITORS LOOK ON as a professor demonstrates a mechanical engineering 
exhibit at Engineering Open House. 



Each spring the College of 

Engineering organizes 

an Open House, during which 

they exhibit the newest developments in 

science and technology 

from the laboratories of the 

College. The Open House annually 

draws thousands of visitors. 



Similarly, the College 
of Agriculture holds an 
Agriculture Guest Day each fall. 
Over 1200 high school upperclassmen 
and junior college members 
attended this year. Sessions on 
career opportunities allowed the 
participants to explore 13 
fields of agriculture. 

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Spring Hops with "Brigadoon 5 ' 

Spring Musical, sponsored by the Illini 

Union Student Activities, annually highlights 

Mom's Day weekend. The 1965 

production featured four performances of 

Brigadoon at the Assembly Hall. This romantic 

story depicted two lost hunters who stumbled 

upon the magical town of Brigadoon. 

Stephen Wallace, James Javore and Gary Gardner 

alternated in the lead roles of the 

two hunters. J. Phillip Burwell portrayed 

the avenging boyfriend who threatened 

to put an end to the town which appeared only 

once every one hundred years. The cause for 

all his ill feelings was the beautiful 

damsel, Jean Mac Laren, played in tandem 

by Barbara Casserly and Karen Larsen. Jean's 

pert sister Fiona was double cast with 

Patricia Martin and Judith Einhorn. 

Including the chorus, orchestra and staff, 

over one hundred students were involved. 




Credit to Ned Levy 

This year Edward Levy completed 

his sixth year of directing 

at the University of Illinois. He made 

his debut in the fall of 1960 by 

directing Stunt Show and introducing 

the traditional Shaggar Line. Since 

then he has presented the annual 

Stunt Shows and Spring Musicals. 

Mr. Levy does most of his own 

choreographing. He is also the director 

of productions at University 

High School and is the head of 

the English Department. 

Here at the University of Illinois, 

Mr. Levy is an assistant professor 

in the College of Education. 

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OH ! OH ! NANCY Feuerbacher must 
have an hour exam ! 



"MIRROR, MIRROR ON the wall," says Gloria Pitman 
to Pamela Hall. 




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CYNTHIA CURTISS, MAY Queen of 1965, poses with her parents on Mother's Day. 



THE 1965-66 MOTHERS Association officers are from left 

to right: Mrs. E. L. Burch, president; Mrs. Frank Schooley, 

treasurer; Mrs. Earl Lunde, first vice-president; and Mrs. 

Margaret Reeves, second vice-president. 



BRONZE TABLET MEMBERS file onto the stage to begin the Honor's 

Day program in the Assembly Hall. 




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PROVOST LYLE LANIER, Prof. Norman Graebner and President 
David D. Henry prepare for Honor's Day. More than 3000 students 
attended the program at which Dr. Graebner spoke. 



It All Began with Mom 



Once every year moms trade their dishes 

and dust mops for an exciting 

weekend at Illinois. Housing groups, the 

Mother's Association, and the Illini Union 

planned activities to guarantee the success of the 

weekend. The Spring Musical, 

Glee Club Concert, and Garden Show provided 

the moms with a variety of 

activities from which to choose. In 

addition, the Illini Union sponsored a fashion 

show. The weekend also included the Honors 

Day Convocation, Mortar Board 

initiation in President Henry's formal 

gardens, and the March of the Honoraries 

on the quadrangle. The latter was climaxed by 

the crowning of the May Queen. 




MEMBERS OF TEN honor societies march down the quadrangle during the March of Honoraries. 



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Carnival Thrills Throngs 



Illioskee is becoming synonymous with 
spring. Melting snow and budding leaves mean 
the University's weekend carnival of 
fun is near. Winter- weary 
students beat a path to the area west of 
the Assembly Hall to enjoy the 
cotton candy, rides and free 
dancing. Last year this Student Union- 
sponsored event featured authentic 
Indian dancers and a donkey basketball 
game, in addition to traditional features like 
the ferris wheel and roller 
coaster. Various campus organizations 
operated prize and game booths 
along the midway. These provided male 
students with an opportunity to demonstrate 
their prowess in front of their dates. 






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Time Out for Spring 




SOLILOQUIZING QUIETLY, BOB Hope amuses himself 
and the attentive audience by playing high water with the 

microphone cord. 




MEMBERS OF ORCHESIS entertain aU.of I. audience with a striking display 

of creative dance. 




FACULTY STUDENTS, AND even the younger se1 enjoy Twilight Concerts 

on tin- Quad, 



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PORTRAYING HER ROLE as gentleman during MERC Week, Diane 
Palmquist appears apprehensive as she lifts the knocker at KAP. 



Turnabout at U of I 



What's the time? Phone won't ring. 
That girl can't remember a single thing. 
I said, "Call on time. Don't be late!" Yet 
she always makes me wait. 

She carries my books without complaint 
And buys my beer without restraint; 
But when it's time to keep our date, 
Her knock on the door comes very late. 

MERC Week brings all kinds of joys, 
Some for girls, most for boys. 
Girls reverse the trend of every date, 
And on the boys their vengeance sate ! 




AH-HA! SHE'S LATE," chuckles Warren Fink, glancing at his watch. 



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Final Week Challenges . . . 



Spring and sun, all work 

. . .no fun. 

First cram and slave, then rant and rave 

. . .unfair. 
Brain is weary, grades not cheery, eyes bleary 

. . .cry. 

No time to weep, eat or sleep 

. . .SOS and No-Doz. 

One week, not for the meek 

. . .FINAL WEEK! 
















TOP SCHOLARS AMONG University of Illinois June graduates are, from left, Glenn VanBlaricum, Jr. and Larry 
Blust, co-valedictorians, and Allan Evans and Lawrence Thebaud, co-salutatorians. 

. . . But Commencement Rewards Hard Working Seniors 



LED BY THE traditional color guard, the President's party leads the procession of 1965 
graduates from Memorial Stadium to the Assembly Hall. 




The University of Illinois 
Commencement, 1965, 
took place in the 
Assembly Hall for the third 
consecutive year. 
The commencement address 
was presented by 
Dr. Lelano J. Haworth, 
Director of the National Sci- 
ence Foundation and 
former professor of physics 
at Illinois. After 
the Board of Trustees and 
Alumni bestowed their 
greetings upon the 
graduates, President David D. 
Henry presented 
the degrees. Illini Achieve- 
ment Awards were 
presented to George Stanley 
Halas, Class of 1918, 
William George Karnes, 
Class of 1933 and 
Allan Nevins, Class of 1912. 



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PROUDLY WEARING THE capes of Homecoming Queen Finalists are: Top Row: Jill Anne Scott, Judith Leenerts, Janice Sommer, Ann Barnas. 

Bottom Row: Lee Anne Kuehn, Katherine Becker, Jane Shuman, Kathenne Pobanz. 



Queen Jane Heggie and Court Reign Over Homecoming 



The reign of Jane Heggie as 

Homecoming Queen highlighted the 

festivities of Illinois' 55th annual 

Homecoming. Jane is a junior majoring 

in French education and a member of 

Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She also 

serves on Panhellenic Judicial 

Board. Sue Awe, a senior 

in elementary education, was runner-up 

and named Miss Indiana. 

Sue is president of Phi Mu sorority as 

well as a sponsor of 

the Army ROTC program. The 

queen was crowned during the pep 

rally. Each member of the 

court received a cape with the colors 

of the Big Ten school she represented. The 

queen and court were also 

introduced during the pre-game 

ceremonies at the Stadium. 



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LESIURE MOMENTS ARE enjoyed simply by observing the beauty of Indian Summer days. 

Fall Flings Destroy Intentions of Back-to-School Booking . 



Students at the University usually come 
to school in September with 
the best of intentions. Nearly everyone is eager 
to begin studying. But after 
the laziness of summer, many 
find themselves several hundred pages be- 
hind after the first week of classes. 
With the round of fall activities, 
matters only get worse for some. 
Eager fans await the opening of another 
football season. Greek houses, independent 
houses, and dorms find renewed 
excitement at dances, exchanges, and other 
back-to-school events. The climax of 
fall is, of course, Homecoming. The fall 
semester ends amid autum leaves and 
thoughts of winter and Christmas vacation. 



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RAIN DOESN'T SEEM to dim the spirit of Ulini football coach 
Pete Elliot. 





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MELANIE WOZNIAK AND Bill Scheppach find the Union a 
good place to study. 



STANDS SELLING FAMILIAR stadium horns and pennants add 
to the football spirit. 



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A DOCTOR CHECKS the blood pressure of a would-be volunteer as part 

of the pre-donation examination. 



SOME STUDENTS WAITED in line lor as long as seven 

hours to donate their blood. 



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We Pledge Our Support 



In an attempt to do something 

humanitarian for the 

soldiers in Vietnam, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

fraternity sponsored a 

blood drive at the U. of I. The 

idea, suggested by Jim Keithley who 

was later made student 

chairman of the project, caught on 

quickly. Housing groups 

distributed literature, while the St. Louis 

Red Cross agreed to collect 

the blood on November 16, 17, and 18. 

The Brothers Four and 

Addiss and Crofut, entertainment groups 

who had recently been in Vietnam, 

volunteered their talents in a pre-drive 

kickoff held November 13. 

The 2,125 pints of blood collected proved 

the campaign to be a success, the 

goal being 2,000 pints. The response to 

the drive was so overwhelming 

that lines were stopped at 3 PM on the 

last day of collection. 





WORKERS GROUP THE typed blood and pack the 
filled blood packages into shipping containers. 



THEY'LL STICK TOGETHER till the end. 



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'STEADY NOW," THINK these shagger line paper dolls as they thread their way across the stage. 



SEARCHING EYES SCAN this board of beauties before coming to rest upon Her Majesty, 

the 1965 Homecoming Queen. 







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Homecoming Means 
Fun for Everyone 




AMIDST A TANGLE of newspaper and homemade paste, Stuart Levine, Mary 
Ann Auvinen, Susan Eckert, and Stephen Gold construct the Phi Mu-Sigma Alpha 
Mu homecoming float. 



HOMECOMING CHAIRMEN ELLIOT Engelhart, Carol Lynley, Caroll Imle, Kurt Salomon, Mary Schaefer, Edward Hartline, Sheila 
McFalls, and Martha Maulding display the 38 trophies awarded at Homecoming. 




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That Was the Year Rapunzel Let Her Hair Down . . . 




KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA-Lambda Chi Alpha's Seven Dwarf Beauty Salon tries to disguise Rapunzel as a mohair sweater. 



. and Gave Kappa and Lambda Chi the Grand Prize 



One of the most highly 
anticipated activities of any 
Homecoming is the 
annual Stunt Show. Chosen during 
the first week of classes, 
the eight sorority-fraternity finalists 
spent a month in time-consuming 
rehearsals. The 1965 shows, 
following the Homecoming theme 
"The Year That . 
ranged from Captain Hook 
performances to a modified version 
of Mother Goose's Rapunzel 
The latter, Lambda Chi Alpha- 
Kappa Kappa Gamma's show, won 
first place. Second prize 
went to "That Was 
the Year Root Juice Came 
to Bogus Lake," performed by 
Acacia-Delta Delta Delta. 



THAT INTOXICATIN' ROOT Juice had a pow'ful effect on Acacias and Tri 
Delts in "That Was the Year Root Juice Came to Bogus Lake." 




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A SCHOOL IN Never, Never Land! Marilyn Marshall looks appalled 
at the thought in the Phi Kappa Sigma-Alpha Epsilon Phi production, 
''The Year of Never, Never U." 



LYNN HETKE TALKS over rush problems with angel Bill Lewky 
in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon-Alpha Gamma Delta show, "The 
Year of the Sin-Sational Rush." 




'I WANT TO bring home the bacon" was the cry of the 4>ZA-A* presentation, "The Year of the Way to Go Go. 




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Campus Dons Its 
Homecoming Dress 



The 55th annual Homecoming- 
was said to have been "The most 
spirited Homecoming in Illini 
history ..." Among the 
factors which helped make it that way 
were 84 house decorations 
and a 48 unit parade 
with 16 floats. First place winners of 
house decs included: 
Weston, Nabor House, Wardall, 
College Hall, McKinley Hall, 
and Alpha Xi Delta. 




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Let Us Entertain You 



Halftime action of every football 
game centers around the band, 
and the Marching Illini are 
among the best on the field. Under 
the direction of Everett Kisinger, 
Assistant Director of University- 
Bands, the Marching Illini 
are known across the nation for 
their dignified performances. 
They continually arouse the "spirit of 
the Illini." Backing the 
band is the Block "I" providing the 
true color of Illini spirit. Bedecked 
in the orange and blue, the block 
displays designs during the half. 




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Fathers of Illini Are Honored on Dad's Day Weekend 



Clear skies and falling leaves set the 

atmosphere for the traditional Dad's Day 

weekend during which Illini Dads 

were honored. The eventful weekend included 

such entertainment as the 

MIA-WISA "Dad's Day Review," which 

amused both fathers and students 

with its theme, "The Father Of." Dolphin 

Show was another enjoyable event, 

as was the Purdue-Illinois 

Varsity Men's Glee Club Concert. 

Perhaps the major event of the 

weekend was the Illinois-Purdue football game 

from which the Illini emerged 

victorious. The halftime ceremony added 

to the excitement of the festivities as 

the Marching Illini created 

formations centering on the theme 

of "Dad's Heroes of Fiction." Several 

"heroes" emerged from formations 

of "Mississippi Riverboat" and "The Lone 

Ranger." A special highlight of the 

day came at the conclusion of the halftime 

ceremony with the coronation of 

Claude Kennedy as King Dad of 1965. 




DOLPHIN SHOW THRILLED dads with beauties such as these in 

intricate aquatic stunts. 



MARIKA LITTKE AND Chief Illiniwek escort King Dad Claude Kennedy and his daughter across field. 



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GO-GO GIRL HOLDS attention of sons and dads alike at 
Dad's Day Review." 



MEN'S AND WOMEN'S independent housing units paired to present 
original musical skits for "Dad's Day Review." 



SON WATCHES APPREHENSIVELY as his dad wagers next semester's tuition on Blackjack game at Illini Union's "Casino Night." 




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SKATING KANGROOS DELIGHTED the audience at the Ice Capades. 



MAKING SURE THAT her nose doesn't freeze on a cold winter day, this coed is seen wearing a '"Snoot 



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ARE THOSE BASKETBALL tickets really worth it? 



Snow, Wind, Cold Weather Sweep Across Campus 



AFTER FINALS THERE'S the cold cruel world to face. 




Glistening snow is piled high by the 

plow as it scrapes harshly against the pavement. 

The campus is dotted with students who have 

exchanged their madras windbreakers for 

heavy, fur-trimmed coats and 

wool mittens. The biting wind, as it sweeps 

across ice-covered sidewalks, only serves 

as a reminder of winter's dominating presence. 



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Union Celebrates 
25th Anniversary 

The Illini Union celebrated 
its twenty-fifth birthday 
this year. Officially 
the celebration took place from 
February 7-12, the last two days 
of which the Cafeteria, 
Snack Bar, Colonial Room, 
Bowling Lanes and 
Billiard Room operated 
at 1941 prices. A 1940 news- 
paper display describing 
the Union's opening, 
1940 newsreels, and 1940 music 
made the atmosphere 
authentic. Nevertheless, the 
Union has changed much in the 
last twenty-five years. 
The 1963 addition to the Union 
almost doubled the 
size of the building. It is 
estimated that over 20,000 stu- 
dents enter the Union 
daily. In terms of volume 
and usage, it is the largest 
Union in the Big Ten. 




WOW! BOWLING 15c and billiards 40c. 



THE NUMBER OF hungry people on campus seemed to increase with hamburgers 10c and coffee 5c. 






"IT'S MINE AND you can't have it!" The Globetrotters rolled over and under^their 
opposition as the Assembly Hall rocked with laughter. 



AN ABSENCE OF shoelaces plagues Hans 
Conried in "The Absence of a Cello." 



THE UNIVERSITY THEATRE, playing an active role in campus entertainment, 
featured "Marco Polo" as one of its winter productions. 




Variety of Shows 
Offered to Illini 



The cheers which 
once swelled from enthusiastic 
spectators at a fall football 
game have been silenced. Only 
the sound of a harsh 
wind can be heard 
sweeping across the barren 
bleachers. Exciting entertain- 
ment, however, has not 
ceased with the advent of win- 
ter. University students 
now gather indoors to enjoy the 
humor of the winter musical 
or a hilarious exhibition by the 
clown princes of basketball, 
the Harlem Globetrotters. 
More serious entertainment is 
afforded by such cultural 
groups as University 
Theatre and Star Course. 

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Winter Musical Evokes 
Laughter and Enjoyment 

A funny thing happened at the Auditorium 

this winter and Ned Levy directed it, the musical 

comedy hit, "A Funny Thing Happened on the 

Way to the Forum." Originally adapted 

from "Pseudolus," a B.C slapstick comedy, 

"A Funny Thing" literally kept them rolling in the aisle. 

Gary Gardner, perennial favorite of student 

productions, played the comic slave of 

Hero James Sirois, who was 

in love with the beautiful virgin Philia, portrayed by 

Patricia Martin. More than seventy students 

were involved in making "A Funny Thing" another in a 

long line of U. of I. musical comedy hits. 




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ERRONIUS, PLAYED BY Bruce Lurie, pauses in his 
search for his two lost children to receive a word of en- 
couragement from Steve Vinovich as Hysterium. 



GARY GARDNER AS Pseudolus attempts to stall Captain Miles Gloriosus (Richard Childers) as he comes to claim his bride. 




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PSEUDOLUS, PLAYED BY Gary Gardner, introduces Lycus' girls to the audi- 
ence's delight. 



LYCUS' COURTESANS DISPLAY their wares. 



PSUEDOLUS CALLS ON a soothsayer to look into his neighbor Erronius' past life. 




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STUDENTS FROM ISRAEL perform a lively dance in their native costumes. 



International Fair Attracts Both Young and Old 



Every year the Univer- 
sity of Illinois welcomes the 
International Fair. Held in 
the Illini Union, its 
many attractions include 
exhibits, rituals, entertainment, a 
Continental Cafe, an Import 
Bazaar, and folksongs 
from different parts of the U.S. 
The purpose of the Fair 
is to promote better understanding 
among foreign countries. 

The weekend before the Fair 

the Illini Union presents 

the Latin American 

night club, Copacabana. The 

night club features songs and 

dances from representatives of a 

large portion of our neighboring 

Latin American countries. 

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PANAMA STUDENTS PRESENT their "Tamborito" dance at the Copacabana 

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UNIVERSITY STUDENTS FROM the Philippines enjoy playing a musical game that originated in their country. 



THE UKRAINIAN DANCE act proved to be the most popular entertainment at the 
Fair. 



THORGERDUR INGOLSSDOTTER, THE first 
Icelandic student to attend the U. of I., "voices" her 

talent. 





THE JOYOUS SPIRIT of Christmas is displayed by the harmonious tones of carolers. 



Christmas Spirit 
Found Everywhere 

As the tree lights in front of 

the Iilini Union flickered in the 

dark, the air resounded 

with carols and laughing voices. 

This year many different 

organizations showed their 

altruistic motives 

by giving parties 

and presents to the needy. 

Students in the library 

doing their last minute cramming 

were interrupted by a 

visit from Mr. and Mrs. 

Santa Glaus. No one 

could dodge the spirit when 

Christmas arrived at Illinois. 



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STUDENTS IN THE library were momentarily interrupted from their studies as Mr. 

and Mrs. Claus paid a seasonal visit. 




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THIS LITTLE GIRL is enthralled with an early 
Christmas gift from Santa Claus. 





CANDY CANES, PRESENTS, and a Christmas tree were suprises for the orphans 
who were the guests of Delta Delta Delta. 



SANTA LISTENS CAREFULLY as a young lad tells him of his special Christmas 
wishes. 




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GIZZ KID ARCHERS from all over the U.S. participate in the National games in N.Y. At right is Alberta Richetelle from the U. of I. 





ILLINOIS (JIZZ KIDS have opportunities to travel. Here, some 
of the team visit Napoleon's chateau al Fontainbleau. 



A MAJ< >R STEP in the growth of the Rehabilitation Center occurred 
in 1965 when the program moved into its new building. 



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Division of Rehabilitation Education Attains World Fame 




r Visitors to campus may notice ramps 
on many buildings, numerous wheelchair 
students, and a few buses equipped with 
hydraulic lifts. This is tangible evidence 
of a unique program in rehabilitation of 
the physically disabled. The Division of 
Rehabilitation-Education Services avails 
the opportunities of college to over 200 
disabled students a year. 

Services offered by the Division in- 
clude admissions and registration, voca- 
tional counseling, services for the blind 
and deaf, medical services, athletics, rec- 
reation, and occupational therapy. The 
program's nationally famous aspects are 
the research done to set standards for 
making buildings accessible to the handi- 
capped and the Illinois Gizz Kids wheel- 
chair athletes. 

The Division of Rehabilitation offers 
the disabled student all the opporunities, 
challenges and excitement available at the 
University of Illinois. Whether best use 
is made of these challenges and oppor- 
tunities depends on the individual. 



THIS PLASTIC RELIEF map is a recent research devel- 
opment. Blind individuals can "see" this map. 



JOANNA CORNETT DEMONSTRATES her bowling ability. She is a 
gold medal winner in national track, field, and swimming competition. 




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THEY SAID WE'D have to sit on top of our suitcases, but. . .in the luggage rack? 



Semester Break— Most Welcome Vacation of the Year 



Hallways echo noisily with the sounds of doors 

slamming and footsteps descending the stairs. Students glance 

anxiously at their watches as they hurry with suitcases 

in hand toward the overloaded train. 

Yet everyone wears a smile of anticipation. It's semester break! 

HOW MANY MORE rounds until Chicago? 






'GET RID OF them quick!" is the rule as unwanted books are resold to the bookstores and club exchanges. 



THE BRAIN IS engaged and the wheels turn as these students, in deep concentration, 
wade their way through pages of unending questions. 




Pressures Increase 
As Finals Approach 



Most students at the University 

of Illinois vivdly recall the 

drudgery of final week. Survival 

kits and stay-alert tablets 

make their appearance. Cigarette 

sales are at an all-time high 

as even ardent non-smokers begin 

to indulge. After long, 

sleepless nights of cramming, the 

real work begins. Three 

never-ending hours of "do or die" 

leave students feeling as 

though they have been through an 

endurance test. With the 

first exam out of the way, most 

feel a slight restoration of 

self-confidence. Now there 

are only four more exams 

and six more sleepless nights. It 

should be easy from here. 



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ACKERMAN, GENE FRANKLIN, J WHEATON; B.S. in Recreation; CHI PSI; Alpha 

Phi Omega; W.P.G.U. (1, 2); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; American Recreational 
Society (3, 4). 

ACKERSON, DONALD KEITH CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GREGORY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3, 4); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ADDIS ANDRA LESLEY GLENCOE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; The 

ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre Crew (1); Campus 
Chest fl); W.P.G.U. (1). 

ADEWUNMI, ADEGBOYEGA ADEBIMPE ILARO NIGERIA; B.S in Electrical Engi- 
neering- Y M.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Soccer, Varsity Squad (3); African Students Club (2, 6, 4), 
I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4). 

AGAZZI JUDITH LYNN . JOLIET; B.S. in Elementary Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

Illini Union Committee Member (2); S.A.E. (1); Joliet Junior College. 

AHLSTROM, JAMES DOUGLAS FAIRBURY; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Illini Guide (6); Air Force ROTC, 
Cadet Major; Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4, 5, 6); Association for Computing 
Machinery (5, 6); Honors Day (1). 

AIMONE, VIRGINIA STANDARD; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Commerce Honors Program (2); Honors Day (2, 3). 

ALEX GARY EVERETT DAVIS JUNCTION; B.S. in Agriculture; MINAWA LODGE, 

ALU*., ^X'j^^^,^ 3) . Mpha Zeta . ,,;,.,,( and Furrow (1 , 2 . 3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club 

(1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

ALLAMAN, ROGER BLAINE ROSEVILLE; B.S. in Vocational Agriculture; AI HI \ 

GAMMA RHO; Ma-Wan-Da; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; Alpha Imu Alpha; 
Baseball Freshman Squad (1); Agricultural Council (2, 3); 1M Rec Board (3, I); Agri- 
cultural Education Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

attfn CHARLES HUMPHREY NORMAL; B.S. in Civil Engineering; TRIANGLE, 

ALLEN, CHAKLt&^MUMh-n^ g . ^ ^ ^ EpgUon; KnKm , rnnK <■„„„,, | , ,,, 

St. Pat's Ball Committee, Major Chairman (4) jA.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4) ;I.S.P.E. 74) lEnguieei 
ing Honors Program (3, i>; James Scholar (2, 3, l>; Honors Daj (1, 2, 3)j 1 mversitj 

,, ("Illinois Scholarship Kej . 

ait fn iarry LE ROY . . . EDINBURG; U.S. iii Agricultural Communications; FARM- 
ALLEN, LARRY^Lb KUY |: . |Mi;i( . |n;S QdReglmenta iBand(l,2) ; S.N.I.B.(2.3, I), Director. 

in.Chief in- Universitj Baptisl Churoh Executive Council (3); Agricultural Council 
(3 4V Plowboy Prom Committee Hi; Agricultural Economios Club (1,2, 3); Cooperative 
Extension club 12, 3): Illini Sportmans club (1), 

ALMON JOHN STERLING CHAMPAIGN; B.S, in Eleotrioal Engineering! PI KAPPA 

\i.niA. House President 1 1). 



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ALMY, DAVID BAIRD INDIANOLA; B.S. in Agriculture; GARNER; W.P.G.C. (3, 4); 

Horticulture Club (3, 4); Danville Junior College. 

ALSBERG, PETER ALLYN .... BERKLEY HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in L.A^. Physics; 
THETA XI; Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Guide (2); Greek Week Committee (3); Engineering 
and Mathematics Honors Program (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

ALSTER, SUSAN FRANCES CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA, House President (4); Alpha Lambda Delta; I lini Union Committee Wall 
man (3); Illim Union Committee Member (2); Panhellemc Judicial Board (i), Cm ion 
(1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois bcnolar- 
ship Key. 

ALTER, SHARON ZAYE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student 
National Education Association (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

ALTMAN, PAUL STEPHEN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE, House President i3>; Illim Union Committee Member '4), 
W.P.G.U. (4); Student Senate (3); Major Committee of Student benate (6), luim 
Guide (3); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Young Republicans Club (4); L.A.b. Honors 
Program (3); Honors Day (3). 

AMBROSE, CONNIE LORRAINE CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; DELTA ZETA; 

Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3, 4). 

AMERLAN, CARL JOHN, JR WESTERN SPRINGS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; 

GREGORY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Concert Band (2, 3); Marching Illim (3); Dirst 
Regimental Band (1). 

AMERLAN, HOWARD ALLAN WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathe- 
matics; GREGORY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Concert Band (4); Marching Illim (4); 
Illini Guide (1); Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3); James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

AMFT, BARBARA K CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Astronomical Society U, A ■*, *>• 
President (3, 4); Film Society (3); Folk Song Club (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

ANARGYROS, GEORGIA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; A.I.I.E., A.I.S. (3) ; Epsilon Phi Sigma (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club 
(3, 4); Hellenic Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Wright Jumor College. 

ANDERSON, DUANE LEE KANKAKEE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; A.F.S. (2); Film Society (3, 4, 5); Folk Song Club (3, 4, t>). 

ANDERSON, HAROLD SANFORD DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; FARM- 
HOUSE; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Y.M.C.A. (3); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Student Musicals (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1); L.A.b. Honors 
Program (1, 2). 



ANDERSON, JAMES J EVERGREEN PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE, House President (2); Tomahawk; W.F.C.U. U), 
L.A.S. College Council (3, 4); Illini Guide (2). 

ANDERSON, KEITH RICHARD MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; 

ALPHA RHO CHI; Junior Interfraternity Council (2); A.I.A. (2, 3, 4); Umversity oi 
Wisconsin. 

ANDERSON, KENNETH ALLAN KANKAKEE; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Keramos; Marching Illini (1, 2); Second Regimental tfand 
(1, 2); American Ceramic Society (1, 2, 3, 4). 



ANDERSON, MARY JILL KEESEVILLE, NEW YORK; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Folk Song Club (3, 4); French Club (2); Freshman Board (1). 

ANDERSON, ROBERT JAMES LANSING; B.S. in Communications; DELTA TAU 

DELTA; Skull and Crescent, President (3); The Daily Illini (2); Jumor Interfraternity 
Council (2); Umversity Soccer Club (1, 2); Karate Kai (3). 

ANDREASEN, DUANE LEON JOLIET; B.S. in Accountancy; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Johet Jumor 
College. 



ANDREEN, JERRY STEVEN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Accountancy; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE, House President (3) ; Alpha Kappa Psi; M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4). 

ANDREWS, MARGARET JEAN POTOMAC; B.S. in Home Economics; SIGMA KAPPA; 

A.C.E. (4); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Stephens College. 

ANDRIS RONALD GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; NEWMAN; Campus 

Chest (1); Intramural Council (3, 4); FootbaU, Freshman Squad (1); Intramural Man- 
ager (3, 4); Senior Co-Rec Manager (4); IM Rec Board (4), Chairman (4); Physical 
Education Majors Club (4); Santa Monica City College. 



ANGEL, ROGER KENNETH PRINCETON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ACACIA; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Umversity of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

ANGUS, DONALD MC LEAN JOLIET; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; DELTA 

CHI; Ma- Wan-Da; Sachem; Star and Scroll; The ILLIO (1, 2); Major Chairman of 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; Illim Union Committee Chairman (4) ; Illini Union Com. 
mittee Member (2); Star Course Manager (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 3, 4); Major Committee 
of Student Senate (3); Freshman Chorus (1); Concert and Entertainment Board (4). 

APFEL, MARILYN H CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; PHI MU; Young Democrats 

Club (3); Umversity of Colorado. 



APRATI, FRED PETER, JR HARVEY; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SIGMA NU; 

Tribe of Illini (3, 4); Wrestling, Captain (4), Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4), 
Freshman Squad (1). 

APRIL, JAY IRWIN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; B.S. in Aeronautical and 

Astronautical Engineering; TAU DELTA PHI, House President (4); Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (2); University Theatre Cast (2); Campus Chest (1); Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); Illini Guide (2); American Institute of Aeronautics and Astro- 
nautics (3); Hoof and Horn Club (2); Spanish Club (3); Young Democrats Club (3). 

ARCHER, PAMELA KAY CHARLESTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA 

CHI OMEGA, House President (4); Torch; Shi- Ai; Illini Union Committee Chairman 
(2, 3) Star Course Manager (1). 



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ARCHERY, JOSEPH MARY EMMANUEL THANU BANGKOK, THAILAND; B.S. in 

L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; University Chamber Choir (3); American Chemical 
Society (2, 4); A.I.Ch.E. (4); A.S.M.E. (3); Chulalongkorn University; University of 
London; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ARGANBRIGHT, MARY JANE DECATUR; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; Phi Upsilon Omicron, President (4); S.N.I. B. (3); Home Economics Council 
(4); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Home Economics Club (3, 4). 

ARNOLD, JEFFREY ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; TAU DELTA PHI; 

W.P.G.U. (2); Student Musicals (1). 

ARNOLD, KENNETH FRANK LA GRANGE PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; 

MEDEA; Alpha Phi Omega; Illini Guide (4); Lyons Township Junior College. 

ARRAS, ROGER EUGENE GREENFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; SU CASA, House Presi- 
dent^ 3); Agricultural Economics Club (4); Illini Agricultural Mechanization Club (4). 

ATUTIS, VICTOR ALEXANDER CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; SIGMA PI; Omega 

Beta Pi, President (4); Lithuanian Students Club (2, 3, 4); French Club (4); Honors 
Day (2); Wilson Junior College; University of California at Los Angeles. 



AWE, SUSAN ANN KIRKLAND; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI MU, House Presi- 
dent (4); Military Sponsor (4); A.C.K. (4); Student National Education Association 
(4); Young Democrats Club (1); Homecoming Court (4). 

BABB, MALCOLM CHARLES WHEATON; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Marching Illini (1, 2, 3); First Regimental Band (2, 3); Second Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2). 

BAILEN, FRANK G BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ZETA BETA TAU; 

Omega Beta Pi; Star Course Manager (1); Campus Chest (1); Student Senate (2). 

BAILEY, ROY ALLEN WATSON; B.S. in Agronomy; University Chorus (1); Agricultural 

Economics Club (2); Field and Furrow (3, 4). 

BAJT, RONALD MICHAEL HERSCHER; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; MEDEA; Pi 

Tau Sigma; Illini Guide (4); A.S.M.E. (4); S.A.E. (4); Tri-State College; Western 
Illinois University. 

BAKER, BERNIE B DIXON; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; Men's Glee Club (1, 2); Honors 

Day (2); Northern Illinois University. 

BAKER, BRUCE JAY ELGIN; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Fine and Applied Arts Honors Program (3); Honors Day (1). 

BAKER, CLYDE JULIAN KANKAKEE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; PEABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE. 

BAKER, EDWIN CHESTER URBANA; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; LAMBDA CHI 

ALPHA; Second Regimental Band (1, 2); University Choir (2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (1). 



BAKER, EILEEN JERE LAKE FOREST; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE. 

BAKER, GEORGE WILLIAM HAZEL CREST; B.S. in L.A.S., Economics; ORCHARD 

DOWNS; Thornton Junior College. 

BAKER, JUDITH LYNN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Greek Week 
Committee (3); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3). 



BAKER, ROBERT CARNES CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Marketing; Illini Foresters (1); Mar- 
keting Association (3). 

BALIVA, JANET M SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI MU; Student 

Musicals (3) ; A.C.E. (4) ; Honors Day (3) ; Springfield Junior College. 

BALL, CHARLENE ROBERTA ROCKFORD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

CHI OMEGA; Greek Week Committee (3); Chevron (3, 4); Western Michigan Uni- 
versity; University Choir (2). 

BALLOU, JOHN DAVID PALOS PARK; B.S. in Economics; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; 

Colorado School of Mines; Illinois Institute of Technology. 

BALOUN, MICHAEL JOSEPH BELLWOOD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Engineering 

Council (4); St. Pat's Ball Committee (4); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); St. Joseph's College. 

BALUCH, ULANA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; EVANS; Ukrainian Students Club 

C.',, 4); Newman Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Ukrainian 
Club (1, 2). 




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BARBRE, LARRY FRANKLIN CARMI; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL, House Presi- 
dent (4); Tomahawk; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; Alpha Tail Alpha, President 
(3); Agricultural Council (3, 4); Plowbov Prom Committee, Chairman (4); Agricultural 
Education Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3); Field and Furrow (1, 2, 3, 4). 

BARCLAY, CAROLE ROSELLE AURORA; B.S. in Elementary Education; ZETA TAU 

ALPHA; Shi-Ai; Illio (1, 2, 3); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 4); University 
Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Illini Guide (3). 

BARIFF, MARTIN LOUIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Alpha 

Kappa I'si, President 14); Beta Alpha Psi; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Illini Union Committer 
Chairman (3); [llini Union Committee .Member (2); Accountancy Club (3); Commerce 
Honors Program (1, 2); Honors Day (3). 

BARINGER, ROBERT WESLEY RIVERDALE; Bachelor of Architecture; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; A. I. A. (4). 

BARKSTROM, BRUCE RICHARD MOLINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; University Choir (3, 4); University Chorus (1); Men's Glee Club (2, 3) ; 
Film Society (1); Physics Society (4). 

BARNES, GARY ROBERT KANKAKEE; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA NU; Ma-Wan-Da; 

Sachem; Tribe of Illini (4); Senior Football Manager (4); Accountancy Club (4). 

BARNES, JAMES OLIVER DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

BARNES, MARIANNE NEAL TOLEDO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ALPHA 

PHI; University Theater Crew (1); Chevron (1, 2). 

BARNETT, JANE SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., French; SIGMA DELTA TAU; Illini Union 

Committee Member (1); University Theater Crew (2); Film Society (3). 



BARNICKEL, JON ALBERT LYNDON; B.S. in Economics; GAR-MEN; Delta Sigma Pi; 

Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4); Northern Illinois University. 

BARRY, PATRICIA MARIE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Recreation; TAFT; American Recrea- 
tional Society (3, 4); Wisconsin State Teachers College. 

BARTON, HENRY RUWE, JR VILLA PARK; B.S. in Engineering Physics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; Concert Band (1, 2, 3); Marching 
Illini (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 



BARTZ, DIANNE MARIE GENESEO; B.S. in Accountancy; ALLEN; Illini Guide (2, 3); 

Accountancy Club (3, 4). 

BATES, DAVID C SOUTH CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA; B.S. in Electrical Engi- 
neering; MEDEA; I.E.E.E. (4); Marietta College. 

BATTAGLIA, RUTH GRACE LA GRANGE PARK; B.S. in Elementary Education; WES- 

COGA HOUSE; Shorter Board; Torch; W.I.S.A. Executive Council (3); Illini Guide 
(2); A.C.E. (3, 4); Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 



BAUER, GERALD REINER COFFEEN; B.S. in Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Agricultural Economics Club (3, 4); Field and Furrow (4); Hoof and 
Horn Club (4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

BAUER, GERTRUDE ELIZABETH WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in Home Economics Edu- 
cation; ALPHA PHI; Angel Flight (3, 4); State University of Iowa. 

BAUMGARTNER, NELSON BRUCE LENA; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Agricultural 

Council (4); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Sno-Ball Committee (2); Agricultural 
Judging Team (3); Field and Furrow (2, 3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



BAUMGARTNER, WILLIAM KEN SULLIVAN; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA 

RHO; Junior Interfraternitv Council (1); Army Drum and Bugle Corps (1, 2); Agri- 
cultural Judging Team (4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

BAXTER, BYRON LEE METAMORA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Chi Epsilon; Engineering Council (3); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Illini Christian 
Fellowship (3, 4); James Scholar (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

BEABOUT, ROBERT GLEN CASEY; B.S. in Industrial Administration. 



BEALL, LARRY A STREATOR; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club (1, 2, 

3, 4); Illini Foresters (2). 

BEASLEY, JANICE ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology. 

BEATY, LARRY DAVID PETERSBURG; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL, House Presi- 
dent (4); Tomahawk; Plowboy Prom Committee (.1, 2); Sno-Ball Committee (2, 3); 
Army ROTC, Cadet Captain; Association of U.S. Army (3, 4); Field and Furrow (1, 
2, 3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 




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L.A.R., LSJEL O.D., PAR., D.D.H., B.S., A.B. 



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BECKLEY, HARLAN RAY BELLFLOWER; B.S. in Economics; FARMHOUSE, House 

President (4); Junior Interfraternitv Assistant Coordinator (3); Interfraternity Presi- 
dential Advisory Council (4); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3); Illini Guide (2); Young Republicans 
Club (3, 4); Agriculture Honors Program (1); Honors Day (1). 

BEDNAR, ROBERT RICHARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALPHA SIGMA 

PHI; Illini Guide (2, 3). 

BEGER, JERROLD RICHARD WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Communications; ALPHA KAPPA 

LAMBDA- Star and Scroll; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Tennis, Freshman 
Squad (1); Men's Glee Club (1, 2); Student Musicals (2, 3). 

BEHLES THOMAS MICHAEL GLENVIEW; Bachelor of Architecture; Fine and Applied 

Arts Honors Program (3, 4); Honors Day (4); Marquette University; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois. 

BEHOUNEK, EDWARD FRANK BERWYN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; LONE- 
SOME PINE, House President (3); Tomahawk; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi lau 
Sigma; University Theatre Crew (1); M.I. A. Executive Council (3); Illini Guide (2, 3); 
NROTC, Lieutenant Commander; Navy Council (4); Trident (3, 4); M.F.b. (2, 3); 
A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3, 4). 

BELCHER, LAWRENCE JR NORTH CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy. 



BELKIN, GARY GENE .... CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

BELL, ALAN ROBERT . . . • . MASON; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; A.S.A.E. (3, 4); Eastern 
Illinois University. 

BELL IVAN DON . PALESTINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; German Club (3) ; Philosophy 

Honors Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Umversity 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

BELL, LARRY EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; BETA THETA PI; The Daily 

Illini (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); University Chorus (2); Mens Glee Club 

(3, 4). 

BELL, SARI ELLEN OAK PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., English; TAFT; Student Musicals (2); 

Student National Education Association (4). 

BEMIS GERALD HENDERSON YARDLEY; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; University Chorus (3); Student Musicals (2). 



BEND, KAREN ANN LELAND; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA PHI; Beta Alpha Psi 

Sigma Iota Epsilon, President (4); Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (4 
Greek Week Committee (2) ; Accountancy Club (4) ; Commerce Honors Program (2) 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

DTrwnA PATH DAVID PARK RIDGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Finance; SIGMA CHI; Fencing 

BENDA, PAUL DAVID^ ^ . ^ ™£ & _ ^ 3 4) .' Greek Week Coramittee (3) . FinanC e Club (1, 2, 3). 

BENDULL ERNEST ALBERT ROUND LAKE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; 

, cw Epsilon . A.S.C.E. (4); Beloit College; Northern Illinois University. 



BENGTSON, RUTH ANN EVANSTON; B.S. in Elementary Education; CLARK; Western 

Illinois Umversity. 

RFNN MARVIN NORRIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ALPHA EPSILON 

BENN, ^"VlN^UKici^ aub (2) . IEEE (1> 2> 3| 4) . James Scholar (1). 

RFN YOUSSEF MOHAMED .... EL-ATTEUF, ALGERIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering ; 
BEN YOUSSE F^ MOHAMJ1U ^ '^^ (2| 3) . Arab Student Organization (1, 2, 3); Association 
of International Students (3, 4); African Student Association (4). 

RFNNFTT TOHN LAWRENCE BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Physics; 

BENNEli, Jp^^^L^NiA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); 
United Christian Fellowship (3, 4), President (4). 

RFNNFTT NEIL TAY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta 

BENNETT, NEIL JAY^ j^ E E E ( Jj. Young Democrats Club (3); Praetorians (1, 2, 3, 4); 

Honors Day (1, 3). 

BENOY DAVID ANTHONY HARVARD; B.S. in Communications; University Chorus (1); 

' Freshman Choir (1); James Scholar (1). 

RFRG DAVID KEITH . . LUDLOW; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Star and 

BERG, DAVID I ^ il ^ ha T au -Alpl,a; The ILLIO (2, 3); Illin, Union Committee Chairman (23) ; 

Illini Ui ion Committee Member (1); Plowboy Prom Committee (2 ; Army RO TC 

Cadet Captain; Agricultural Economics Club (1 ; Agricultural Education Club (3, 4), 

Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2); Honors Day (1). 

ucr>r rant FRFnFRICK CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Chemistry; GREGORY DRIVE 

BERG ' TH %1S1WN™Y.M.CA(3 4) ; American Chemical Society (2 3); Gamma Delta 

(3 4); College of Pharmacy at Chicago; Navy Pier Extension of the I mversity of Illinois. 

BERGER.EUGENE WESTERN SPRINGS; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; ARMORY HOUSE. 



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BERGFELD, VICKY LYNN ROCK ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

PALAMAR; Spanish Club (1, 3); University of Pennsylvania. 

IDA LOU RC 

A; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lam' 
); University Theal re 
n Association ( 3, I i ; J 
inois Scholarship Key. 

BERGSON, MADELEINE SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ALPHA 

EPSII.ON Pill, II. his.- President ill; Alpha Lambda Delta; The ILLIO (1); Ilhni 
Union < lommittee Member M); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

BERK, RICHARD ALLEN SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S., -Ma t hematics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE, House- President (3); Ilhni Union Committee Member (2); W.P.G.L. 
(1, 2); Illini Guide (2, 3, 4>; German Club (1). 

BERKE, WILLIAM BENNETT MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; A.B. in L.A.S., French; The 

Daily Illini ill; I.P.C Photograph} S1 1>; French Club (2, 3. 4), President (4); 

Spanish Club (4); Young Democrats Club (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 

BERKUN.'EARL EDWIN LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; SIGMA ALPHA 

MU, House President (2); W.P.G.U. (2, 3); German Club (3, 4). 

BERMAN, IRWIN ALLEN LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (3, 4); I.E.E.E. (4); I.S.P.E. (4); Tele- 
vision Workshop (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

BERMAN, ROSLYN LEE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; S.N.C.C. (3, 4); Sociology Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Brandeis University. 

BERHARDY, GARY DAVID MORRISON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; S.A.E. (3, 4); 

Engineering Honors Program (4); Calvin College. 

BERRY, MELVIN THOMAS, JR PALATINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Geography; Young Repub- 
licans Club (3, 4); Northern Illinois University. 

BERRYMAN, CHARLES OSCAR PLATTEVILLE, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Mechanical Engi- 
neering; S.A.E. (3, 4); Wisconsin State University. 

BIAL, JON SERVI CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; SIGMA PHI EPSILON, 

House President (4); Alpha Kappa Psi; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Campus Chest (2); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Dolphins (1. 2, 3); Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Illini Guide 
(3); Air Force ROTC, Captain; Arnold Air Society (1, 2); Accountancy Club (3); Mar- 
keting Association (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4). 



BIALO, ROBERT ANTHONY ROLLING MEADOWS; Bachelor of Architecture; PEA- 
BODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; A.I.A. (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 

BIANCALANA, FRANK JOHN PARK RIDGE; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE. 

BIGEL, WILLIAM MICHAEL WAUKEGAN; B.F.A. in History of Art; CLUB ESQUIRE 

University Chorus (2); St. Joseph's College. 



BILOW, SUELLEN SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; VAN DOREN; Illini 

Guide (2, 3); Young Democrats (3, 4). 

BINDER, HOWARD RUBIN CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois. 

BIOLCHINI, BERNADETTE ANN OGLESBY"; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; LINCOLN AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE, House President (4); LaSalle-Peru-Oglsbey Junior College. 



BLACK, MARCIA SUSAN BOCARATON, FLORIDA; B.S. in Communications; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (2); Women's Glee Club 
(3,4); Oratorio Society (2, 3) ; Illini Christian Fellowship (2,3,4); Moody Bible Institute. 

BLACKMAN, PHYLLIS ANNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; INDECO; Sigma Iota 

Epsilon; Marketing Association (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

BLAIR, JOHN ELLIS WHEATON; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PEABODY' DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; W.P.G.U. (1, 2, 3). 

BLIDY, PETER STEPHEN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; 

Campus Chest (2); Dolphins (1, 2, 3); Illini Guide (3); Interfraternity Ball Committee 
(3); Anthropology Club (2); Illini Sportsman's Club (1, 2); RiHe and Pistol Club (1, 2); 
Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

BLISS, ROSE MARIE RANNEY PEORIA; B.S. in Home Economics; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

The ILLIO (1, 2); Illini Union Committee Member (1); Campus Chest (1); Freshman 
Seminar (1); Home Economics Club (3); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); James Scholar 
(1). 

BLIVICE, SHELDON MORSE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; German 
Club (3, 4) ; Mathematics Honors Program (1, 2, 3) ; James Scholar (2, 3, 4) ; Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



evenings equal academic probation. 



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BLOCK ELLEN RENEE CHICAGOj B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA 

TAU; Campus Chest (2); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

mnn/rrnFi\r STFVFN MARSHALL . . .LOVES PARK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 
BLOMGREN^ STEVEN MARSHAL^. -^.^ Mpmber (3) . Marching I1Uni (2 , 3); Second 

Regimental Band (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

HI OMOUIST ROGER ELMER PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Illinois 

BL ° MQOT fechnograph (4); A.l'.S. (2); A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4); Bradley University. 

BLONZ, STEVEN LESLIE CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A. I. A. (5). 

BLUMBERG JEFFREY DENNIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI; Alpha Kappa Pai; Accountancy Club (4); Drake University. 

RTTTMFNTHAL CAROLE ANN LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA 

BLUMENT DELTA TAU; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Campus Chest (2); IUigreek (2); 
Greek Week Committee (3); Student National Education Association (4). 



BLUMENTHAL, HOWARD EARL EVANSTON; B.S. in Economics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Tomahawk; Alpha Kappa Psi; W.P.G.U. (2, 6). 

RIIIMENTHAL MARLENE HONI OAK PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Rhetoric and Com- 

rait™ IOTULPHA PI; The Daily Illini (1); Illini Union Committee Chairman 
3 "i"l ini Union Committee 'Member (1. 2, 3, 4,; Campus Chest 1); Student Musicals 
(2); Greek Week Committee (3); Chevron (3); A.I.I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); \oung Demo- 
crats Club (2). 

BLUMENTHAL, ROBERT LAWRENCE CHICAGO; A.B in LAS., Sociology; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Sociology Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2, 3, 4); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



BLUMENTHAL, SUSAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; NOBLE; W.P.G.U. (2); 

Illini Guide (2, 3); S.C.O.P.E. (3, 4). 

BLY DONALD ARTHUR CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ANCHORAGE HOUSE; 

NROTC, Lieutenant J.G.; Roosevelt University. 

BOGENHOLM, BONNIE ELLEEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; CHI OMEGA; 

Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); B.JN.I.JJ. 
(2) ■ Student Musicals (2) ; Greek Week Committee (2, 3) ; Home Economics Club (1,4). 



BOLIN DUANE ALAN BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Industrial Education; CHI PHI; Ai 

Force ROTC, Cadet First Lieutenant; Honors Day (1). 

BOLON, ROBERTA NANCY SKOKIE; B.S in Elementary Education; A.RBO R SUITES; 

Illini Union Committee Member (3); W.P.G.U. (1); N.A.A.C.P. (3); S.C.O.P.E. (3), 
Young Democrats Club (3) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

BOLSEN KEITH KEARNEY HAMMOND; B.S. in Agriculture; BRANDOLIER; Gamma 

Sigma Delta; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



BOLTON, CHARLES THOMAS CHRISMAN; B.S in L.A.S., Astronomy; WESTON, 

House President (2, 4) ; Alpha Phi Omega; M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); M.R.H.A. 
Judicial Board (4); Track, Freshman Squad (1); L.A.S. Council (2); Astronomical 
Society (5); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); Honors Day (4). 

BOOTHBY MARYJ MONMOUTH; B.S. in Physical Education; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; 

Pompons (2); Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3, 4), President (4). 

BORKOWSKI MARY LORETTA CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA 

HOUSE- Student Senate (3); Newman Club (3, 4); Student National Education Associ- 
ation (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Orchesis (1); Newman 
Club (2); Student National Education Association (2). 



BOUCHARD, TOM PIERCE WILMETTE; A.B. in L.A.S., Geography; FLAGG; Toma- 
hawk; Y.M.C.A. (1); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Honors Day (2, 3). 

BOUXSEIN, NICOLE CLARENDON HILLS; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

PHI; Illini Union Committee Member (3); Campus Chest (3). 

BOWIE, DOUGLAS DWAIN URBANA; A.B. in L.A.S., Latin American Studies; Y.M.C.A. 

(1); M.I.A. Executive Council (1); Anthropology Club (4); Film Society (4); Folk 
Song Club (2, 3, 4) ; Spanish Club (3) ; Marketing Association (2, 3) ; N.A.A.C.P. (2, 3,4 ; 
S.C.O.P.E. (3, 4); S.N.C.C. (2, 3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (2); 
Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3). 



BOYSEN, CAROL ANN CRYSTAL LAKE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Biological Sciences 

and General Science; CLARK HOUSE; Rosary College. 



BRABENEC, JOHN JOSEPH, III TAMPA, FLORIDA; B.S. in L.A.S., 

NROTC, Midshipman Lieutenant J.G.; Illini Glider Club (2, 3, 4). 



Psychology 



BRACHHAUSEN, ERIC HOUGHTON 



RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Aeronautical 



1 Astronautical Engineering; TRIANGLE; Star and Scroll; Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma 
Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma Tau; Star Course Manager (2); St. Pats Ball Com- 
mittee (2, 3); Phalanx (2); Engineering Honors Program (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 




PET GRIPE: Pre-meds, James Scholars, 



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BRADLEY, RAYMOND JOSEPH GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Political 

Science; ORCHARD DOWNS. 

BRADT, BERTHA GLIDDEN DEERFIELD; B.S. in Home Economics; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Club (4); Illinois Wesleyan Uni- 
versity. 

BRANDA, MICHAEL ROBERT ELM WOOD PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

NEWMAN HALL- W.P.G.U. (2, 3); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); Radio Television Workshop 
(2, 3, 4). 



BRANIA, GERALDINE ANTOINETTE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE. 

BRASS, RICHARD WILLIAM STILLMAN VALLEY; B.S. in Agriculture; MINAWA 

LODGE; Hoof and Horn Club (4). 

BRAVARD, STEVEN DOUGLAS BROOKFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PHI GAMMA 

DELTA; Delta Delta Sigma; Illini Union Committee .Member (1); Star Course Manager 
(1); Student Musicals (2); Dolphins (1, 2); Illini Skv Diver's Club (2, 3). 



BREWER, ERNEST LESTER FLORA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; DELTA PHI, 

House President (4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

BREWER, KAREN MILDRED LOVINGTON; B.S. in Home Economics; SIGMA KAPPA; 

Phi Upsilon Omicron; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Illini Guide (3); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3). 

BREWER, THOMAS EDWARD SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; PHI SIGMA 

KAPPA, House President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; Star Course Manager 
(2); Junior Interfraternitv Council (1); Freshman Seminar (1); S.C.O.P.E. (4); Young 
Democrats Club (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key. 



BREX, ARLINE GERDA ADDISON; A.B. in L.A.S., English; CLARK HOUSE; Illini 

Guide (2); Freshman Board (1), President (1); James Scholar (1). 

BREZINSKI, DAVID FRANCIS DES PLAINES; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA PI; Illini 

Union Committee Member (1). 

BRIGGS, HARVEY ROBERT FRANKLIN GROVE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; GREG- 
ORY DRIVE RESIDENCE; James Scholar (1); Honors Day (1). 



BRIGHT, BONITA HELENE PRINCETON; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3); Illinois 
State University. 

BRILL, MARLENE ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; LAUREL 

HOUSE, House President (2); Torch; Alpha Chron; Illini Union Committee Chairman 
(3); W.P.G.U. (1); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (1). 

BRINKMAN, DIANE MERRY DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PI BETA PHI; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Member (3); Cheerleader (2); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3). 



BRINKMAN, SALLY LAURIE ELMHURST; A.B. in L.A.S., Russian; DELTA HOUSE; 

Russian Club (1, 2, 3, 4) ; German Club (4) ; Student National Education Association (3). 

BRODSKY, JACQUELINE LINCOLNWOOD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; DELTA 

PHI EPSILON; Shi-Ai; Illini LInion Committee Member (1); Junior Panhellemc (1); 
Illini Guide (2); Young Democrats Club (2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

BRODY, MARVIN DENNIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; Navy Pier Extension of the 

L'niversity of Illinois; Baseball, Varsity Squad (1). 



BROIDA, RONALD JAY HIGHLAND PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SIGMA 

ALPHA MU, House President (4); Ma-Wan-Da; The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Commit- 
tee Member (3, 4); W.P.G.U. (2, 3); Interfraternity Executive Council (5), President 
(5) ; Board of Fraternity Affairs (5) ; Interfraternity Council Program Board (4) ; A.S.C.E. 
(1); Young Democrats Club (4). 

BROOKS, BILLY C BUFFALO; B.S. in Agriculture; CALHOUN; Field and Furrow (3, 4); 

Springfield Junior College. 

BROOKS, THOMAS EDWARD EAST PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PAGE 

HOUSE; Phi Eta Sigma; James Scholar (1, 2, 4); Honors Day (1). 



BROOM GORDON RALPH GREENVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., History; FARMHOUSE; 

Interfraternity Executive Council (3, 4); Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4); Student 
Senate (2); Major Committee of Student Senate (2). 

BROQUIST, STEVEN ANDRE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; BETA SIGMA 

PSI; Lutheran Student Foundation (3, 4); Military Ball Committee (4); NROTC, 
Captain; Armed Forces Council (4), Chairman (4); Navy Council (4), President (4); 
Trident (3, 4); University Soccer Club (3, 4). 

BROWN, CATHERINE ANN COAL CITY; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA DELTA 

PI; Chevron (3, 4); Illinois State University. 



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BROWN HOLLY BETH LINCOLNWOOD; A.B. in L.A.S., French; DELTA PHI EP- 
SILON; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; Campus Chest (1); Junior Panhellemc 
(1, 2); Illini Guide (4); Illini Union Committee Member (2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

BROWN, LARRY WAYNE ELMWOOD; B.S. in Agriculture; University Chorus (2); Agri- 
cultural Judging Team (4); Hoof and Horn Club (4). 

BROWN MARILYN RUTH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ALPHA EP- 
SILON PHI, House President (3); Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Sigma Alpha; Illini Union 
Committee Member (1, 2); Campus Chest (D; Greek Week Committee (2); French 
Club (3); Panhellenic Judicial Board (3, 4); Political Science Honors Program (2, 3); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 4); Honors Day (1). 

BROWNFIELD SUSAN JANE CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

Sigma Alpha Iota; University Choir (2, 3, 4); Women's Glee Club (4); Madrigal Chorus 
(3); Oratorio Society (1, 2); Student Musicals (4); German Club (2); Young Democrats 
Club (3); James Scholar (1). 

BROYLES ALLEN ROSS OAK LAWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

' STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

BRUCKER TEANETTE MARGARET WYOMING; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-H HOUSE; 

Alpha Chron- S.N. LB. (2, 3); Agricultural Council (4); Illini Guide (2); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1) ; Cooperative Extension Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4) ; Home Economics 
Club (1, 2). 

BRUCKMAN, LOIS ELLEN WASHINGTON; B.S. in Education; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

Student National Education Association (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4); Western 
Illinois University. 

BRUNE VIRGINIA ADELAIDE PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; KAPPA 

' KAPPA GAMMA; Illini Union Committee Member (1). 

BRUNER ELIZABETH ANNE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; KAPPA 

DELTA; University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 4); Student National Education Association 
(1, 2); Young Republicans Club (1, 4); Valparaiso University. 



BRUNS, VICKI JUNE SPRINGFIELD; B.F.A. in Painting; EVANS; Illini Guide (3). 

BUCHANAN RICHARD WILLIAM URBANA; B.S. in Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi; 

Sigma Iota Epsilon; Marketing Association (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University ot 
Illinois Scholarship Key. 

BUCK, CAROLYN JEAN EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; ALLEN. 



BUCKLEY JUDY CATHERINE ROCK ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ALLEN; 

Illini Guide (2, 4). 

BUFFENS EILEEN JOY CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; 

' University of Wisconsin; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

BULLAMORE HELEN POND ELMHURST; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

OMICRON PI; Shi-Ai; Illini Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Junior Panhellenic (1); Greek Week Committee (3). 



BULLARD, CLARK WESLEY, III SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Aeronautical and Aeronautical 

, E . neeriQg . gigma Tau . Tau Beta Pi . Sigma Gamma Tau, President (4); Flying Illini 
(3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

tutndy T ARRY GENE . MAEYSTOWN; B.S. in Agriculture; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 

BUNDY, LAR^G^t...^ ^A* Universitj ; chorus (1 _ 2) . Men's Glee Club (3, 4); Oratorio 

Society (3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

UTTNTTNG MARCUS LOY .... TUSCOLA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 
BUNTING, M^U^UI Tai , Beta Eta K I.EE.E (3 4) ; Engineering 

Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Umversity 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

RTTRORACHER MANFRED ERNEST CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; CAMPUS 

BURGBAC VIEW L^OIWE Illinr Union Committee Chairman (3) ; Illini Union Committee Member 

(2, 3, 4). 
RTTcnr DAVID ALAN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in General Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

BURGE ' DAV RESTDENCE;' Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Gamma Epsilon; Sigma Tau; Tau 
Beta Pi-ISl'E (1, 2, 3, 4. 5) ; Society of General Engineers (1,2, 3, 4, 5) ; James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3,'4);'Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key, 

rttbk-f DAVID WILLIAM SPRINGFIELD; B.S. inL.A.S., Zoology; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; 

BURKE, DAVID WILLIAM . „ ^ |™*« Regimen tal Band (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (3); 

S.C.O.P.E. (4); Circle K (3, 4). 



BURKE ROBERTA MT. CARMEL; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; DELTA 

ZETA; Wabash Valley Junior College. 
BURKETT, ARTHUR EDWARD STREATOR; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN; Delta 

Sigma Pi. 

niiDirvnil T? PAPOTYN TANE CASEY; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-11 HOUSE; Torch; 
BURKYBILE ^ C P ARG ( 2 N r 4 ) nirccU.r-in-C'hief (3); Agricultural Council (3); Home Eoono, i 

Council (2, 3); Home Economics Club (2, 3, A). 



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BURLEW, CLAIRE ELLEN RANTOUL; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ALPHA 

OMICRON PI; mini Union Committee Member (2, 3). 

BURNS, BRUCE ALLEN ZION; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; CLUB ESQUIRE; Tribe of 

Illini (4); Wrestling, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (4). 

BUSBY, CAROL LEIGH INDIANOLA; B.S. in the Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children; THE MANSION; Illini Guide (3); Council for Exceptional Children (4). 

BUSCK, ERIKA ABORN OAK PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; DELTA 

DELTA DELTA, House President (4); Torch; Shi-Ai; Mask and Bauble; The ILLIO 
(1); University Theatre Manager (2, 3); University Theatre Crew (1); Angel Flight 
(1, 2). 

BUTLER, EDWARD SAXE LELAND; B.S. in Agriculture; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Agricultural Economics Club (4); A.S.A.E. (1, 2); Illini Agricultural Mech- 
anization,Club (4). 

BUTLER, WILLIAM CHARLES BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; THETA CHI; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Arnold Air Society (2). 

BYLINA, THOMAS JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (4); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CACCHIONE, FRANK JOSEPH MELROSE PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., History; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (3); Young Democrats Club (2). 

CAHAN, CAROL JOYCE LINCOLNWOOD; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Illini Union Committee Member (3); University of Cincinnati. 

CAMPBELL, CLAUDIA AUSTIN SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., French; GAMMA PHI 

BETA; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Panhellenic (2); L.A.S. Council 
(1,2,3). 

CAMPBELL, RONALD LYNN EFFINGHAM; B.S. in Engineering Physics; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Tau Beta Pi; Physics Society (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

CARLBURG, MARGOT LYNDON ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALPHA XI 

DELTA; University Theatre Crew (1); Greek Week Committee (2, 3). 

CARLS, ESTHER ANN BEARDSTOWN; A.B. in L.A.S., French; GAMMA HOUSE, 

House President (3) ; Pi Delta Phi; French Club (3, 4) ; German Club (4) ; Y'oung Repub- 
licans Club (3, 4). 

CARLSON, KENNETH ERIC WOOD DALE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Sigma 

Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Engineering Honors Program (4); State 
University of Iowa. 

CARLSON, KENNETH WAYNE JOLIET; A.B. in L.A.S., History; HOUSE OF ROOJAH. 

CARLSON, ROBERT DAVID LYNN CENTER; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; NABOR 

HOUSE; Alpha Zeta; Chi Gamma Iota; Alpha Epsilon; Engineering Council (3, 4); 
A.S.A.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

CARMACHEL, SALLIE ANN ELMWOOD PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., English; Y.M.C.A. 

(3, 4); Illini Guide (3, 4); German Club (3, 4). 

CARNAGEY, ROBERT WAYNE CRETE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega; 

I.E.E.E. (4) ; Illinois Wesleyan LTniversity. 

CARPENTER, PAUL TIMOTHY JOLIET; B.S. in Communications; SNY'DER; Joliet 

Junior College. 

CARTER, ROBERT LEE WAPELLA; B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; 

Air Force ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; Field and Furrow (3, 4). 

CASH, FREDERICK HARRISON URBANA; B.S. in Finance; PHI DELTA THETA; 

Football, Varsity Squad (4); Marching Illini (1, 2); First Regimental Band (2); Second 
Regimental Band (1); Finance Club (3, 4); Chief Illiniwek (3, 4). 

CASSIE, JAMES CLARKSON, JR MOUNT PROSPECT; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; 

Lawrence College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CASTAGNO, JAMES RICHARD QUINCY; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; B.S. in L.A.S., Chem- 
istry ALPHA DELTA PHI; Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union Committee Member (3); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

CATHCART, DARLENE MARY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., English; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Illini Guide (3, 4). 



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CAVOLO, RICHARD ANDREW VALLEY STREAM, NEW YORK; A.B. in L.A.S., 

Political Science; Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Anthropology Club (3, 4). 

CHAFEE, MARGUERITE HOPE OAK LAWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PHI Ml*; 

Alpha Lambda Helta; Delta Sigma Omieron (1, 2, 3. 4); Wheelchair Cheerleader Ml; 
Wheelchair Track Team (1,2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

CHAN HING CHUN HONG KONG; B.S. in General Engineering; Chinese Students Club 

(3, 4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



CHANG, DORIS HONG KONG; B.S. in Home Economics; Chinese Students Club (3, 4); 

Home Economics Club (3, 4); Hope College. 

CHANG LOWELL G HONG KONG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SCOTT; W.P.G.U. 

(2); Illinois Teclinograph (2); I.E.E.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Chinese Students Club (1, 2, 3, 41 ; 
Student Peace Union (2, 3). 

CHAPMAN, GEORGIANA CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA PHI EP- 

SILON, House President (3); Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Member 
(2); Campus Chest (3); .lames Scholar (2); Honors Day (1). 

CHASE, MARY DOOLIN FRANKLIN PARK; B.S. in Elementary Education; A.C.E. (1); 

Honors Day (2). 

CHECKMAN, HARVEY BRUCE PEORIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE, House President (2); W.P.G.U. (3); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4, 5); 
Honors Day (4); Keck Institute of Technology. 

CHELIN JORY IVES CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; PRAETOR- 
IANS. 



CHERRY STEPHEN JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE- Army ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Society of American Military Engi- 
neers (3, 4); Young 'Democrats Club (1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois. 

CHESSMAN, GARY ALBERT PALATINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathaniatics; DELTA CHI; 

NROTC, Ensign; Phalanx (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1). 

CHMIELINSKI, MARCIA THERESE DES PLANES; A.B. in L.A.S., French; LINCOLN 

WENUE RESIDENCE, House President (4); Pi Delta Phi; Newman Club (2, 4); 
Illini Guide (4); French Club (3, 4); Russian Club (3, 4); Mundelein College. 



CHOI, SIU-FUNG HONG KONG; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ALPHA HOUSE; Chung 

Chi College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CHORLEY, RICHARD KENNETH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Medieval Civilization; 

PHI KAPPA PSI, House President (3); Skull and Crescent; Alpha Kappa Psi; Air 
Force ROTC, First Lieutenant; German Club (3, 4); Marketing Association (2, 3); 
Medieval Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program (2, 3); Honors Day (1); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CHOW JAMES CHEH-MIN HONG KONG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

' STREET RESIDENCE, House President (4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); Illini 

Guide (3); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4). 



CHRIST CHERYL ANN COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in the Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children; GAMMA PHI BETA; The Daily Illini (1); The ILLIO (2); Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (1,2); Campus Chest (1) ; Greek Week Committee (2) ; Honors Day (3) . 

CHUNOWITZ SONDRA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 

CHURCH, RICHARD WILLIAM CATLIN; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SIGMA 

CHI; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3) ; Junior Interfraternity Council (1) ; Freshman Seminar (1) ; Foot- 
ball, Freshman Squad (1). 



CICHON, JOANN MARIE EAST ST. LOUIS; A.B., in L.A.S., History; EVANS; Illini 

Guide (2, 3); Student National Education Association (4); Honors Day (1). 

CLATT, NAN GAY JOLIET; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Delta Sigma Rho, President (3); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1,2); Campus Chest (1,2); IUini Forensic Association (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
James' Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

CLAY, RUBIE DORIS CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Geography; Wilson Junior College; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; S.N.C.C. (2); Orchesis (1). 



CLAYTON, JOHN GIBSON PALOS HEIGHTS; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautics I 

Engineering; DELTA CHI; University Theatre Cast (3); American Institute of Aero- 
nautics and Astronautics (4); Purdue University. 

CLEMENS, EDGAR THOMAS GRAYSLAKE; B.S. in Agriculture; Lindsey-Wilson Junior 

College. 

CLEMENTS, DONALD GLEN PAXTON; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club <2, 3, 4). 




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CLUSKEY, FREDERICK JOSEPH BRIMFIELD; B.S in Dairy Technology; NABOR 

HOUSE House President f4); Tomahawk; Alpha Zeta; Agricultural < ouncil (3, 4); 

Agricultural Judging 'I'caiu i3, 4); Dairj Production Club ( 1 . 2, 3, 4 i ; Dairy Technology 
Society (1, 2, 3, 4), President iiii; , lames Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day CI). 

COCAGNE WILLIAM SERAPHIN VANDALIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SIGMA 

' PHI DELTA; I.E.E.E. (3, 4i; [.S.P.E. 14); Honors Day (1). 

COCHRAN RICHARD MATHEW . SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ('III 

' PSI, Ilou.se President t 1); Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tan; Eta Kappa Nu; Southern Illinois 
University. 

COCKING BETTY LOUISE PARK RIDGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

' KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Ep- 
sil'on- The ILLIO (1.2, 3, 4). Associate Editor (4); Illini Union Committee Member (4); 
WES A. Board (1); Extramural Manager (1); Junior Panhellenic (2); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (3, 4); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating Committee (3, li; Student 
Senate Subcommittee (3); Oratorio Society (2, 3, 4); Freshman Choir < I > ; Illnn Guide 
(4) Panhellenic Chairman (4); Freshman Board (1); Board of Panhellenic Artairs 
(3, '4); Mathematics Honors Program (1, 2. 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 3). 

COGSWELL, CARYL CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., French; PALAMAR; Pi Delta Phi; 

Student Musicals (2). 

COHEN CAROL DEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Recreation; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; Illini Union 

Committee Member (3); Campus Chest (1); W.P.G.U. (2); Junior Panhellenic (1); 
WILL (1, 3); Greek Week Committee (2, 3); American Recreational Society (2, 3, 4). 

COHEN DAVID IRA GLENCOE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PI LAMBDA PHI; Illini 

Guide (3); Greek Week Committee (2); Italian Club (2, 3, 4); S.C.O.P.E. (3, 4). 

COHEN, GLANT CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; W.P.G.U. (1, 2, 3, 4); WILL (4); 

Television Workshop (2, 3). 

COHEN ROBERTA SANDRA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ARBOR 

SUITES; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Guide (3); Young Democrats Club (2, 3); English 
Club (2, 3, 4); Spanish Club (2, 3); Honors Day (3); Indiana University. 

COHEN, SHELDON IRVING CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PI LAMBDA 

PHI, House President (3) ; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Illini Guide (3); S.C.O.P.E. 
1 3, 4); James Scholar (1). 

COIL GALE CROUGHAN NASHVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Pershing Rifles (2, 3, 4). 

COIL GEORGE LEON NASHVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S.. Political Science; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Pershing Rifles (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 



COKER RICHARD CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; ANCHORAGE HOUSE, 

House President (3); Anthropology Club (3); Folk Song Club (3, 4); Rifle and Pistol 
Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

COKLISS, HARLEY LOUIS SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA EPSILON PI; 

The Daily Illini (3); Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (4); Illini Llmon Com- 
mittee Chairman (2); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3); Greek 
Week Committee (2, 3); Film Society (4); N.A.A.C.P. (4); S.C.O.P.E. (3). 

COLE, CLAUDIA ARLENE ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Education; DELTA ZETA; 

Knox College. 

COLTHURST STEVEN LEE CABERY; B.S. in Agriculture; PHI KAPPA PSI; Agri- 
cultural Economics Club (3, 4) ; Young Republicans Club (3, 4) ; Illinois State University. 

CONKLIN JAMES RAYMOND ROCKFORD; B.S. in Economics; PSI UPSILON; Base- 
ball, Freshman Squad (1); St. Pat's Ball Committee (1); Engineering Mechanics Society 
(1, 2); Finance Club (4); Marketing Association (3, 4); Rockford College. 

CONLON, JAMES JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. 

CONLON, JOHN PATRICK CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; NEWMAN; Commerce 

Council (3, 4); Finance Club (3, 4); Marketing Association (4); Society for the 
Advancement of Management (4) ; Young Republicans Club (3) ; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois. 

CONNER JAMES RAU PANA; B.S. in Marketing; DELTA UPSILON; Ma-Wan-Da, 

President (4); The ILLIO (2, 3, 4), Business Manager (4); Army ROTC, Lieutenant 
Colonel; Association of U.S. Army (3, 4); Marketing Association (4). 

CONNORS, JOHN FRANCIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A.I.E.E. (1, 2). 

CONROY, JUDITH ANN MOUNT PROSPECT; B.S. in Marketing; KAPPA DELTA; 

University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Marketing Association (3, 4); Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management (3). 

CONWAY, CHARLES PHILLIP, JR CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Mathematics; NEWMAN; 

Pi Mu Epsilon; Spanish Club (2, 3). 

COOK ALAN JOHN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; EVANS SCHOLARS; 

Y.M.C.A. (1); Newman Club (3, 4); L.A.S. Council (3, 4); S.C.O.P.E. (4); Young 
Democrats Club (3, 4). 




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COOLEY JACK DEAN MATTOON; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Air Force ROTC, First Lieutenant. 

COOPER DAVID ALAN SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; GREGORY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Alpha Phi Omega; W.P.G.U. (2); Film Society (4); Folk Song Club (3, 4). 

COOPER, KEITH EDWARD HOMEWOOD; B.S. in Accountancy; KAPPA SIGMA; 

Accountancy Club (3, 4). 

COOPER KENNETH STUART EVANSTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology ; PRAETORIANS; 

M.I.A. Executive Council (2); Sno-Ball Committee (3); Society for the Advancement 
of Management (3). 

COOPER, MICHELAEVONNE DECATUR; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Major Committee of Student Senate 
(2, 3, 4); Illini Guide (2, 3); French Club (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2); Universite 
de Grenoble. 

COOPER, MICHELE ANN WATERLOO, IOWA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social 

Studies. 

COPPOCK, MARGARET ANN LOMBARD; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

Loyola University. 

CORN STEPHEN LESLIE WEST FRANKFORT; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA- Ma- Wan-Da; Director, Illini Union Board (4); Mini Union Committee 
Chairman (2) ; Illini Guide (2) ; Accountancy Club (4) ; Committee on Student Affairs (4) . 

CORRADO, JOSEPH MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Wrestling, Varsity Squad (2), Freshman Squad (1); I.E.E.E. 
(3, 4); I.S.P.E. (3, 4). 

CORRIGAN, LORETTA RUTH CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; VAN DOREN; 

Newman Foundation Executive Council (3, 4) ; Wright Junior College. 

CORTRIGHT, ALICE JANE SANDWICH; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; PRESBY; 

Torch- Alpha Chron; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); McKinley Foundation 
Executive Council (1, 2, 3) ; Illini Guide (4) ; French Club (4); S.N.C.C. (2, 3, 4); Student 
National Education Association (4). 

COTTRELL SAMUEL, IV BRISTOL, VIRGINIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

' DELTA CHI; Army ROTC, Second Lieutenant; A.F.S. (1, 2); A.S.M.E. (3, 4). 

COULTAS, RONALD KEITH RIGGSTON; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- 
neering; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (4); Illinois College. 

COUPER, JANICE ALDEN ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN; B.F A. in Graphic Design; PHI 

MU; University Theatre Cast (2) ; University Theatre Crew (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3) ; W.P.G.U. 
(3); Illini Guide (2, 3); University Theatre Board (3). 

COURTER, RICHARD WAYNE DELONG; B.S. in Forestry; ORCHARD DOWNS; Illini 

Foresters (1, 2, 3, 4). 

COWAN, MICHAEL KENNETH OAK PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; CHI PHI. 

COWEN MICHAEL LEE BEARDSTOWN; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI KAPPA 

TAU; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Baseball, Varsity Squad (2), Freshman Squad 
(1); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

COYNE JOSEPH FRANCIS MINOOKA; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Omicron Delta 

' Kappa- Alpha Zeta; M.I.A. Executive Council (3, 4), President (4); Student Senate 

(4)- Major Committee of Student Senate (3, 4); S.N.I.B. (3); Plowboy Prom Committee 
(3); Sno-Ball Committee (3. 4); Agricultural Economics Club (3, 4); Field and 1' urrow 
(3); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Committee on Student Affairs (4); Joliet Junior 
College. 



COYNE, RICHARD WILLIAM MINOOKA; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; ALU , A Y_S 

INN, House President (2); Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; Mini Guide (2); A.I.I n.E . 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Y'oung Democrats Club (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

CRABTREE CHERYL MANHATTAN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; KAPPA ALPHA THETA ; 

Mini Union Committee Chairman (3); Major Committee of Student Senate [3); ( lieer- 
leader (4) ; Joliet Junior College. 

CRANE, DANIEL BERNARD CHICAGO; U.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ALPHA EPSILON PI. 

CRANE, STEPHEN GLENN RANTOl'L; B.S, i" Aooountancj ; Dalta Sigma l'i; Air Foroe 

ROTC, Captain; MacMurray College. 

CRAWFORD, JANET ANN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; H.l'.A. in Graphic Design; DEI I \ 

GAMMAj Gamma Alpha Chi. 

CRAWFORD, RICHARD EARL DANVERS; U.S. in Agriculture ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Illini Agricultural Mechanization Club (3, 4). 



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CRAWFORD, THOMAS DOW GEORGETOWN; Bachelor of Architecture; TRIANGLE; 

Alpha Phi Omega. 

CREEL, JANET MARIE MORTON GROVE; B.F.A. in Painting; ALLEN; Illini Guide (3). 

CREMIEUX, LINDA ANN HINSDALE; B.S. in L.A.S., Anthropology; THE MANSION. 

CRESSEY, VIRGINIA MULLEN SEA CLIFF, NEW YORK; A.B. in L.A.S., Italian; 

Italian Club (2, 3); N.A.A.C.P. (2, 3); Rockford College. 

CRISEL, JOHN JAMES ALBION; B.S. in General Engineering; Engineering Council (2, 3); 

I.S.P.E. (2, 3, 4); Society of General Engineers (I, 2, 3, 4). 

CRONK, MICHAEL JOHN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineer- 

ing; Alpha Phi Omega. 



CROSSMAN, TOMMY LEE BEASON; B.S. in Dairy Technology; CLUB ESQUIRE; 

Agricultural Council (3); Agricultural Judging Team (3); Dairy Technology Society 
(1, 2, 3, 4). 

CROUSE, DAVID DUANE URBANA; B.S. in Communications; BETA THETA PI; 

Y.M.C.A. (3, 4) ; Tribe of Illini (3, 4) ; Baseball, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4) ; 
Football, Freshman Squad (1); Rugby Club (3). 

CROW, SANDRA SUE DANVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; MAPLE HALL; Home 

Economics Club (3, 4). 

CROWTHER, ALLAN WALTER CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E. (4); 

Honors Day (1). 

CURRAN, PATRICK DENNIS LAKE GENEVA, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Aeronautical and 

Astronautical Engineering; SIGMA CHI; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astro- 
nautics (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Honors Day (1). 

CUTLER, GLENN MATTSON LOVES PARK; B.S. in Management; ACACIA; Men's 

Glee Club (3, 4); Army ROTC. Captain. 

CUTRIGHT, MELITTA J TOLEDO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALLEN; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Illini Union Committee Chairman (4); Illini Union Committee 
Member (3, 4); A.I. I.E., A.I.S. (4); French Club (4); Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3); 
History Honors Program (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DAGGETT, JON WILLIAM CARLINVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Hannibal LaGrange 

College. 

DAHLIN, ROBERT K CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Alpha 

Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (4); Student Musicals (4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois. 

DAHLSTROM, NORRIS ALFRED CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Phi 

Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Sigma Mu, President 
(4); Marching Illini (1, 2); First Regimental Band (1, 2); M.I.S. (2, 4); Engineering 
Honors Program (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DANDAR, MICHAEL JOHN, JR PEARL CITY, HAWAII; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Air 

Force ROTC, Colonel; Armed Forces Council (4); Arnold Air Society (1, 2, 3, 4.) 

DANI, BRUCE NATHANIEL EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; 

A.S.C.E. (3, 4) ; Imperial Valley College. 

DANKER, MARSHALL PAUL DWIGHT; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; Alpha Epsilon; Illini Union Com- 
mittee Chairman (4); Lutheran Foundation (3); Agricultural Council (3); Illini Guide 
(4); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DANKO DANIEL WAYNE STREATOR; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Pi Tau Sigma; Honors Day (1). 

DAVIDSON, JOHN RICHARD HIGHLAND PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

Young Democrats Club. 

DAVIDSON, STERLING PRICE, III VILLA PARK; B.S. in Communications. 

DAVIS, FRANCES ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; INDECO; Illini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1). 

DAVIS, JAMES MURNANE WHEATON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Chi Gamma Iota; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, President (4); I.E.E.E. 
(2,3,4); Young Republicans Club (4) ; Honors Day (3) ; Illinois Institute of Technology ; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Honors Day (1, 2). 



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DAVIS JOHN PAUL JR ANNA; B.S. in Communications; PHI KAPPA PSI; Alpha 

Delta Sigma; Folk Sons Club (3, 4). 

DAVIS MAER IRWIN CHICAGO; U.S. in Finance; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Alpha Kappa 

DAVIS, JYIA&K i. «r ^^^ ( , ommittee Member (i,2); Campus Chest (1,2); Junior Interfratermty 
Council (1); Student Senate (1,2, 3, 4); Major Committee of Student Senate 2, 3, 4 ; 
Freshman Seminar U); Illini Guide (3); Accountancy Club (4); 1'inance Club (2, 6, 4), 
Young Democrats Club (3); Committee on Student Affairs (3). 

DAY GORDON WAYNE WINCHESTER; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

' STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Tan Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Illinois Tech- 

nograph (3 4); Army Lrim and Bugle Corps ( 1, 2); I.E.E.E. (3, 4) ; Engineering Honors 
Program (1,2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1,2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

DAY TANET LUCILE .... HOMEWOOD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA 
DELTA; Shorter Board; Director, Illini Union Board (4); Major Chairman of Illini 
Union Committee (3); Campus Chest (2, 3); Junior Panhellemc (1); Student Senate (4). 

DAY LAWRENCE LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; PENNSYL- 

DAY, LAWK ^^ A ^ENUE MMIDENCE, House President (3); A.I.C1..E. (2, 3, 4); James 

Scholar (3). 
DAY, NANCY ANN MOLINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; TAFT. 

DAYTON DORIS ANN . . . URBANA; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Biological Science ami 

DAY1UK, jjukis a»« ^ ^ GAMMA pH j BETA . I1Uru Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini 

Union Committee Member (2, 3). 

DAZEY TAMARA LEE DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; CHI 

' OMEGA. House President (4); Mortar Board.; Torch; Shi-A,; Ilhn. Union Committee 

Chairman (2); Illini Union Committee Member (1); Star Course Manager (1, 2, V , 
Women's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Freshman Choir (1); Mathematics Honors Program (1); 
James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

DEAN DOUGLAS PAUL LAKELAND, FLORIDA; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics. 



DEBATIN RONALD EDWARD POCAHONTAS; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Council 

'T*' Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (1) ; Agricultural Judging 

Team (4)- Dairy Production Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Dairy Technology Society 

(1, 2). 
DE BERRY WILLIE ESTHER CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; ARBOR SUITES; 

Home Economics Club (4); Newman Club (3, 4); Mount Mary College. 

DE BRUYCKERE, CAROL JEAN MOLINE; B.S. in Elementary Education; PALAMAR. 



DEBSKI, HENRIETTA THERESE CHICAGO; B.S in LAS., Psychology; ARBOR 

SUITES; Newman Club (2); Young Democrats Club (3); Spanish Club (2). 

DECHOW T PHILIP ABINGTON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TAU KAPPA EP- 

' SILON; A.V.S. (2); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (3, 4). 

DECHOW SUE WIDNEY .... DANVILLE: A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA 
' DELTA PI; The ILLIO (1, 2); Student Musicals (2). 



DECKER CORINNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; INDECO; Campus Chest 

(2); A.C.E. (4); Student National Education Association (3, 4); Young Democrats 
Club (3, 4); Washington University. 

DEDINA KATHLEEN DIANE DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Home Economics; BUSEY; 

Home Economics Club (3) ; Mundelein College. 

DEININGER, GEORGE JAMES ELGIN; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Men's Glee Club (3); Lake Forest College; Northern Illinois 
University. 



DEKAN MARY ANN GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in Physical Education; CHI OMEGA; Pom- 
pons (1); Angel Flight (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Newman 
Club (3, 4). 

DELUCA, JOHN PAUL PRAIRIE DUROCHER; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; NEWMAN; 

Keramos; American Ceramic Society (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4). 

DE PAUW, RAY JOSEPH SHEFFIELD; B.S. in General Engineering; Gamma Epsilon; 

Society of General lOngineers (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (4). 



DE ROSA, MARILYN THERESA CHICAGO BEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of 

English; McKINLEY; English and Sp h Club (4); Bloom Community College. 

DEROUSSE MITZEANN SPARTA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE. 

DERSO, JOSEPH PETER ROCHESTER, NEW YORK; B.S. in Finance; GARNER, 

House President (4); Pershing Rifles (li; Finance Club (4). 




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DEUTSCH MICHAEL EDWARD CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; TAl 

EPSILON PHI; The Daily Illini (2); Illini Union Committee Member (4); Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (li; Ililicl Executive Council (2); Illini Guide (3,4); Pre-Law Club (3) . 

DEVRIENDT, FRANCOIS JEAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ORCHARD 

DOWNS; Film Society (4); French Club (3, 4) ; German Club (3,4); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois. 

DEWEY, MARILYN SUE DAYTON, OHIO; B.S. in Home Economics; Dames Club (3, 4); 

.Miami University; Iowa State University. 

DE YOUNG EDWARD JOHN ST. ANNE; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; SCOTT, House Presi- 

' dent (1); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3); Physics Society (1, 2, 3); Young Democrats Club (3); Fidelis 
League (1, 3, 4), President (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DICKMAN, MARTIN JAY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PHI EPSILON PI. 

DICKOW, CARL ERNST CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club (2, 3, 4); 

Marketing Association (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

DIMMER ROBERTA BETH LOMBARD; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ALPHA OMI- 

CRON PI; Shorter Board; The ILLIO (2, 3, 4), Editor-in-Chief (4). 

DITTMAN ALBERT EDWARD ANTIOCH; B.S. in the Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children; ARMORY HOUSE; Council for Exceptional Children (4); North Central 
College. 

DITTMER, ALICE ANN CARTHAGE; B.S. in Home Economics; DELTA HOUSE; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Omicron Nu, President (4); Phi LTpsilon Omicron; 
S.N. LB. (2, 3, 4), Director (4) ; Home Economics Council (4); Plowboy Prom Committee 
(2); Cooperative Extension Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young 
Republicans Club (2); Agriculture Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 
3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DI VITO, RICCARDO MICHAEL WESTCHESTER; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN. 

DIXON, PATRICIA ANN BIGGSVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; WESCOGA; Alpha 

Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Wesley Foundation Student Council 
(3); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2, 3); Cooperative Extension Club (1); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

DOBBS, NORMAN ALLEN LINCOLN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Army ROTC, Lieutenant 

Colonel; Scabbard and Blade (2, 3); Society of American Military Engineers (3, 4); 
A.S.C.E. (4). 

DOLBOW, KENNETH HERBERT EFFINGHAM; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; 

A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2); M.I.S. (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

DOLL, JOHN CHRIS POCAHONTAS; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Tomahawk; 

Agricultural Education Club (2, 3); Dairy Production Club (I); Field and Furrow 
(2, 3, 4). 

DOLLINS, MARY LOU BLOOMINGTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA 

GAMMA DELTA; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Military Sponsor (2); St. Pat's 
Ball Queen (3). 

DOMINICK, JOSEPH RAYMOND, JR BRADLEY; B.S. in Communications; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Tau 
Alpha; Sigma Delta Chi; W.P.G.U. (3, 4); Television Workshop (3, 4); James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DONOVAN, LARRY WAYNE VINCENNES, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; Arnold 

Air Society (1, 2); A.I. A. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); Vincennes University. 

DONZE, RICHARD LEE EL PASO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (4); U. of I. 
Scuba Club (1); Engineering Honors Program (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DORFMAN, MERLE LEE LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in the Education of the Deaf; PHI 

SIGMA SIGMA; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Star Course Manager (1); 
Y. M. C. A. (3); Campus Chest (1); W.P.G.U. (2); Junior Panhellenic (1); Council for 
Exceptional Children (4); DB Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Student National Education Association 
(4). 

DORN, ALBERTA LOUISE CARY; B.S. in Home Economics; ALLEN; Gamma Alpha 

Chi; Home F>onomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3). 

DORNER, PAUL MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Recreation; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; American Recreational Society (2, 3, 4). 

DORSEY, JAMES ROBERT PENFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; NEWMAN; 

Illini Union Committee Member (4); Honors Day (1). 

DOUBEK, ROBERT WILLIAM RIVERSIDE; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE, House President (3); German Club (2, 3, 4); S.C.O.P.E. (3); 
Honors Day (1, 3). 

DOUGHERTY, JAMES FRANCIS ROCKFORD; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PSI UPSILON; 

Delta Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (2); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant. 




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DOUGLAS, DIANA DECATUR; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; ARBOR SUITES; Orchesis (3); 

A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); Student National Education Association (2, 3, 4); Bradley Uni- 
versity. 

DOWNIE, JOHN DAVID CHAMPAIGN; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; V.M.C.A. (4); 

Miami University; Illinois Wesleyan University. 

DREYFUS DONALD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PRAETORIANS; Illini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2); Accountancy Club (4); Society for the Advancement ot 
Management (4). 



nRTFR TANET COOK WASHINGTON ; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS; Alpha Lambda 

DRIER, JANE f COOK ^ sigma A j pha Iota; Concert Band (2. 3); First Regimental 

Band (1); University Chorus (1); Oratorio Society (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DROBA KATHRYN GLENCOE; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; Mu Phi 

IOpsilon; Women's Glee Club (3, 4); Lindenwood College. 

DRUCKER GAY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Sociology Club (4); Young Demo- 

, ^ g ci ^ (i) _ French Club ,4). Hillel Foundation (3, 4); University of Illinois Dental 

School. 



TiRTTRY GERALD IRWIN . . . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; ZETA BETA TAU; 

DRURY, GERALD «W1« • rf mn[ Union g ommittee (2) ;IUini Union Committee Chair- 

man (2); Illini Union Committee Member (1); Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Freshman 
Choir, President (1). 

DU CAINE VICKI LYNNE LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA; A.B. in L.A.S. Psychology; 

DU UAiiNJi, *Jg»^ I( j MA SIGMA . East Los Angeles College; Navy Pier Extension of the University 

of Illinois. 

DUDZIK KENNETH LEONARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; Chi Gamma 

U ' Iota; Newman Club (2); A.I.I.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the 

University of Illinois. 



DUFFIELD PATRICIA SUE PRINCETON; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA 

' DELTA; Women's Glee Club (3, 4); Illini Guide (2); Honors Day (1). 

DULEKOZ ERHAN BURSA, TURKEY; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; Ohio State University; 

Queens College; Istanbul Technical University. 

DUNCAN BECKI JEAN DEKALB; B.S. in Accountancy; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DUE lain, Bfi^j^ Accountancy Club (3i 4) . Folk Song Club (2 ); j am es Scholar (1,2). 



DUNHAM BRADLEY WARREN MOLINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ARMORY 

HOUSE; Black Hawk College. 

DUNNE EDWARD JOSEPH CHICAGO; A.B. in LA.S., Political Science; SIGMA PHI 

' EPS1LON; Campus Chest (3); Interfraternity Executive Council (4); II .greek (3) ; 

Greek Week Committee (4); St. Pat's Ball Committee (4) ; German Club (3. 4); Pre-Law 
Club (4) ; Newman Club (3, 4) ; Bogan Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the Um- 
versity of Illinois. 

DUNPHY MICHAELBARXOW SULLIVAN; B.S. in Agriculture; HOUSE OF COMMONS; 

' Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4). 



DUPATZ MAUREEN MAY COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

UUr ' OMICRON PI- Illini Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre Cast (3); 
University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3); Spanish Club (3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

nvnRAK MARILYN CATHERINE CHARLESTON; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA 

DVORAK, ™^TAVI?T7Tch;S&-Ai-, Sigma Alpha Iota; Star Course Manager (1, 2); University 
Orchestra (i); Oratorio Society (3). 

DYER TAMES JOSEPH .... CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; MEDEA; Illini Union 
DYER, J AM ^^ m ?£ e Member (3 _ 4); t.e.E.E. (3, 4); Bogan Junior College; St. Joseph s College. 



nVFR WTI LIAM HOWARD .... WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOURI; Bachelor of Architecture 

' ALPHA CHI RHO; A.I.A. (2, 3, 4, 5); Central College. 
DYMOND, KAREN ANN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Education; ALLEN; Denison University. 

FARHART LOIS EILEEN . . . BENSENVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Russian; ILLINOIS STREET 
EARHART, LUlb f 1 ^ A , Lambda De lta; Russian Club (2, 3 4; Dobro Slovo; Freshman 
Board (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Umversity of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key. 



FASTTAND SALLY ELIZABETH MOLINE; B.S. in Elementary Education; GAMMA 

EASTLAND, ^^J,^^. IUim Union Committee Member (1, 2); Pompons (1); Ulmi Guide 
(3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

T7Axr.w rHFRYT TYNN ELWOOD; B.S. in Home Economics Education; 4-11 HOUSE ; 

EATON, CHERY L L™*^,—. ^ j B (3 ',. ,,„„„, Eoonomics Club (3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

tofhhfart FRANK CHARLES ELM WOOD PARK; B.S. in Management: PENNSYL- 

EBERHEART V ANLf AVENUE: ! RESIDENCE; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Air Force 

ROTC, Second Lieutenant; A.I.A. (2). 



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ECKARDT, JAMES RUDOLF PROSPECT HEIGHTS; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Physics Society (2, 3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (2, 3). 

ECKERT, SUSAN ANNE LOMBARD; B.S. in Communications; PHI MU; Gamma Alpha 

Chi; Illini Union Committee Member (4); Major Committee of Student Senate i_i; 
Marketing Association (3). 

ECKERTY DALE EDWARD BROADLANDS; B.S. in Industrial Administration; THKT A 

CHI; Ma-Wan-Da; Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Oi.uw Beta Pi; I. mversity Iheatre Cast (1); 
Y M C.A. ill' (an 1 1 his Chest (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Tribe of Illini (4); 
Baseball, freshman S.,uad ill; Basketball Manager H, 2, 3, 4); Senior Basketball 
Manager (4); Illini Guide (3); (beck Week Committee (3); Army ROD . first Lieu- 
tenant- Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Illini Union Committee 
Member (3, 4). 

EDELHEIT, SUSAN WERSHKOFF SKOKIE; B.F.A. in Art Education; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); James 
Scholar (1,2, 3); Honors Day (1. 21. 

EDGREN, DAVID JONATHAN HINSDALE; A.B. in L.A.S.. Teaching of Speech; SIMP- 
SON ; Army ROTC, Cadet Major; Scabbard and Blade (4) ; University of the Philippines; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

EHRLICH KENNETH DAVID CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; PEABODY 

' DRIVE RESIDENCE; M.I.S. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

EHRLICHER, CAROLYN SUE PEKIN; B.S. in Communications; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

Gamma Alpha Chi; Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); Young Republicans Club 
(4); Stephens College. 

EICK, BONITA MARIE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (1, 3, 4); Student Musicals (2); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1); Folk Song Club (2, 3, 4); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EITENMILLER RONALD RAY PEKIN; B.S. in Dairy Technology; CLUB ESQUIRE; 

Agricultural Judging Team (3, 4); Dairy Technology Society (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EITZEN, LANDO, JR JACKSONVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; FORBES. 

ELDEN, GARY MICHAEL CHICAGO; A.B in LAS., Political Science; PI LAMBDA 

PHI- Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Alpha Mu 
Illini Union Committee Member (4); Freshman Seminar (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

ELIASON, JOHN FREDERICK ELMHURST; B.S. in L.A.S Psychology; SIGMA ALPHA 

EPSILON; Ma-Wan-Da; Tribe of Illini (4); Gymnastics, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter 
(2, 3); AirForce ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Honors Day (1). 



ELKIN, LARRY RUE ..... PAXTON; Bachelor of Landscape Architecture; Forsite Club (4, 5). 

ELLIOTT, CHERRIE ANN CHENOA; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; PRESBY; Phi Beta 

Lambda; Student National Education Association (4); Young Republicans Club (3), 
Honors Day (1). 

ELLIOTT, NELLE DOWNS PHOENIX, ARIZONA; B.F.A. in Painting. 

ELLIS ALEXIS EULA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ALPHA KAPPA 

ALPHA; N.A.A.C.P. (1). 

ELLIS PAUL DAVID . DECATUR; B.S. in Civil Engineering; DELTA SIGMA PHI, House 

President'^) ; Star and Scroll; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Illini Union Committee Chair- 
man (4); Universitv Theatre Cast (3); Interfraternity Executive Council (4); A.h.C.k. 
(2, 3); Engineering Honors Program (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

ELSE RICHARD LAMBERT PALOS HEIGHTS; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. 

fcLbii, KlCHAKU^AmB^^ ^ ^ g) _ Honors Day (i> 2); Navy p . er Extension o{ the Umverslt y 

of Illinois. 

FLY TANET VANDERMARK WILMINGTON; B.S. in Home Economics; Phi Upsilon 

' Omicron; Theta Sigma Phi; Home Economics Club (3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

EMERSON KAY GENOA; B.S. in Home Economics; BUSEY; United Christian Fellow- 
ship (1); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EMERT WIN H CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 

DENCE; Army ROTC, Cadet Captain; U. of I. Scuba Club (1). 



EMERY MARILYN MADENE LAURA; B.S. in Music Education; TAFT; Mu Phi Epsilon; 

' YWC.A. (2, 3, 4); Women's Glee Club (3, 4); Wesley Foundation Student Council 
(2, 3, 4). 

EMERY, ROBERT JAY WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; Air Force ROTC, 

Lieutenant Colonel; A.S.A.E. (2, 3, 4). 

EMERY SHARON RUTH KEY EDWARDSVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; 

EMERY, iirlAKOW ^Ultt JBgx^ .^ ^.^ CommiUee Member (2) . Angel Flight (2, 3); Illinois 

State University. 



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ENGEL, CARL DAVID CANTRALL; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

American Institute of Aeronautics anil Astronautics (3, 4). 

ENGELBRECHT, WILLIAM DAVID HENRY; B.S. in Communications; FARMHOUSE; 

Star and Scroll; Alpha Delta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Illini Union Committee Member 
(2. 3); S.N.I.b'. (2. 3); Agricultural Council (4); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Agri- 
cultural Education Club (2); Young Democrats Club (.2, 3). 

EPSTEIN RONALD STUART CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PRAETOR- 
IANS; Y.M.C.A. (4); German Club (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
ijlinois; Debate Team (1); University Chorus (1); Northwestern University. 



ERICKSON, KERRY DEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (4); 

Wilson Junior College; Illinois Institute of Technology. 

ERMOLI CARLOS CARACAS, VENEZUELA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Illini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); W.P.G.U. (1, 2); A.I.S. (3); 
I.E.E.E. (3, 4). 

ERNST, ROBERTA DOROTHEA CARLINVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; BETA 

HOUSE, President (3); Alpha Lambda Delia; Iota Sigma Pi; James Scholar (1, 2, 3); 
Honors Day (1). 



ERNST, THOMAS WILBUR CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; THETA XI; 

Campus Chest (2); A.S.M.E. (1); Marketing Association (4). 

ESHELMAN, SUSAN JANE CANTON; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA OMICRON PI; The 

ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee Member (2); University Theatre Crew (1); Marketing 
Association (4). 

ETUK, NDARAKE CHARLES EDEOBOM, NIGERIA; B.S. in Dairy Technology; Cali- 
fornia State Polytechnic College. 



EVANS DAVID POE .... ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PEABODY 
DRIVE RESIDENCE: Fencing, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3), Freshman 
Squad (1); Military Ball Committee (4), Chairman (4); NROTC, Midshipman Lieu- 
tenant; Navy Council (4); Trident (4). 

EVANS, ROBERT WILLIAM, JR CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA; Skull and Crescent; Omega Beta Pi; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); 
Y'oung Republicans Club (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EVERT TRACEY ANN ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA 

DELTA- The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); University Theatre 
Crew (2); University Choir (1); Dolphins (2, 3); Angel Flight (3, 4); Y'oung Democrats 
Club (3). 



EWERT ROBERT ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; LAMBDA CHI 

ALPHA; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3, 4); University Theatre Cast (3, 4); 
Campus Chest (3); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (2); Student Musicals (3, 4); Air Force 
ROTC, Captain; Wright Junior College. 

EWING, NANCY BELLE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; GAMMA PHI 

BETA; Y'oung Republicans Club (4); University of Puget Sound. 

FAGERLIN, GLENN WILLARD ELMHURST; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics. 

FAHRNER, EDWARD ALLAN DOLTON; B.S. in Industrial Administration; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Alpha Kappa Psi; Campus Chest (3, 4) ; Dolphins (3) ; Marketing 
Association (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4); Commerce 
Honors Program (1, 2). 

FAIRFIELD, KENT DAVID GLEN ELLYN; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ORCHARD 

DOWNS; Y'.M.C.A. (3, 4); United Christian Fellowship (3, 4); Stanford University. 

FANTA, WILLIAM BRIAN RIVERSIDE; B.S. in Communications; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Sigma Delta Chi; W.P.G.U. (1, 2, 3, 4); Television Work- 
shop (2, 3, 4). 

FARKASH, HOWARD ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; PHI SIGMA DELTA; 

Mask and Bauble; Illini Union Committee Member (4); University Theatre Manager 
(3, 4); University Theatre Cast (4); University Theatre Crew (2); Marching Illini 
(2, 3); First Regimental Band (2, 3); Second Regimental Band (4); Society for the 
Advancement of Management (3, 4); Washington University. 

FARNSWORTH, GEORGE ALLEN NORMAL; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHI GAMMA 

DELTA; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member (3); 
Star Course Manager (1); A.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4). 

FARRERO, ANTHONY LOUIS COAL CITY; B.S. in Industrial Administration; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Campus Chest (4); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4); 
Young Democrats Club (4) ; Lewis College. 

FAST, BYRON LYNN DECATUR; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Association (4). 

FATURA, PEGGY JEAN CHICAGO HEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALPHA PHI. 

FEICKERT, ELISSA ANN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA 

GAMMA; The ILLIO (2); Illini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Panhellemc 
(2); Pompons (2, 3); Y'oung Democrats Club (3); Belleville Junior College. 




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FEINBERG, ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PI LAMBDA PHI; Mini Guide (4); 

Accountancy Club (3, -4 ) ; S.C.O.P.E. (4). 

FEINBERG, TUDITH LEE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA 

EPSILON PHI; Mini Guide I I); Humanist Society (1); N.A.A.C.P. (1); Young Demo- 
crats Club (1, 2); Drake University. 

FELDMAN, JACK MICHAEL SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PEABODV DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key. 

FELMAN, ELLEN NORMA HIGHLAND PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Anthropology; ALLEN; 

Illini Guide (4); Folk Song Club (1); Young Democrats Club (2). 

FELTS, NANCY SUE AURORA; B.S. in Physical Education; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

Shi-Ai; Pompons (1); First Regimental Band (1, 2); Student Musicals (3); Physical 
Education Majors Club (3, 4). 

FENTON, WILLIAM FLOYD CHESTERFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; DELTA TAU 

DELTA; M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (2); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Agricultural 
Economics Club (4); Field and Furrow (4). 

FERREIRA, DANIEL ALVES MOLINE; B.S. in Education; Soccer, Varsity Squad (3, 4), 

Letter (3, 1); Spanish Club (3, 4); Western Illinois University. 

FERRELL, LEO DALE WINDSOR; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; The 

ILLIO (2); Plowbov Prom Committee (3); Agricultural Economics Club (1); Agri- 
cultural Judging Team (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

FIAKPUI, EVANS ZACCHAEUS ALAUANYO, GHANA; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; HOP- 
KINS; A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); James Scholar (2, 3); Honors Day (2, 3). 



FIESE, JOHN STANLEY DAVENPORT, IOWA; B.S. in Management; Western Illinois 

University. 

FILEK, ALLAN AUGUST ..... OAK PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; ORCHARD DOWNS; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; Sigma Iota Epsilon; The Daily Illini (3); Accountancy Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Marketing Association (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1); Commerce Honors Pro- 
gram (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

FILIP, CHRISTINE ANN BATAVIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Latin-American Studies; McKINLEY; 

Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); University Orchestra (1, 4). 

FILIP, WILLIAM JOHN NORTH RIVERSIDE; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; PHI KAPPA 

TAU. 

FINAN, THOMAS JOSEPH, JR AUDUBON, NEW JERSEY; A.B. in L.A.S., History; 

SIGMA NU; Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (4); Illini Union Coznmittee 
Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); Villanova University. 

FINGERMAN, IAN MERRILL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PI LAMBDA 

PHI. 

FINGOLD, JOAN BETTE HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

Student National Education Association (4); Ohio Wesleyan University. 

FINK, JOHN RICHARD CRETE; B.S. in Forestry; Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Agricultural 

Council (4); Illini Foresters (2, 3, 4, 5); Student Peace Union (1); Soccer Club (3); 
Agriculture Honors Program (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3, 4); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

FINLEY, LARRY STEVEN SILVIS; B.S. in Communications; NEWMAN; The Daily 

Mini (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A (4); W.P.G.U (1); Film Society (2, 3, 4); Young Demo- 
crats Club (3, 4). 



FISCHER, MARILYNN RUTH BALTIMORE, MARYLAND; B.S. in Restaurant Manage- 
ment; BARTON; Restaurant Management Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Agriculture 
Honors Program (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

FISCHER, RONALD STEVEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA ALPHA MU; 

Accountancy Club (3, 4). 

FISH, RAYMOND MORRIS IOLIET; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Engineering Honors 

Program (3); James Scholar (4); Miami University. 

FISHER, BARBARA JEAN G CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Home Economics; A.C.E. (4); 

Home Economics Club (2, 4) ; University of Virginia. 

FISHER, CHARLES EDWARD MT. CARMEL; B.S. in Accountancy; BETA SIGMA 

PSI; Wabash Valley Junior College. 

FISHER, MARY LOUISE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

DELTA PI; Torch; The Daily Illini (1, 2); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 3); 
Greek Week Committee (3). 




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FISHER PENNY MERLE WILMETTE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

IOTA ALPHA PI, House President (4); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2, -5); 
University Theatre Crew (1); Junior Panhellenie (1). 

FISHER, PHILLIP HARRIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PRAETORIANS; 

Pi Tau Sigma; M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (3); Engineering Council (4); A.b.M.K. W.«i 
Southeast Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Baseball (I) . 

FITCH, JANET RAE SPRINGFIELD; A.B in L A.S., English; EVANS; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Pi Delta Phi; Hellenic Students Club (3, 4); I.A.S. (3 ; Italian Club (2, 3, 4), 
President (4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



FITZGERALD, PATRICK MICHAEL . . . CARY; B.S. in Physical Education; CHI PHI; W.P. 
G.U. (2, 3); Baseball, Varsity Squad (2, 3), Freshman Squad (1). 

FLORA KENT ALLEN .... FAIRMOUNT; B.S. in Agriculture; CHI PHI; Agricultural Judging 
Team (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1). 

FLYNN BARBARA JEANNE MOLINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Anthropology; NOBLE; Phi Kappa 

Phi- Illini Guide (3); Newman Club (3, 4); Honors Day (3); Mount St. Scholastica 
College. 



FLYNN, DENNIS PATRICK DANVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI GAMMA DELTA, 

House President (4); Illini Union Committee Member (2); Star Course Manager (1); 
Campus Chest (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (3, 4) ; Interfratermty Council 
Program Board (3); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program (1, 4); 
Honors Day (3). 

Biology; EVANS; Ter- 
(4). 



FOGELQUIST, SHARON OLIVIA DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; EVV 

rapin (1, 2, 3, 4); Illini Guide (2, 3); Student National Education Association 

FOGLER KAREN ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3, 4), Associate Editor (4); Star Course 
Manager (1, 2); Illini Guide (3); Honors Day (1). 



FORD WILLIAM ROBERT LISLE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Aurora College. 

FORDHAM, STEWART DALE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S Biology; PEABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Omega Beta Pi; Illini Union Committee 
Member (3, 4); Student Senate (2); Major Committee of Student Senate (2); Hillel 
Foundation (3, 4); Anthropology Club (1); Biology Honors Program (1, 2); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

FORREST GAIL ANN ROSELLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Music; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 

' DENCE. 



FORSELL JILL SUSAN ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ALPHA 

GAMMA DELTA; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Honors Day (3); Illinois 
State University. 

FORSTER FRED KURT NILES; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

' ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE, House President (3); Sigma Tau; Sigma Gamma 
Tau; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (4); Northern Illinois Uni- 
versity. 

FOSTER, LARRY LEE BEARDSTOWN; B.S. in Forestry; Illini Foresters (2, 3, 4). 



FOWLER, JAMES ALEXANDER CHICAGO; A.B. in LAS Sociology; PI KAPPA PHI 

House President (4); The ILLIO (3); University Theatre Crew (2 W.P.G.U (4), 
Major Committee of Student Senate (3); Military Ball Committee (4); Army KUIO, 
Captain; Association of U.S. Army (3, 4); Sociology Club (4). 

FOWLER ROBERT JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Folk Song Club 

(3)- I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Mathematics 
Club flj. ' 

FOX ALICE LEE . . . PAXTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Rhetoric and Composition; Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (2); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). 



FOX, EDWARD GERALD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PRAETORIANS; Illini 

Union Committee Member (4). 

FRANDSEN, RICHARD ALAN SPRINGFIELD; A.B in L.A.S., Political Science; PSI 

UPSILON; Skull and Crescent; The ILLIO (2); Junior Interfratermty Council (2); 
Army ROTC, Lieutenant. 

FRANDZEL, MICHAEL BENJAMIN SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S History; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



FRANK, MELVIN BOYD BROADALBIN, NEW YORK; B.F.A. in Architecture; Gargoyle; 

A.I. A. (3); Hudson Valley Community College. 

FRANKS, JERRY POWELL RANTOUL; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA KAPPA LAMB- 
DA, House President (3); Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (2, 6). 

FRANKS, KAREN WORLEY RANTOUL; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; Southern 

Illinois University. 



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FRANKS, MARGARET ANN MORRIS; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA DELTA PI. 

House President (4); Sigma Alpha Iota; Illini Union Committee Member (2,3); W omen s 
Glee Club (2, 3, 4), President (4). 

FRANZEN, EDWIN ERNEST CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (4); Illinois 

Institute of TeehnologJ ; Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; A.I.A. (1, 2, 3); Pershing Rifles (1, 2). 

FRANZEN, WAYNE LAMAR ALTAMONT; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; GARNER; W.P. 

G.U. (2); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

FRAZEE, THOMAS EDWARD DIVENNON; B.S. in Agriculture; BRANDOLIER, House 

President (4); Illini Guide (4); Agricultural Economics Club (4); Young Republicans 
Club (2, 3). 

FRAZIER, ROY EARL CENTRALIA; B.S. in Economics; Alpha Kappa Psi; Y.M.C.A. 

(3, 4); University Chorus (4); Folk Song Club (3); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); 
University of Michigan. 

FREDLAND, EDMUND CARL OAK LAWN; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; CLUB 

ESQUIRE; Sigma Tau; A.F.S. (3, 4); A.I.E.E. (4); University of Michigan. 



FREE RICHARD ALLEN MOLINE; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Illinois Tech- 

nograph (3, 4); Engineering Council (2); A.F.S. (2, 3, 4), President (3); Black Hawk 
Junior College. 

FREED CHARLES OGDEN TOWANDA; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Tomahawk. 

President (3); Agricultural Council (3); Illini Guide (2); Field and Furrow (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Young Democrats Club (3). 

FREEHILL, ANNE CECELIA MELVIN; B.S. in Home Economics; ALLEN; Chevron 

(3, 4) ; Marycrest Community College. 

FREEHILL, RICHARD JOSEPH MELVIN; B.S. in Physical Education; Baseball, Varsity 

Squad (2,3,4), Freshman Squad (1); Basketball, Freshman Squad ( 1 ); Air Force RO 1 C , 
Second Lieutenant; Physical Education Majors Club (4). 

FREEMAN KAY ELLEN .... BETHANY; B.S. in Education of Mentally Handicapped Chil- 
' dren- ZETA TAU ALPHA; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); University Theatre 
Crew (3 4); Student National Education Association (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans 
Club (2, 3, 4). 

FREEMAN, NANCY IRENE ZION; A. B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; LEEMAN LODGE; 

Illini Guide (3); English Club (4). 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM PHILLIPS EVANSTON; B.S. in Accountancy; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois. 

FREER KENNETH WAYNE WILDWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; THETA DELTA 

CHI; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Marching Illini (1, 2, 3); First Regimental 
Band (4); Second Regimental Band (1, 2, 3); A.I.I.E., A.I.S. (1); Honors Day (1). 

FREIN, JEROME MICHAEL MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

Lyons Township Junior College. 



FRICK MARY JOSEPHINE ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Wheaton College. 

FRIEDEMANN, INGRID KRISTEN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; BETA HOUSE; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Alpha Lambda Delta; Honors Day (1). 

FRIEDLANDER, MICHAEL E CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club (2, r 3, 

4); Commerce Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois. 



FRIES, BEA ANN FREEBURG; B.S. in L.A.S., Geography; THE MANSION; Belleville 

Junior College. 

FRINK, CAROL MARIE EAST MOLINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; Folk Song 

Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Black Hawk College. 

FRISON ROGER LESLIE POLO; A.B. in L.A.S., Finance; GREGORY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Finance Club (3, 4); Illini Insurance Society 
(3, 4). 



FRITZEN, LINDA CAROL FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Angel Flight (1). 

FROEHLICH, DONALD ROBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; DELTA 

CHI; Men's Glee Club (2, 3). 

FROST, WILLIAM BRADFORD OLYMPIA FIELDS; B.F.A. in Sculpture; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Fencing, Varsity Squad (2) ; Air Force ROTC, First 
Lieutenant. 



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FRY RAYMOND PATRICK . . NORTH CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; SIGMA CHI; 
' Alpha Delta stgmk; Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Young Republicans Club (4); 

Western Illinois University. 

FRYMAN BRUCE LEON . . . ELLERY; B.S. in Agriculture; FARMHOUSE; Phi Eta Sigma; 
FR ' Alpha Tlu Alpha; Military Ball Committee (3), Chairman (3); Arnold A.r Society 
(2, 3); Field and Furrow (3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

FTTTTTANI LLOYD MASAYOSHI HONOLULU, HAWAII; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

FUJITANI, LLOYr^MAbAYUsni RESlnENCK . LE-E . E . (3 , 4) . i.s.P.E. (4) ; University of Hawan. 



FITKAYAMA TOAN RUTH CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES, 

U Hout, President (4) ; Student National Education Association .(3) ; Young Republicans 

Club (2. 3. 4) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

FULCHER, MARY ELLEN DANVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics Education; PHILEA; 

Cooperative Extension Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4). 

FULLER KATHLEEN ANN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; ALLEN; Mini 

Judo Club (3); Belleville Junior College. 



FUOUA KAREN SUE MATTOON; A.B. in L.A.S., English; VAN LIG; N.A.A.CP. (3, 4); 

y ' s\C.o.PE. (3. *); S.N.C.C. (3, 4); Student Peace Union (3, 4); \oung Democrats 

Club (3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club (2, 3, 4). 

GAECKE, GORDON CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; Army 

KOTC, First Lieutenant; Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4). 

pafrtnfr MARLENE ROSE . . CHICAGO; B.S. in Dairy Technology; Mini Guide (31 ; 

GAERTNE ^Dau^echnology Society (2, 3. 4); James Scholar (1); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois. 

GALLIGHER, JOHN LAWRENCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

Engineering; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, 4). 

PAT TO MARTI YN LEE MARKHAM; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ZETA 

GALLO, MA ^L Y . N L ^ lA - fl|VlLLIO ( , 4) .' Illim Umon Committee Member (3 4); W.PG.U 

(2) Junior Panhellenic (2); Folk Song Club (3); Young Democrats Club (3); James 

Scholar (2. 3, 4); Honors Day (3); Lake Forest College. 

GARDNER BERTRAM WALLACE, III LA GRANGE PARK; B S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; 

UAKU1 ' B a in L.A.S., Zoology! Alpha Phi Omega; Lyons Township Junior College. 

GARDNER, CLAUDIA ESTELLE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; McKINLEY; 

DePaul University. 

GARDNER DAVID BRODIE SOLON MILLS; B.S. in Agriculture; Gamma Sigma Delta; 

GARDNbK, JJAV1U bkuui^ (3 ^_ Army ^^ and Bug]e Corps (1) . Agricultural Economics 

Club (2); Honors Day (2). 

i-APnivrFR GARY ALAN DANVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; LAMBDA 

GARDNER, GARY ^ALAM .•£ Vj^jj Sache ^. Mask and Bauble, President (3); National Col- 
legiate Players, President (4); Mini Union Committee Chairman (2); Mini Union Com- 
mittee Member (1, 2); University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); University Theatre Cast 
2 3 4); University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Star Course Manager (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. 
4) •Junior Interfraternity Council ( 1) ; WILL (4) ; Student Musicals (1, 3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Board (4) ; James Scholar (1, 2. 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

TARFTFID GERALD CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; PRAETORIANS; Alpha Delta 

GARFIELD, GERALD^. ^.^ g^^ Me]nber (4) . Illmi Readers (2 , 3 , 4) , President (3, 4); 

University of Missouri. 

GARLAND CAROL TEAN .... NAPLES, FLORIDA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS 
IjAKLAJMU, u s *^ e ^ resiuence . Pi Mu Epsilon; Mini Guide (4); Stetson University. 

GARLANGER TOHN ERNEST SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Civil Engineering; TAMAROA 

GARLANGER JOtllN t. g ^ ^ ^ n W ; Semper 

FidelS Society (3, 4), President (4); Honors Day (3, 4); University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key; Springfield Junior College. 

GARMONY SHERYELYNN CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE- Intramural Council (3, 4), Chairman (4); Intramural Manager (3 4); 

N A A C P (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3, 4) ; Loyola University; Navy 

Pi'w Extension of the University of Illinois; N.A.A.CP. (2) ; Physical Education Majors 

Club (2); W.A.A. (2). 

P.nncT ROGFR WAYNE .CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Recreation; Wa-Na-See; Star and 

GARRET, ROGER WAYNE .^.^ ^ ^ ^.^ Q Union Committee 

Chairman 2 3); Mini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); University Theatre Cast 
(3 University theatre Crew (3); Campus Chest (1); Junior Interfraternity Council 
(1) President' (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (1); Student Senate (1); Major 
Committee of Student Senate ( 1 ) ; Freshman Seminar (1) ; Tribe of Mini (2, 3 4) ; Fencing; 
Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2. 3); Freshman Squad (1); Tennis, Varsity Squad 4), 
Senior tennis Manager (4); Junior Tennis Manager (3); Dolphins (1, 2, 3); Inter- 
fraternity Ball Committee (1); Arnold Air Society (1); Trident (2). 

GARTENKRAUT, ESTHER LIBBY CHICAGO; B S. in LAS Teaching of English; 

DELTA HOUSE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GARWOOD DOUGLAS LEON STONINGTON; B.S. in Agriculture; KAPPA DELTA 

GARWOOD, UUUOJ.A^^ g( x ph . ^ gigma _ A]])ha Zeta; ph . Alpha ^^1^ Theatre 

Crew '( 1 )■ Track Manager (1); S.N.I.B. (2, 3, 4), Director (3); Agricultural Council 4 ; 

Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Field and Furrow (2 3, 4); Young Republicans Club 

(3); Agriculture Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day 

( 1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 
rATFS TAMES HENRY . OSWEGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

km;! Ta..- Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma Tau; Engineering Council (4); American 

Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, 1); Glider Club (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 

:;, ]); Honors I lay (3); Northern Illinois University. 
GAURON BARBARA ANN LOMBARD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; James Scholar (3, 1); Oberlin College. 




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GAVAGAN, GERALDINE ANN OAK PARK; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

OMIC'RON PI; The ILLIO (2); Illini Union Committee Member (3); Greek Week. 
Committee (2); University of Arizona. 

GEACH KENNETH MELVIN INGLESIDE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau 

Sigma; I.S.P.E. (2, 3). 

GEHRING, MICHAEL MUREEN GALESBURG; B.S. in Agriculture; CALHOUN; M.I. A. 

Executive Council (3); Army ROTC, Major; Phalanx (3, 1); Phi Chi Eta (3); Agn- 
culturalJudging Team (3); Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4>; Honors Day (2, 3) ; Knox College. 



GEIGER KAY BETH MORTON; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-H HOUSE; W.I.S.A. Exec- 
utive Council (3. 4); S.N. LB. (1, 2, 3. 4); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2, 3); Sno-Ball 
( lommittee (2, 3). 

GEISTLER, THOMAS MARVIN MINOOKA; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Plowboj 

Prom Committee (3); Agricultural Economics Club (3, 4). 

GEORGE WILLIAM CLARENCE WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA 

TAU OMEGA; University Chorus (1); Marketing Association (2, 3, 4), President. I I). 

GEORGIOS, RANDALL WILLIAM FOREST PARK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

ALPHA CHI RHO; Pi Tau Sigma. 

GEORGOPULOS, VIOLET CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; BUSEY; The Daily Illini 

(4); University Theatre Crew (3); Y.M.C.A. (3); Student Musicals (2); Sno-Ball Com- 
mittee (3); Epsilon Phi Sigma (1. 2, 3, 4); French Club (4); Young Democrats Club (4). 

GERBER, ABRAHAM NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

TAU EPSILON PHI; Illini Union Committee Member (3). 

GERBER, DEANNA SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; INDECO, House President (4); 

Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); Major Committee of Student Senate (3, 4); 
Illini Guide (2); Folk Song Club (2); Illini Readers (4); French Club (2); Young Demo- 
crats Club (3). 

GERCHES, JOAN SANDRA ARGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; TAFT; Psi Chi; Illini 

Guide (2, 3). 

GERLACH, DUANE LEIGH WAGGOHER; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; ALPHA DELTA 

PHI; The ILLIO (2); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

GEUBTNER, EDWARD FRANCIS LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA; Bachelor of Urban 

Planning; Forsite Club (2, 3). 

GIACALONE, WAYNE ANTHONY CHICAGO HEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

SIGMA TAU GAMMA; W.P.G.U. (3, 4); Northwestern University. 

GIBBS, RAYMOND WILLIAM WATERLOO; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; GARMEN, 

House President (4); Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Keramos; Engineering Council (3); 
NROTC, Midshipman; Society of American Military Engineers (4); Trident (4); Ameri- 
can Ceramic Society (2, 3, 4) ; Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key. 



GIBIAN, BARBARA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; LAUREL. 

House President (2, 3) ; Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; The Daily Illini (1. 2, 3, 4); 
Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (3, 4); Illini Guide 
(2); Sno-Ball Committee (1); Spanish Club (2); Honors Day (1). 

GIESLER, GREGG CARL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PEABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; University Theatre Manager (2); University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3, 4); 
W.P.G.U. (1, 2, 3, 4); WILL (2, 3, 4); Gamma Delta (1, 2, 3, 4); Army ROTC, Platoon 
Sergeant; James Scholar (1); Wright Junior College. 

GIESSE, CAROL ANN CINCINNATI, OHIO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; Wheelchair Cheerleader (1, 2); Wheelchair Track and Field, Varsity Squad 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Delta Sigma Omicron (1, 2). 

GIFFIN, DAVID EDWARD EDELSTEIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; TRIANGLE; Illini 

Union Committee Member (3); St. Pat's Ball Committee (4); Young Republicans 
Club (3). 

GILCHRIST, LYNN DEAN EMDEN; B.S. in Education; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

GILES, JACQUELINE HYDE MARION; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

NOBLE; W.P.G.U. (2, 3, 4); Folk Song Club (3, 4); W.E.S.A. (1, 3, 4, 5). 

GILES, ROBERT ARTHUR, JR MARION; B.S. in General Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE, House President (4); Gamma Epsilon, President. (4); Tau 
Beta Pi; Folk Song Club (4); I.S.P.E. (4); Society of General Engineers (1. 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (3, 4). 

GILL, HERSHELL, JR ALTON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHI DELTA THETA; Cross 

Country, Varsity Squad (2); Track, Freshman Squad (1); A.S.C.E. (4). 

GILLESPIE, SARA ELIZABETH CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Recreation; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; Illini Union Committee Member (1); American Recreational Society (3, 4). 




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GINSLER KATHRYN JEAN PORT WASHINGTON, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Elementary 

' Education; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; Shorter Board; Major Chairman of fflinj .Union 

Committee (4); Illini Union Committee Chairman (1, 3); Angel Flight (2, 6), lolk 

Song Club (4). 
GIORIN, DOUGLAS VAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PHI EPSILON PI, House 

President (4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1). 
GIRARD, THOMAS EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. ^Communications; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Sigma Delta Chi; W.P.G.U. (3, 4); WILL (4), Ihornton 

Junior College. 



GITNER, GEOFFREY PAUL NILES; B.S. in L A.S., Zoology; PHI EPSILON ; PI .: Omega 

Beta Pi; Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Flying IUini (3): Glider Club (3), N-A.A.O.P. 
(1); S.C.O.P.E, (3); S.N.C.C. (4); Student Peace Union (4); U. of I. Scuba Club (I). 

GIUGLIANO, BARBARA JEANNE MELROSE PARK; A.B. in L.A.S. English; ALPHA 

CHI OMEGA; The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2). 

GIVEN, CHARLES MARTIN CARMI; A.B. in L.AS., Political Science; ALPHA SIGMA 

PHI. House President (4); Skull and Crescent; Illini Guide (4); Pre-Law Club (1, 2, 6), 
Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



GLADISH, DIANE ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALPHA XI DELTA; Illini 

Union Committee Member (4); Young Republicans (2). 

GLASS, ANYA CHICAGO; A.B. in LAS Teaching of English; ILLINOIS [STREET 

RKSIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (2); English Honors Program (3, 4); Honors Day \fi). 

GLASSMAN, MARSHA LYNNE MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA; B.F A in Painting; ILLI- 
NOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Illini Union Committee Member (4) , Orchesis (1), 
Fine and Applied Arts Council (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (2); Young Democrats 
Club (3, 4). 



GLAZEBROOK, ROBERT EARL, JR ALTON; B.S. in Accountancy; B.S. in Finance ; 

ACACIA; Army ROTC, First Lieutenant. 
GLENVILLE GAY ELLEN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA ZET A; 

The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3, 4); Campus Chest (1); Illrai 

Guide (3). 

TTTDDEN SARAH TANE . . DEKALB; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; DE LJA 

GLIDDEN, SARAH JAIN*. ^—^ University Theatre Manager (2, 3); Student National Edu- 

cation Association (3, 4). 



GLOVER, WILLIAM DONALD DEPUE; B.S. in L.A.S., Actuarial Science; CHI PHI; 

Finance Club (3, 4). 
GOLDBERG, BRADLEY LEWIS KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI; B.S. in Finance; ZETA 

BETA TAU. 
GOLDENBERG, DAVID LEON CHICAGO; A.B in L.A.S., Finance; PRAETORIANS; 

Illini Guide (2, 3); Young Democrats Club (1, 2). 

GOLDFRIED, ROBERT MICHAEL . . . PHILADELPHIA ^ JENNSYLVANIA^ B S in L.A.S. 

^T^StX £> We, Eie e u^t%ivV P Cou|S feident (4). 
SCOPE (3) Young Democrats Club (3); Psychology Honors Program (1, 2, 3 4) 
James Scholar fr, Hf 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key . 

GOLDMAN, MARSHA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. inUS Psychology; ARBOR SUITES; 

Illini Guide (3); Film Society (2, 3) ; Spanish Club (2, 3, 4). 

rmnMAN SHFI DON IAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PI LAMBDA 

GOLDMAN, SHELDONUN . ... g C , ^^Z^^^Z^^ 

Key. 

rmnSMITH CAROL HELEN SKOKIE; B.S. in the Education of Mentally Handicapped 

GOLDSMITH CAROL HELEJN gma ^ , SSSfchSt^WP G U 1) 

Union Committee Member (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (3); Campus Chest (1) VV .r.^JU . <£; , 
Junior Panhellenic (1); Counci for Exceptional Children i (4); Student National M« 
cation Association (4); Education Honors Program (2); Honors Daj (.1). 

TOLDSTEIN NATHAN III GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI; B.S in L.A.S. Microbiology; 

GOLDSTEI PRAETORIANS, House President (4); Omega Beta Pi; Arnold Air Society (1); Micro- 
biology Honors Program (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

GOLDSTEIN WrL^MMAR^^^^HAMPAIG^ 

GOLEAS, GLORIA ANN. ^f^K ^ h^M^^^*^ 

BSiX( a 2)fl.C a O C P^E T (3) iS !v,nocra!s CluMl ?2); Young Republicans Club (3, 4. . 

GOODALE, JAMES^OVER . . Th . ^^^t^^^-'^^^^y^- 

versity Chorus (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3). 

GOODALE, MICHAEL RAYMOND ..... GALESBURG; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I. A. (3 
^ , Fiim gooiety (2) . Knox College; Bradley University. 



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GOODALL, CHARLES WILLIAM SIDELL; B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; 

Alpha Zfta; Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); Agricultural Economics Club (3, 4) ; 
Weslej Foundation Executive Council (3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

GORE, KATHERINE SUSAN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ALPHA 

PHI; Home Economics Education Advisory Board (3, 4); Chevron (1). 

GOTHARD, JAMES EDWARD URBANA; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Mu Alpba- 

Sinfonia; University Choir (1, 2, '■'., li. President (3); Men's Glee Club (3); Madrigal 
Chorus (2, 3). 

GOTTSCHALK, PAULA LEE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Communications; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Illini Union Committee Member (3); Junior 
PanheUenic (1); Panhellenic Executive Council '2, 3, 41; Greek Week Committee (I); 
American Recreational Society (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 3). 

GOTTSCHE, JUDITH ANN ROCK ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PALAMAR; Illini 

Guide (3); Clarke College. 

GOULD, STEPHEN JAY KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ZETA 

BETA TAU; Ma-Wan-Da; Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (2, 3); Illini 
Union Committee Chairman (2, 3, 4); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); W. P.C.I . 
(1); Student Musicals (2, 3, 4); Air Force ROTC, First Lieutenant. 

GOVE, RICHARD DUTTON DE KALB; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ACACIA; Skull 

and Crescent; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member 
it, 2); Y.M.C.A. (2); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; A.S.M.E. (4). 

GOZDECKI, JOSEPHINE BERNICE NILES; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; TAFT; Phi 

Beta Lambda. 

GRAN, GALE I CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; 

Psi Chi; Sigma Delta Pi; The Daily Illini (4); Illini Union Committee Member (3); 
Anthropology Club (2); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); University of Colorado. 



GRANDYS, ROBERT FRANCIS CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; PEABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Honors Day (1). 

GRANGE, ARTHUR CHARLES SOUTH ROXANA; B.S. in Forestry; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE, House President (4); Army ROTC, Captain; Illini Foresters (1, 2, 3, 4;. 

GRANGER, CHARLOTTE ANN GLENCOE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PHI MU; 

Shi-Ai; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Italian Club (1, 2, 3). 

GRAUZAS, WAYNE AUGUST WHEATON; B.S. in Accountancy; Delta Sigma Pi; W.P. 

G.U. (4). 

GRAVILLE, MICHAEL CHARLES MADISON; B.S. in Physical Education; Basketball, 

Varsity Squad (2), Freshman Squad (1); Young Republicans Club (2, 3). 

GRAY, GORDON EARL, JR LAGRANGE; B.S. in Finance; PHI GAMMA DELTA; 

Interfraternity Executive Council (3); Interfraternity Program Board (3); NROTC, 
Lieutenant J.G.; Trident (4). 

GRAY, JUDY LYNN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA KAPPA; 

Illini Union Committee Member (3) ; University Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; Student National 
Education Association (4). 

GREBENAR, TENNYSON WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; SIGMA NU; Junior 

Interfraternity Council (1); Student Musicals (3); Illini Guide (2); Finance Club (4); 
Folk Song Club (4); Young Republicans Club (3). 

GRECO, MICHEL JACK CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; Loyola University; Wright 

Junior College. 

GREEN, FORREST ALAN ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4). 

GREEN, RICHARD PAUL GREAT NECK, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S., Preveterinary 

Medicine; SIGMA ALPHA MU; Pre-Vet Club (1). 

GREENBERG, JEFFREY ALLAN LINCOLNWOOD; A.B. in L.A.S., History; TAU EP- 

SILON PHI; The Daily Illini (1, 2); Intramural Council (3); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Hillel Executive Council (3); Greek Week Committee (3); Pre-Law Club 
(3, 4). 

GREENBERG, KAREN ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; 

A.C.E. (4); Student National Education Association (4); Young Democrats Club (4). 

GREENBERG, MARLENE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; IOTA ALPHA PI; 

Illini LInion Committee Member (1); University Theatre Crew (1); Sociology Club 
(2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1). 

GREENBURG, NAOMI CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; VAN DOREN; Illini Union 

Committee Member (2); Illini Guide (3); S.C.O.P.E. (3, 4); Student National Education 
Association (3); Young Democrats Club (3, 4). 



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GREENWALD, HARRIS LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., PsycholoKy; ALPHA 10PSILON 

PI; Omieron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; Phi Alpha Mu; Star Couise 
Manager (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Senate (1); Major Committee of Student Senate (1), 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

GREGGAIN, NANCY MARY WILMINGTON; B.S. in Recreation; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; University Theatre Cast (1); University Theatre Crew (1); 
American Recreational Society (1, 2, 3, 4). 

GRIERSON, BARBARA JEANNE DANVILLE; B.S in Home Economics; ZETA TAU 

\I Pin- The ILLIO (1 2); Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); Illim Union Com- 
mittee Member (1,3); University Theatre Crew (1, 2) ; Junior Panhellemc (1); Pompons 
(1,2); Young Democrats Club (1); St. Pat's Ball Committee (3). 

GRIGOLATS INARA SILVIA . CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; German Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the Umversity 
of Illinois; German Club (1, 2); Ukranian Club (2). 

GRIMM, THOMAS KEITH IOLIET; B.S. in Industrial Education; Alpha Eta Rho; Joliet 

Junior College. 

GROAT, GARY LENARD CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; Honors Day (3); Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GROSSHANS, DANIEL NOEL PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois. 

GRUBB, JOHN ANTHONY CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Communications; SIGMA ALPHA 

EPSILON; Alpha Delta Sigma; Dolphins (1); Young Republicans Club (3). 

GRUBMAN, DONALD BARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PI LAMBDA PHI. 

GUILL, BARBARA ALLYN NAPERVILLE; A.B. in LAS., Teaching of EngUsh; ALPHA 

PHI House President (4) ; University Theatre Crew (1, 2) ; Angel Flight (3, 4); English 
Club (4). 

GULBIS PAUL ROBERT WINTHROP HARBOR; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; WHITE- 
HALL; I.E.E.E. (3); Illinois Institute of Technology. 

GUYETTE, CANDY PRATHER ..... HUME; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PHI MU; Young 

Democrats Club (2, 3); University of Utah. 

GUYETTE LEONARD EDWARD EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

' GREGORY DRIVE RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (3, 4). 

HAAN ALAN MARSHAL LANSING; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Omega Beta Pi; Thornton Junior College. 

HAASE ROGER DENNIS MANTENO; B.S. in Accountancy; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

Accountancy Club (4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4). 

HACKBERT, JOAN WARD LA GRANGE PARK; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

GAMMA DELTA; Shorter Board; Major Chairman of Ilhm Union Committee (3), 
Illini Union Committee Chairman (2, 3); Illini Union Committee Member (2); ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (1) ; Junior Panhellemc (3) ; Panhellemc Exec- 
utive 'Council (3); Panhellenic- VvTSA Coordinating Committee (3); Illini Guide (2, 3), 
Panhellenic Chairman (3); Military Sponsor (3); Chevron (3); Honors Day (1). 

HACKBERT, WILLIAM JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA; Alpha Delta Sigma. 
HACKER, JANICE LYNN JOLIET; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI MU; Joliet Junior 

College. 

HACKETT TANEROTHGEB TUSCOLA; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA 

HAC ' DELTA- mini Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre Manager (3); Um- 

versity Theatre Crew (2, 3); Student National Education Association (2). 

HACKL, VIRGINIA KATHRYN PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L ^ A - S -^ in ^? e pf n t i^X| ( ^? t s a f 

Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; W.I.S.A Executive Council (3 Panhellenic- W ISA 
Coordinating Committee (4); Illini Guide (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Umversitj 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

HACKLEMAN, EDWIN CONNOR, JR ELMHURST; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

PHI GAMMA DELTA; A.F.S. (3, 4); S.A.E. (4); Young Democrats Club (3). 

HAILS, WILLIAM FRANKLIN SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SIGMA 

NU; University Chorus (1); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HALE EVERETT EDMAN, JR WHEELING; A.B. in L.A.S., Anthropology; ILLINOIS 

HAL*., a^^^^^s^fjNCE, House President (2); Army ROTC, Cadet Second Lieutenant; 

Anthropology Club (2); Oregon State University. 
HALE, GERALD WAYNE PEORIA; B.S. in Communications; SIGMA CHI; Alpha Delta 

Sigma; Dolphins (4); Honors Day (2, 3). 




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HALES, HERBERT FRANCIS, JR DANVILLE; A.n. in L.A.S., Political Science; PEA- 
BODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Association of U.S. 
Army (4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); DePatiw University. 

HALLBERG ELAINE ERNA CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR SUITES; 

W.P.G.U. (4>; WILL (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the 1 niversity of Illinois; Pier 
Ulini (li; University of Illinois Choir (I); Activities Honorary Society (2); Home- 
coming Committee (2); Honors Day (1). 

HALLEMAN, FERNE PAMELA ELMWOOD PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., French; PI BETA 

PHI- Pi Delta Phi; Campus Chest 111; Panliellemc Executive Council (3, I); Terrapin 
(1, 2). 

HALLER, LAWRENCE EDWARD . . . CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PENNSYL- 

VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Ulini Guide (2, 3); German Club 11); James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3, 4). 

HALLORAN, DENIS CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S.. English; CLARK; University Theatre 

Crew (41; Student Senate (3); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Marymount College; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

HALSNE.BETHENE RAE BLAIRSBURG, IOWA; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR 

SUITES, House President (4) ; State College of Iowa. 

HAMILTON, CAROL LEE PONTIAC; B.S. in Home Economics; SIGMA KAPPA; Shi-Ai; 

Camilla Alpha Chi; The Daily Ulini (1); The ILLIO (2, 3); Ulini Union Committee 
Chairman (4); Ulini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Panhellenic (3); Ilhni Guide 
(4); A.C.E. (4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4.) 

HAMMAN, DAVID DOBSON WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in Urban Land Economics; 

ALPHA DELTA PHI; Rho Epsilon; Major Chairman of Ulini Union Committee 
(4); Ilhni Union Committee Chairman (3); Ulini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 4); 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1). 

HAMPTON NANCY ELIZABETH CHICAGO HEIGHTS; B.S. in Music Education; 

ALLEN; Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); University Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); 



HANG, KENNETH WARREN URBANA; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; St. Pat's Ball 

Committee (1, 2); American Ceramic Society (1, 2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4). 

HANSON EILEEN LOUISE MINNEAPOLIS. MINNESOTA; B.S. in Music Education; 

ALPHA DELTA PI; Pi Kappa Lambda; Mu Phi Epsilon; First Regimental Band (2); 
Second Regimental Band (2) ; University Orchestra (3,4); Honors Day (3) ; Saint Mary s 
College. 

HANUS RONALD LEE HINSDALE; B.S. in Communications; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; The Daily Ulini (2, 3, 4); W.P.G.U. (3, 4). 



HARDGROVE, JULIA BELLE DANVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Ulini Union Committee Member (4); Campus Chest (1); Newman 
Club (3); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3); Association of International Students (3); Young Re- 
publicans Club (2). 

HARDIN NANCY ELIZABETH LEBANON; B.S. in L.A.S., Botany; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; A.I. I.E., A.I.S. (4); L.A.S. Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HARD WICK, GENE THOMAS BEARDSTOWN; Bachelor of Architecture; A. LA. (1, 

3, 4. 5). 



HARDY, THOMAS GEORGE LITTLETON, NORTH CAROLINA; A.B. in L.A.S., 

Latin American Studies; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; Phi Eta Sigma; Military Ball Com- 
mittee (4), Chairman (4); NROTC. Battalion Commander; Armed Forces Council 
(4); Navv Council (4); Scabbard and Blade (2, 3), President (2); Trident (3, 4); Arab 
Students Club (3, 4); Portuguese Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Spanish Club (3, 4); Young Repub- 
licans Club (2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

HARIMOTO, NATHAN KEIJI HONOLULU, HAWAII; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; 

PEABODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; University of Hawaii. 

HARPER ROBERT WAYNE BEMENT; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; Air Force 

ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3); Flying Ilhni (4). 



HARRIS BRIAN KEITH SKOKIE; B.S. in Finance; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Astronomical 

Society (2, 3); Finance Club (1. 2, 3, 4); Pre-Law Club (1, 2); Rho Epsilon (4); Society 
for the Advancement of Management (3, 4); Karate Kai (4). 

HARRIS, JUDITH LOUISE PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; ALPHA EP- 
SILON PHI; Zeta Phi Eta; Sigma Alpha Eta (3, 4); Northwestern University. 

HARRIS, KATHLEEN ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., German; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Delta Phi Alpha; German Club (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 



HARRIS, KATHLEEN LOIS CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; ARBOR SUITES; 

Ulini Union Committee Member (1, 2. 3). 

HARRIS, SCOTT WALDEN PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Marketing; BETA THETA PI 

Delta Sigma Pi; The ILLIO (1); Freshman Seminar (1); Commerce Council (2, 3) 
Marketing Association (2, 3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4) 
Commerce Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HARRIS, THOMAS RICHARD RICHMOND; B.S. in Recreation; Campus Chest (3); 

American Recreational Society (3, 4); Wisconsin State University. 




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„. DmsnM iamf<5 WTITTAM RIVERTON; A.B. inL.A.S., Political Science; ORCHARD 

HARWSON '{foTNS™ Force ROTC .Captain; Spanish Club (2); Honors Day (2). 

HARRISON, ROBERTA LEE . .LAGRANGE; BS ta .Home Economics; WfSCOGA; 

Wesley Foundation Executive Council (3, 4), President (.4) , A.O.&. w , numc ±. 
Club (2, 3, 4); Merrill-Palmer Institute. 

WARRTSON SUSAN DIANE .... URBANA; B.S. in Elementary Education; CHI OMEGA; 
HARRISON, bUbAIN L)1A1N^ Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Ilhni Union Cora- 

mi tee C'h'ur m 2 ■ 111 ini Union Committee Member (1); Star Course Manager (2, 

H ™ N - Kmn C^niittec to^rif^^JZ^iSSSft ^SSi 

(1); Orchesis (4). 

HASKYMAN^OH^PRJD^IC^. . . . {OB*™**® gtj. j^OHW^. 

HARTMAN, WILLIAM JAMES BAYLIS; B.S. in Agriculture; SONS HOME; Field and 

Furrow (3, 4). 

(2); Pre-Law Club . (8 4); English and Speech Club (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3). 
HARTSTEIN, ELEANOR LYNN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (.1). 
HARTZELL, JOAN EUGENIA CHILLICOTHE; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; DELTA 

DELTA DELTA; University of Wisconsin. 

HARVEY JAMES WILLIAM DANVILLE; B.S. in Marketing; The Daily IUini (1); W.P. 

' G.U. (1); Marketing Association (4). 

HARVEY, SHARON LEA CHRISTOPHER; B.S. in L.A.S Biology; EVANS, House 

President (4); Student National Education Association (4). 

HASHEMI, FREIDOUN TEHERAN, IRAN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Indiana Central 

College. 

HASSELBRING, DALE MELVIN HERSCHER; B.S. in Accountancy; HOPKINS; IUini 

Guide (3); Accountancy Club (4). 

ha T ten D orf,ja c M E S w G p Len ;(3;4 . -J^t^fc&Stt " a - Na " See: Sigma 

HAWKINS THOMAS JAMES DES PLAINES; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; CAMPUS 

, vffiw L0 J DGE . A LLE . (3, 4). 

HAYTON CHARLES ANDREW PALOS HEIGHTS; B.S. in Economics; CAMPUS VIEW 

LODGE; Tulane University. 

HEAL, FREDERICK GEORGE ESMOND; B S. in Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Field and Furrow (3, 4). 

„...„ TW1AT3K- PATRICK TR WENONA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; DELTA T.-U 

HEALY, MARK PA1R1CK., JK. . . . . . .™^i? l -'"-V ,.. T iH„reek (IV Greek Week Committee 

DELTA; Junior Interfratermty Council (1), lUigreeK 1.1;, vjieeiv 

(1); A.S.C.E. (3, 4). 

HEATON, CAROL HATLAND WALNUT; B.S. in Elementary Education; 4-H HOUSE. 

HEBEISEN, JOHN CHARLES OAK LAWN; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Alpha 

Sigma Mu; M.I.S. (3). 



HECHT, LOUIS ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; PHI EPSILON PL 

HEFFNER, DAVID JOHN FLEETWOOD, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. in Electrical Engi- 

neering; I.E.E.E. (4). 

HFINRICH RAYMOND LEE SANDOVAL; B.S in U.S., Mathematics; Army Drum 

HEINRICH, KAmui^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ RepubUcans club (3) . 



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HEITZMAN, PATRICK JOHN LITCHFIELD; B.S. in L. I.S., Microbiology; CALHOUN; 

Omega Beta Pi; Illmi Guide (2, 3). 

HEJL, JO ANN MARY I. A GRANGE; U.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; TAFT; Lyons Town- 
ship Junior College. 

HELDING, PATRICIA HIGHLAND PARK; B.F.A. in Art Education; ARBOR SUITES. 

HELLER, BERNADINE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Zeta Phi Eta; The Daily 111. in (2); University Theatre Cast (2); Fresh- 
man Seminar (1); Mini Guide (3); Sigma Alpha Eta (2, 3, I). 

HELTON, RICHARD LANCE BROCTON; B.S. in Communications; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Marching Mini (1, 2); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); WILL (4); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HENDERSON, MARY JANET WATJKEGAN; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA DELTA 

PI; Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; Sigma Alpha Iota; Iota Delta Pi; Personnel 
Vice President, Mini Union Board (4); Major Chairman of Mini Union Committee 
(2, 3); Mini Union Committee Chairman (1, 2); Mini Union Committee Member (1); 
Star Course Manager (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (3, 1); Women's Glee Club (4); Oratorio Societj 
(3); Freshman Choir (1); Terrapin (2, 3, 4); F.A.A. Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HENDERSON, NANCY ANN DANVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA 

KAPPA; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Mini (\); The ILLIO (2); Honors 
Day (1). 

HENDERSON, ROBERT MICHAEL GILLESPIE; B.S. in Marketing; PI KAPPA ALPHA; 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Southern Illinois University. 

HENNEMAN, BARBARA CLARE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Edgewood College of the Sacred Heart. 



HENNER, ROBERTA SKOKIE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; Mini 

Union Committee Member (4); Folk Song Club (3); Student National Education 
Association (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; French Club (1). 

HENSCHEN, LAWRENCE JOSEPH CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; Phi 

Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key. 

HERBERT, BARBARA JEAN NILES; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA. 

HERBERT, ROBERTA LYNN NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; B.S. in Communi- 
cations; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily Mini (4); 
The ILLIO (1, 2, 3); Mini Union Committee Chairman (4); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Hoof and Horn Club (2). 

HERM, MARTHA JAYNE MORTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of the Biological Sciences 

and General Science; 4-H HOUSE; Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron, President (2); 
Omega Beta Pi; W.I.S.A. Executive Council (2, 3), President (3); Committee on Student 
Affairs (3); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating Committee (3, 4); First Regimental Band 
(2); Second Regimental Band (1); Mini Guide (4). 

HERMAN, CARLA JOY CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; BUSEY; The Daily 

Mini (1, 2); Mini LTnion Committee Member (3); W.S.A. Board (2, 3); IM Rec Board 
(3); Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3, 4); Student National Education Associ- 
ation (1, 2). 

HERRERA, DAVID MONTERREY, N.L., MEXICO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Mini Union Committee Member (3, 4); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Colom- 
bian Students Association (4); I.S.P.E. (4); Soccer Club (3). 

HERSHMAN, JANET N GLENCOE; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ALLEN; Folk Song Club 

(1); Hoof and Horn Club (2); N.A.A.C.P. (1, 2, 3, 4); S.N.C.C. (3); Young Democrats 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HERZING, ARNOLD JAMES BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SIGMA PHI 

DELTA; A.S.C.E. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4); Honors Day (4); Belleville Junior College. 



HEYDA, LAWRENCE ANTON HOUSTON, TEXAS; A.B. in L.A.S., English; GREGORY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; The Daily Mini (2, 3); Illinois Technograph (1); Student 
Musicals (3) ; Air Force ROTC, Staff Sergeant; Folk Song Club (2, 3) ; Honors Day (1,2). 

HICKEY, DONALD ROBERT LAGRANGE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; CHI PSI; Phi Eta 

Sigma; James Scholar (1); University of the South. 

HILGENBERG, HONOURE DALE ARCOLA; B.S. in Recreation; DELTA ZETA; Mini 

Union Committee Member (1); Junior Panhellenic (1); American Recreational Society 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats 31ub (2). 

HILGER, JUDITH ANN CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; DELTA ZETA; Mini 

Union Committee Member (4); Student National Education Association (3, 4); James 
Scholar (1). 

HILL, SHARON KAY MARION; B.S. in the Education of the Deaf; PI BETA PHI; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Y'.W.C. A. (1, 2, 3); W.P.G.U. (l);DBClub (1, 2,3,4), President 
(4); Education Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 
2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

HILLISON, JOHN HOWARD AMBOY; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Tomahawk; 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Mini Union Committee Member (3, 4) ; Wesley Foundation Executive 
Council (3); Agricultural Council (2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (1); Agricultural Education 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Field and Furrow (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2). 



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HINDERBERGER, PHILIP ROBERT ALTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SIGMA 

ALPHA EPSILON, House President (4); Illini Union Committee Member (2); Star 
Course Manager (2); Campus Chest (1); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Major 
( 'i.mniittee of Student Senate (1) ; Freshman Seminar (1) ; Student Musicals (3) ; Dolphins 
(1); Illini Guide (3); S.C.O.P.E. (3). 

HINDES, CHARLES AUSTIN WEST CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Crafts; Wisconsin State 

College. 

HIRANO, JUDITH EILEEN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

HLAVACEK, CONSTANCE ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ARBOR SUITES; 

Honors Dav (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; Student National Education Association (1, 2); Young Repub- 
licans (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

HOFFMAN, DONALD LAMBERT BERWYN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Illini Union Committee Member (4); Illini 
Guide (4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4); Rifle and Pistol Club (3); J. Sterling Morton 
Junior College. 

HOFFMAN, JERILYN JEAN PARK FOREST; B.S. in Elementary Education; CHI 

OMEGA; Mortar Board; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; Illini Union Committee Chairman 
(2. 3); University Theatre Cast (2); Star Course Manager (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Junior Panhellemc 
(1); Concert and Entertainment Board (4); Illini Guide (2); Chevron (2, 3); Honors 
Day ( 1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

HOFFMANN, NORMAN GUSTAV VALMEYER; B.S. in Agriculture; PEABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE. House President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

HOGE, DAN EDWARD WALNUT; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Second 

Regimental Band (1, 2); Agricultural Council (4); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); 
Agricultural Judging Team (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HOLCOMB, MARY HILDA URBANA; B.S. in Physical Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

University Chorus (1); Freshman Choir (1); Physical Education Majors Club (2, d, 4); 
James Scholar (1, 3); Honors Day (3). 

HOLDERMAN, ROBERTA KAY MORRIS; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PRESBY; Young 

Republicans Club (1, 2, 3). 

HOLDT TERRY NORMAN BEECHER; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; CLUB ESQUIRE; 

Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3, 4). 

HOLLAND, LESTER MARION, JR CAIRO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ENTREKIN 

CLUB; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; W.P.G.U. (1) ; Illinois Teehnograph 
(2, 3, 4); Engineering Council (4); Illini Guide (3, 4); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4), Chairman (4); 
I.S.P.E. (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

HOLLOWAY DAVID CLAUDE EVANSTON; B.S. in Engineering Mechanics; DELTA 

PHI; Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Illini Guide (3); Engineering Mechanics Society 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Society of General Engineers (1). 

HOLLOWAY, JANE ANN DAYTON, OHIO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; VANLIG; S.N. 

C.C. (2, 3); Illini Christian Fellowship (1. 2); Honors Day (1). 

HOLM RICHARD DEAN QUINCY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; St. Pat's Ball Committee (2, 3); A.F.S. (2, 3); I.S.P.E. (4). 

HOLT, BARBARA SUE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA, 

House President (4); Alpha Lambda Delta; James Scholar (2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

HOOKS, MAURICE LE ROY LAWRENCEVILLE; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; 

TAMAROA LODGE, House President (3); The Daily Illini (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (2, ,6), 

W P G U (1 2)- NROTC, Cadet Officer; Navy Council (1, 2, 3); Trident (4); A.b.A.Ji. 
(2,' 3, 4); Rifle and Pistol Club (2, 3). 

HOOSTE, SHARILYN KAY PEORIA; B.S. in Elementary Education; A.C.E (3 4); Stu- 
dent National Education Association (1, 2); Chicago Teachers College; Bradley Uni- 
versity. 

HOPPIN, JUDITH ANN PAWNEE; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ALLEN; Home 

Economics Club (3, 4); Illinois State University. 

HOPSON, CHARLES EDWARD METROPOLIS; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; American 

Ceramic Society (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HORNBROOK, ALLEN NORMAN METCALF; B.S. in Agriculture; SIGMA TAU 

GAMMA; Star and Scroll; Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha, President (4); Agricultural 
Education Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

HORVICH, MICHAEL ALLAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI, House President (4); Cn us Chest (3); lute, fraternity Executive Council (1); 

Fencing Manager (2). 

HORWATH, DIANE LOUISE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Indiana University. 

HOUSER, RONALD LEWIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.K. (3, I); Navy 

Pier Extension of tin. University of Illinois. 




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HOUSTON, SHERRIE LOUISE JACKSONVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-H HOUSE; 

Campus Chest (2, 3); S.N. LB. (2, 3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HOWARD, STEVEN ROBERT MOMENCE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; HOUSE OF COM- 
MONS. 

HOWE, DALE EDWARD LENA; B.S. in Agriculture; GARNER; Agricultural Education 

Club (3, 4); Pre- Vet Club (1, 2); Young Democrats Club (1). 

HOWELL, SUSAN MARY ELGIN; B.S. in Elementary Education; TAFT; W.I.S.A. 

Executive Council (4); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating Committee (4); First Regi- 
mental Band (3); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Illini Guide (2, 3), Chairman (4). 

HOWEY, SUSAN ELIZABETH GLEN ELLYN; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; Colombian Students Club (2, 4); Spanish Club (1, 2, 4), 
President (2); Italian Club (2); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2); New York 
University in Spain. 

HRIBAR, LESTER CHARLES ANTIOCH; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; LAMBDA 

CHI ALPHA; I.E.E.E. (4). 

HRYNEWYCH, OREST ANTHONY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NEW- 
MAN; Ukranian Students Club (4); I.E.E.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; I.E.E.E. (1, 2, 3); Ukranian Students Club (1, 2, 3); Young Republicans 
Club (3); Illini Ski Club (2). 

HSIONG, WILLIAM SINGAPORE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. 

(3, 4); Chinese Students Club (3, 4); Dickinson College. 

HUDAK, GREGORY JON STREATOR; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; THETA XI; 

I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2). 



HUDSPETH, THOMAS DONALD PETERSBURG; B.S. in Restaurant Management; 

Illinois State University. 

HULINA, RICHARD EDWARD JOLIET; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHI KAPPA THETA, 

House President (4); Illini Union Committee Member (3); Campus Chest (4); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (3) ; A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Newman Club (3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

HULL, SHARON FAYE ARCOLA; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA ZETA; Illini 

Union Committee Member (2, 3); Honors Day (3). 



HUM, DOUGLAS HONG KONG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Chinese Students Club 

(3, 4) ; I.E.E.E. (3, 4) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

HUMPHREYS, GLORIA JEAN CAMBRIDGE; B.S. in Secretarial Training; ZETA TAU 

ALPHA; Iowa Wesleyan College. 

HUNDLEY SAMUEL PHILLIP, JR CHAMPAIGN; Bachelor of Architecture; SIGMA 

ALPHA EPSILON; A.I.A. (4, 5); Southern Illinois University. 



HUNT, JACQUELYN WALTON HOPEWELL, NEW JERSEY; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; 

SHERWOOD LODGE; Westminster College. 

HURLEY, LIONELLE FRANCE PATRICIA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PHILEA; 

Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Student Senate (4); Freshman Seminar (1); Illini Guide (3); S.N.C.C. 
(1, 2); Young Republicans Club (1, 2). 

HURSON, DEBRA JEAN CLEVELAND, OHIO; B.S. in Marketing; SIGMA KAPPA; 

Commerce Council (3); Marketing Association (4). 



HURT, ROBERT JOHN BERWYN; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (2, 3, 4, 5); Honors 

Day (2, 3) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

HUSON, PETER FREDERICK LA GRANGE PARK; B.S. in Economics; PHI GAMMA 

DELTA; Skull and Crescent, President (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Inter- 
fraternity Executive Council (4); Board of Fraternity Affairs (4). 

HUSTON, DENNIS RAY GIBSON CITY; B.S. in Accountancy; GARMEN; Accountancy 

Club (3, 4). 



HUSTON, JOHN LEO ROSEVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL, House President 

(3); Tomahawk; Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha; S.N. LB. (2); Agricultural Council 
(2, 3, 4), President (4); Illini Guide (2); Agricultural Judging Team (3, 4); Agricultural 
Education Club (2, 3), President (3); Hoof and Horn Club (2, 3), President (3); Young 
Democrats Club (4); Honors Day (1). 

HUTCHINS, MICHAEL WILLIAM PREEMPTION; B.S. in Physical Education; Physical 

Education Majors Club (3, 4); Blackhawk College. 

HUTCHINSON, ROBERT B ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Management; BETA 

THETA PI; Denver University. 




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ILLYES, JOHN WAYNE PALESTINE; B.S. in Finance; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Finance 

Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Vincennes University. 

IMLE, CARROLL ANN HILLSBORO; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Sigma Alpha Iota; Illini Union Program Board (3) 
Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (4); Illini Union Committee Chairman (2) 
Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4) 
Panliellenic Executive Council (3); University Choir (4); Women's Glee Club (2, 4) 
Freshman Choir (1); Student Musicals (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (4); Angel Flight 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

INGRAM, WOODIE JAYNE MIDWEST CITY, OKLAHOMA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching 

of French; ZETA TAU ALPHA; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (3); Panhellenic Judicial Board (3); Greek Week Committee (2); 
Military Ball Committee (1, 2), Co-chairman (2); Angel Flight (1, 2, 3, 4). 



1NMAN, 



DIANA MINER LAKE FOREST; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; 

PHI BETA; University Theatre Manager (1, 2) ; University Theatre Crew (3); 
(1); Student Musicals (2, 3, 4). 



GAMMA 
Pompons 



ILLINOIS STREET 



INNOCENTI, SILVANO F CICERO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering 

RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (4); Morton Junior College. 

INSKIP, JOHN ROBERT CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Industrial Administration; Marketing 

Association (2); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4). 



IP, PUI-CHI HONG KONG; B.S. in Economics; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Commerce Honors 

Program (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

ISAACS, CHARLES ROBERT CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Physical Education; Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

ISAACS, SANDRA BUSEY URBANA; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA OMICRON 

PI; Pompons (1); Orchesis (1). 



A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 



ISAACSON, WALTER HUNTER CRYSTAL LAKE; 

CHI PHI; Football, Freshman Squad (1). 

ISSAK, LINDA JOY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; INDECO; Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (2, 3); A.I.S. (4); Folk Song Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

IWANICKI, STANLEY JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Food Science; PI KAPPA ALPHA; 

Illini Union Committee Member (1); Junior Interfraternitv Council (1); Association 
of Food Technologists (2, 3, 4). 



JACKSON, CYNTHIA MARIE RICHMOND; B.S. 

North Central College. 



in Elementary Education; TRIAD: 



JACKSON, RAYMOND GENE LIBERTYVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLI- 
NOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (3). 

JACOBS, FRED, JR ROUND LAKE; B.S. in General Engineering; PSI UPSILON, House 

President (4); Concert Band (3); Marching Illini (1, 2, 3); First Regimental Band (2); 
Second Regimental Band (1); I.S.P.E. (3, 4); I.S.G.E. (3, 4, 5). 



JACOBSGAARD, DAVID KEITH GARDNER; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA 

RHO; Alpha Zeta; NROTC, Ensign; Agricultural Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Honors 

Day (1, 2). 

JACOBSON, JACK MARK CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; TAU EPSILON PHI; 

House President (3); The Daily Illini (2, 3); The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee 
Member (2); Campus Chest (1); Intramural Council (3); Junior Interfraternity Council 
(1); Interfraternity Executive Council (3); Student Senate (3); Baseball, Freshman 
Squad (1); Illigreek (2); Illini Guide (2, 3) ; Greek Week Committee (2); IM Rec Board 
(3); Israeli Students Club (3); Young Democrats Club (2); Honors Day (1). 

JACOBSON, MURRAY STEPHEN GLENCOE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; TAU DELTA 

PHI; Illini Union Committee Member (4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Mathematics 
Honors Program (1, 2); James Scholar (2). 

JAFFE, GUY BENJAMIN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Management; ZETA BETA 

TAU, House President (4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Major Committee of 
Student Senate (3, 4); University Subcommittee on Undergraduate Student Discipliw 
(4); Freshman Seminar (1); Illini Guide (3). 

JAMBOR, BRUNO JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

University of Algiers; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

JANECEK, PAUL WILLIAM WORTH; B.S. in Engineering Physios; ILLINOIS STREE I 

RESIDENCE, House President (4); Army ROTC, Captain; Phalanx (8, I); Physios 
Society (3, 41. 

JANSEN, LYNN ANNE TEUTOPOLIS; U.S. in Secretarial Training; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE! Illini Guide (3, I); Honors Day ID. 

JASKE, EARL EDWARD . . . . . BLOOMINGTON; U.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; U.S. in General 

Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Epsilon; Society of General Engineers (4); Young 

Republicans Club (4); .lames Scholar ii, 2. 3i; Honors Daj (1, :'. :i); University of 

Illinois Scholarship Key, 

JEANBLANC, DONALD RAY FRANKLIN GROVE{ U.S. in Eleotrioal Engineering; 

GARNER, II. .us,. President (8); Engineering Council i:i. i); si. Pat's Hall C nittee 

C2); Army ROTC, Captain; Association of U.S. Aimj (3, i>; I.E.E.E. i:i, l); i s r i 



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engineering students to the north campus. 




JEANBLANC, EDWARD WAYNE FRANKLIN GROVE; B.S. in Accountancy; GARNER, 

Huns,- President (4); Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Delta Sigma Pi; Sigma 
Iota Epsilon; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Finance Club (4); Commerce Honors I rogram 

12, 3, 1); .lames Scholar 12, 3, 1); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key. 

JEDD, JAMES JERRY ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Omega Beta Pi; Honors Day (1). 

JEHLE, HAROLD JOSEPH PIPER CITY; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; Agricultural 

Economics Club (3, 4). 



JENSEN, CHRIS JAMES OAK LAWN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; BETA SIGMA 

PSI; Pi Tau Sigmu; Greek Week Committee (2); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; 

Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2). 
JENSEN, JON KEITH CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; WESTON, House President 

(3); Phi Epsilon Kappa; University Theatre Cast (2); Physical Education Majors Olub 

(2, 3, 4). 

JEPSEN, MARY ANN . ... LOVES PARK; B.S. in the Education of Mentally Handicapped 
Children- ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Mini Union Program Board (3); Mini Union Committee Chair- 
man (3); Mini Union Committee Member (1,2); Star Course Manager (1,2); Panhellemc 
Executive Council (4); Military Sponsor (1, 2, 3, 4); Council for Exceptional Children 
(3); Education Honors Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 
3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

JESSO, JAMES JOHN LANSING; B.S. in Finance; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; 

Football Squad (1); Baseball, Varsity Squad (2, 4). 

TEWETT, JAMES FRANK CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; PI 

KAPPA PHI, House President (2); Star and Scroll; Junior Interfratermty Council (1); 
S.N.C.C. (2, 3); Young Democrats Club (3); Honors Day (2, 3). 

JOCIUS, JAMES MUNRO URBANA; B.S. in Recreation; Air Force ROTC, Cadet Cap- 
tain; American Recreational Society (3, 4); Bloom Community College. 



JOHANSEN, HELEN LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; LEEM AN LODGE; 

Iota Sigma Pi; Campus Chest (4); American Chemical Society (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois; Chemistry Club (2, 3); German Club (2); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

JOHNS, DONALD RUSSELL CICERO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; THETA 

CHI; Campus Chest (3); Spanish Club (4); Morton Junior College. 

JOHNSON, ARMAND LEE LANSING; B.S. in Industrial Education; ALPHA CHI RHO, 

House President (4); Star and Scroll; Football, Freshman Squad (1); Army ttUIC, 
Lieutenant; Pershing Rifles (1); Industrial Education Society (4). 



JOHNSON, CAMILLE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA; 

N.A.A.C.P. (1). 
JOHNSON, CAROLYN ANN LA GRANGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; PRESBY; 

Y.W.C.A. (3). 

JOHNSON, CHRISTINE LOUISE PEORIA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; Mini Union Committee Chairman (2, 3); Mini Union Committee Member 
(1); University Choir (3); Mi-Sota (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



JOHNSON, DAVID KENDALL GALESBURG; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

GREGORY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Marching Mini (3, 4); Second Regimental Band 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3). 

JOHNSON, DONALD WAYNE CRYSTAL LAKE; B.S. in Finance; Finance Club (3, 4); 

Marketing Association (3); Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Mini 
Insurance Society (3); James Scholar (1, 3). 

JOHNSON, FRANCIS HENRY SAUNEMIN; B.S. in Physical Education; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Y.M.C.A. (1); Army ROTC, Captain. 



JOHNSON, FREDERICK ARBER PEORIA; B.S. in Commerce and Law; SU CASA; 

Student Senate (3); Army ROTC, Master Sergeant; Honors Day (1). 

JOHNSON, IVAN CLIFFORD, JR AURORA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ALPHA 

TAU OMEGA; Intramural Manager (2, 3, 4); Senior Intramural Manager (4); IM 
Rec Board (4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4). 

JOHNSON, JAMES BYRON MELROSE PARK; B.S. in Communications; SIGMA CHI; 

The Daily Mini (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); University of Miami. 



JOHNSON, JAMES LOUIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Pre- Veterinary Medicine; ILLI-DELL; 

Tomahawk; Sno-Ball Committee (2); Pre- Vet Club (3); Student Chapter Veterinary 
Medical Association (2, 3). 

JOHNSON, JEAN ELAINE MORRIS; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Alpha Iota; Women's Glee Club (1); Oratorio Society (3); 
Mini Guide (3, 4) ; James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key. 

JOHNSON, PAUL FRED WILGOT ROCKFORD; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathe- 
matics; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE. 



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JOHNSON, ROBERT BRUCE .DEKALB; B.S in Agricultural Engineering; ALPHA 
GAMMA HIO; Sachem; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Zeta; The ILLIO (2, 3); Illini Union 
Committee Member 1, 2, 3); Agricultural Council (3, 4); Plowboy Prom Committee 
4); A.b.A.E. (2, 3, 4); Engineering Honors Program (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4)- 
Honors Day (1). ' ' •" 

JOHNSON, STEVEN LOUIS . . . LELAND; B.S. ,n Agriculture; Alpha Tan Alpha; Illini 
Umon ( ommittee Member (3, 4); Agricultural Council (4); Army ROTC First Lieu- 
tenant; Phalanx (4); Association of U.S. Army (4); Agricultural' Education Club (4)- 
Illmi Agricultural Mechanization Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

JOHNSTON, DALE ROBERT SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; FLAGG; Army ROTC 

Second Lieutenant; Navy Put Extension of the University of Illinois. 

JOHNSTON, DONALD BRUCE ALPHA; B.S. in General Engineering CALHOUN; 

Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Society of General Engineers (I, 2, 3, 4, 5). 

JOHNSTON, LEE CLARK IOLIET; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Y.M.C.A.; Psi Chi- Y M 

O.A. (2, 3, 4) ; Fencing, Freshman Squad (2); Folk Song Club (2, 3, 4) ; Psychology Honors 
Program (3, 4); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Illinois State University. 

JOHNSTON MARY ELLEN . . . EAST ST LOUIS; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALPHA 
DELTA PI, House President (3); Illini Union Committee Chairman (1, 2). 

JONAK, THOMAS EDWARD . . . DES PLAINES; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PENN- 

SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (1); Engineering 
f ouncil (;,); A.S.M.E. (4, 5), President (4, 5); S.A.E. (.",); Young Republicans Club (4); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A.S.M.E. (2, 3), President (3); Engi- 
neering Council (3). President (3); Student Congress (3); Young Republicans Club 
(2, 3); Activities Honorary Society (3). 

JONES, DONALD LOUIS IOLIET; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Pi Tan Sigma; A.S.M.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

JONES, JENNY ELLEN ROBINSON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; KAPPA 

KAPPA GAMMA; The Daily Illini (1); Illini Union Committee Chairman (1); Campus 
Chest (1). 



JONES, PATRICK SCHWAGER CARLISLE BARRACKS. PENNSYLVANIA; A.B. in 

L.A.S., Latin-American Area Studies; Marching Illini (3); First Regimental Band (3)- 
Second Regimental Band (2); Spanish Club (3, 4). 

JONES, SIGNEY ARLINGTON, III CHICAGO; B.S. in Political Science; ALPHA. PHI 

ALPHA; Navy Council (3); Trident (4). 

JONIAK, CHRISTIANA ESTELLE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; SHERWOOD 

LODGE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Homecoming Court (3)- 
Spanish Club (1,2); Student Congress (3) ; Ski Club (2) ; Orchesis (2) ; Young Democrats 
Club (3); Union Committee Member (2); Chicago Illini (2); University Theatre (2 3) 



JORDAL, JANET KAY MENDOTA; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; VANLIG- 

Second Regimental Band (3). 

JORDAN, ROBERT EDWARD URBANA; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALPHA DELTA 

PHI; James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

JORGENSEN, RICHARD EVAN URBANA; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha- 

Sinfoma; Concert Band (4); Marching Illini (3, 4); University Orchestra (1, 2)- Uni- 
versity Wind Ensemble (2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 



JUDY, LONNIE DALE URBANA; B.S. in Finance; PHI DELTA THETA- Football 

Varsity Squad (2), Freshman Squad (1); Young Republicans Club (3). 

JULIAN, KENNETH ANTHONY LOMBARD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (2, 3); I.S.P.E. (1, 2). 

JUR JONAS, STANLEY DANGERUTIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. 

(2, 4) ; Lithuanian Students Club (3, 4) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



KAHN, JUDITH CLAIRE . . . DEERFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 
ALLEN; Y.M.C.A. (4); Illini Guide (2, 3); N.A.A.C.P. (4). 

KAISER, CARL PAUL ELMONT, NEW YORK; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; American Institute of 
Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, 4); State University of New York. 

KALCHBRENNER, JOHN ALBERT LOMBARD; B.S. in L.A.S., Pre- Veterinary Medicine- 

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Student Musicals (3, 4); Pre-Vet Club 
(3, 4); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (2, 3, 4). 



KALES, KAREN LESLIE .... CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Spanish Club (3); Student 
National Education Association (2); Young Democrats Club (1, 2). 

KALISH, JAMES ROBERT EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Accountancy. 

KALITZKY, ALAN GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREE1 RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (1, 2); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4); Young 
Democrats Club (3, 4). 




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KALKHOFF, ANN LYNN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PRESBY; 

McKinley Foundation fl, 2, :i, -I). 

KALLAL, EDWAPD MELTON . . . . CHESTERFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; NEWMAN; 
W.P.G.U. il, 2); Field and Furrow 12, 3, 4). 

KANNMACHER, KAREN LEE MARSH ALL; A.B. in L. A. S., Teaching of French; EVANS; 

I Hi in Guide f3); German Club (2). 



KANTER, PHYLLIS ROBERTA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; CLARK; 

Zeta Phi Eta; Sigma Alpha Eta (4); Northern Illinois University. 

KAPLAN, LESA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; SIGMA DELTA TAU; 

Illini I'nion Committee Member (4); W.P.G.U. C3) ; Hillel Foundation Executive 

Council (2. 3); Young Democrats Club (2, 3); Honors Day (1). 
KARA, SHARON LYNN CICERO; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University 

of Illinois. 

KARAFOTAS, JOAN MURLAS LINCOLNWOOD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social 

Studies; KAPPA ALPHA THETA. 

KARLEN, ANN CARTWRIGHT GLENVIEW; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

ALPHA PHI; Shi-Ai; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); University Theatre 
Crew (1); Junior Panhellenic (1); Terrapin fl, 2, 3, 4); Chevron (2, 3); James Scholar (1). 

KARLIN, DAVID ALAN .... EVANSTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; ILLINOIS STREET 
RESIDENCE; James Scholar (1, 2, 3). 



KARR, JO ELLEN PAXTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ALPHA DELTA 

PI; Shorter Board; The ILLIO (2, 3); Illini Union Committee Member (2); Campus 
Chest (2, 3); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (3); Southern Illinois 
University. 

KASSERMAN, JOHN STEPHEN NEWTON; B.S. in Finance; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 

Nl'E RESIDENCE; Junior Interfraternity Council (1). 

KASSIN, ALAN ROBERT SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SIGMA ALPHA 

MLT; Star and Scroll; Y.M.C.A. (1); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Interfraternity 
Executive Council (4); Freshman Seminar (1); Illini Guide (2); Young Democrats 
Club (3, 4). 

KATES, RONNA HELENE DENVER, COLORADO; B.S. in Elementary Education; 

ARBOR Sl'ITES; A.C.E. (4); Student National Education Association (4); Young 
Democrats Club (3) ; University of Colorado. 

KATKUS, GENE RICHARD SPRING VALLEY; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Y.M.C.A. (1); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4); Society of 
General Engineers (1). 

KATZIN, RUTH NAOMI PLAINFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ARBOR SUITES; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Pin Beta Kappa; Psi Chi; University Theatre 
Cast (1); University Theatre Crew (1); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (2, 3); Folk Song 
Club (2); Psychology Honors Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

KATZMANN, BARBARA LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in the Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children; LAUREL HOUSE; W.I.S.A. Executive Council (3); Illini Guide (3); A.C.E. 
(1, 3); German Club (3, 4); Student National Education Association (4). 

KAUFFMAN, ROBERT I CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Phi Eta Sigma; Psi 

Chi; Psychology Honors Program (3, 4); James Scholar (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; Lambda Lambda Delta; Psychology Honors Program 
James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (2). 

KAUFMAN, HAROLD NEAL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of the Biological Sci- 
ences and General Science; GREGORY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Campus Chest (3); 
Young Democrats Club (4). 

KAYE, JEFFREY MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; WESTON; NavylPier 

Extension of the University of Illinois; Chicago Illini (1, 2); Honors Days (1, 2). 

KEDROSKI, DIANNE LEE .... CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; 
Student National Education Association (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 

KEENEY, STEVEN CHARLES MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA; B.S. in L.A.S., 

Psychology; SIGMA NU; W.P.G.U. (1, 2); Junior Interfraternity CouncU (1). 

KEHOE, WILLIAM WALTER BENSENVILLE; B.S. in Industrial Education; GREGORY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE, House President (4); Illini Guide (4); Air Force ROTC, Lieu- 
tenant Colonel; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Industrial Education Society (3, 4). 

KELLER, CAROL ANNETTE FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA; B.S. in Home Economics- 

LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; Gamma Alpha Chi; Illini Union Committee 
Member (1, 2, 3); Home Economics Club (1, 4); Marketing Association (1, 2, 3, 4). 

KELLER, GEORGE TIMOTHY STERLING; B.S. in Agriculture; GRANADA CLUB; 

Field and Furrow (4); Shimer College; University of Oklahoma. 




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KELLER, JEANNETTE ANNE ELBURN; A B in L.A.S., German; ILLINOIS STREKT 

rut, . ? A 'i ' % L 1 a ", lbd ?', D ,1 lta ,V W - P - G - U - (Di Freshman Board (1); German 
Club (2, S, 4); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

KELLY, GERALDINE ELIZABETH . CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA 

™ i r? ' ,-,? S ally J! h , ni (2); IIhni Union Committee Member (2); University 
theatre Crew (2); Knox College. 

KELLY, JAMES JOSEPH, JR. . . LATHAM; B.S. in Accountancy; THETA CHI; Junior 

Interfratermty Council (2); Accountancy Club (4). 



KELLY, JUDITH MARGARET . . SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., English; GAMMA PHI 

BETA; University Theatre Crew (2, 3); Young Republicans Club (3); Springfield 
Junior College. a 

KENDALL, SHARON KAY CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Home Economics; ZETA TAU ALPH \- 

Gamma Alpha Chi; University Theatre Crew (4); Home Economics Club (2, 3 4)-' 
Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

KENNY, MARY MARGARET TINLEY PARK; B S. in Secretarial Training; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Beta Lambda; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3); Chevron (3, 4). 



KENYON, MICHAEL JOHN ELGIN; B.S. in Agriculture; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA- 

Agricultural Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Weight Lifter's Club (3, 4); Coe College. 

KERCHNER MARY RUTH . . .BELLEVILLE; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; TRIAD; Gamma 

Alpha Chi; University Theatre Crew (1). 

KERZENSKI LENORE JANE ■ NILES: A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; BUSEY. 

President (3); Uhni Guide (3); English and Speech Club (3, 4); President (4). 



KETTLE, JOHN THOMAS PARK FOREST; B.S. in Marketing; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE. House President (4); Alpha Delta Sigma; Marketing Assoc* 
ation (2, 3, 4); Parsons College. 

KETZENBARGER SUSAN JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI MU- 

Wavy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

KEUNE, DAVID LEE. LITCHFIELD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; CALHOUN; Phi 

lM,a .Sigma; lau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Engineering Council (3, 4); I E E E (3 4)- 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Central Technical Institute! 



KIDDOO, SUSAN HAMILTON . VIOLA; B.S. in Home Economics; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

rhi Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Club (3); Honors Day (1). 

KIKUCHI, HITOSHI CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (3 4)- Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

KILLEY, RICHARD BRUCE ROSEVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO- 

b.N.I.B (3); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Hoof and Horn Club (2, 3, 4)- Illinois 
btate University. 



KIMBELL, ANN ELIZABETH WHEATON; A.B. in L.A.S., English; GAMMA PHI BETA- 

Campus Chest (1); University Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club (1, 2. 3)- ACE (4) : 
Honors Day (1). 

KIMBELL, STEPHEN WOODWARD MESA. ARIZONA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of 

Social Studies; ALPHA TAU OMEGA, House President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Football. 
Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3) ; Honors Day (1, 3). 

KIMMEL, CAROL MARIE ..... MILFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; 4-H HOUSE; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Delta (1, 2); English Club (4); L.A.S. Honors Program 
(1 2 3); James Scholarship (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
scholarship Key. 

KIMMEL, JOAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA TAU; The 

Daily Mini (2); Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); Illini Union Committee Member 
(1); University Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (2); Junior Panhellenic (2); Illigreek 
(2); Greek Week Committee (3); Student National Education Association (4); Honors 
Day (3). 

KIMMEL, JOHN STEPHEN DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; SCOTT, President 

(4); Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Intramural Council (3)- 
Mini Guide (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois' 
Scholarship Key. 

KINDER, CAROLYN SUZANNE CATLIN; B.S. in Music Education; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Mortar Board; Torch; Sigma Alpha Iota; Star Course Manager (2, 3 4): 
University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Madrigal Chorus (2); Concert and Entertainment Board' 
(4); Illini Guide (3); Student National Education Association (3); Honors Day (1). 

KING, ARIAS MARLAINE MOUNT OLIVE; A.B. in Dance; PHI MU; University Choir 

(3, 4). 

KINSELLA, CYRIL THOMAS HUDSON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; LAMBDA CHI 

ALPHA; A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Saint Ambrose College. 

KIRKBY, SANDRA JEAN NORTHBROOK; B.S. in Elementary Eduoation; M.l'll \ 

DELTA PI; Freshman Choir (1). 



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KIRSCHNER, HOWARD TED CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PHI SIGMA DELTA; 

Illini Union Committee Member (2); Portuguese Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois; Debate Club (1); Young Democrats Club (1). 

KITE, ROBERTA ILENE SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S.. English; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 

DENCE; Shorter Board; Student Senate (3, 4); Major Committee of Student Senate 
(3, 4); Subcommittee on Student Discipline (3, 4); University Chorus il); Oratorio 
Society (2); Student Musicals CI, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (2). 

KLEIN, ARTHUR DEO, III WINTER PARK, FLORIDA; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE, House President (4); Omega Beta Pi; Army 
Drum and Bugle Corps (3, 4). 

KLEIN, BARBARA JUNE COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Home Economics; ALPHA 

OMICRON PI; University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4). 

KLEIN, SAMUEL JACOB CHICAGO RIDGE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE, House President (3); W.P.G.U. (3); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); Thorn- 
ton Junior College. 

KLEVER, JOHN HENRY FREEPORT; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; GARMEN; The 

Daily Illini (3, 4); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Physics Society (3). 

KLIMA, DENNIS EDWARD PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Finance; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; 

Accountancy Club (3, 4) ; Finance Club (3, 4) ; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment (3, 4;) Drake University. 

KLINSLEY ARNOLD IRWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Sigma Delta Chi; W.P.G.U. (1, 2, 3); WILL (3, 4); Army 
ROTC, First Sergeant. 

KLOCKAU, ROBERTA ANN ROCK ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); Spanish Club (3, 4). 

KLOCKENGA, LOUIS HENRY PEKIN; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Air Force ROTC, First Lieutenant; Arnold Air Society (3, 4). 

KLOHR, ROBERT EDWARD NORMAN VALMEYER; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; 

PEABODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Fresh- 
man Choir (1); Honors Day (1, 2). 

KLOPPENBURG, JOAN MARIE LAGRANGE; B.S. in Physical Education; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Physical Education Majors Club (3, 4); State University 
of Iowa. 



KLUG DONALD CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Engineering 

Council (4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Mathematics Club (1, 2); James Scholar (1); Honors Day (1). 



B.S. in Management; BETA SIGMA PSI; 



KNEZ, RONALD ALBERT ELMHURST; 

Greek Week Committee (2). 

KNOBLOCH, JOHN CARL BRADFORD; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering 

LIER; A.S.A.E. (2, 3, 4). 



BRANDO- 



KNUDSON LYNNE ANDREA PARK RIDGE; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; ALPHA OMI- 
CRON PI. 

KNUPP, RUTH LOIS BERWYN; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA XI DELTA; Theta 

Sigma Phi; Home Economics Club (1, 2). 

KOBERLEIN, JAMES HERSCHEL ST. ELMO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. 

(4) ; Eastern Illinois University. 



KOCH DAVID T TREMONT; B.S. in General Engineering; Men's Glee Club (1, 2); 

I.S.P.E. (4); Society of General Engineers (2, 3, 4). 

KOCH PAUL DOUGLAS CRYSTAL LAKE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Chi Epsilon; Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4); Baseball, Varsity Squad 
(2, 3,4), Letter (2, 3), Freshman Squad (1); Illini Guide (2); A.S.C.E. (4) ; James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3, 4). 

KOCOLOWSKI, GARY PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; EVANS SCHOLARS; 

Campus Chest (1); W.P.G.U. (1); Army ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Pershing Rifles 
(2); Newman Club (3, 4). 



KOENIG ROBERT BOYER PARK RIDGE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; B.S. in L.A.S., 

Psychology W.P.G.U. (D; Air Force ROTC, First Lieutenant; Arnold Air Society 
(2, 3); Folk Song Club (2, 3, 4, 5). 

KOLAR GERALD EDWARD BEECHER; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; CLUB ESQUIRE, 

House President (4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4). 

KOLB, SHERRY JOYCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3). 



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KOLESAR, RONALD JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; SU CASA; Illini Union 

Committee Member (3, 4); Newman Chili (2, 3, 4); Film Society (4); Marketing Associ- 
ation (2, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4). 

KOMBONIMI, ADOKIYE ISHMAEL BILLE-DEGEMA, NIGERIA; B.S. in Agriculture; 

Cooperative Extension Club (4) ; Field and Furrow (4); American Society of Agronomy 

(4). 

KOOISTRA, THOMAS BRIAN ASHTON; A. B. in L.A.S., History; HENDRICK HOUSE- 

Folk Song Club f3); Young Republicans Club (3). 



OPP, GARY LEE BUDA; B.S. in Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Air Force ROTC, Major; Agricultural Club (2, 3). 

KOPP, RUTH SHIRLEY ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; KAPPA 

DELTA; Panhellenic Judicial Board (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (2). 

KOPRIVA, PHYLLIS RUTH ANTIOCH; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; KAPPA DELTA; 

Illini Union Committee Member (3); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Student Musicals' 
(2, 3); Greek Week Committee (3); Sociology Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club 
(3, 4). 



KORENEVICH, CAROLE ADRIENNE PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology KAPP\ 

ALPHA THETA; Miami University. 

KORMAN, JEFFREY WYN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Delta Sigma Pi; Wright 

Junior College; Amundsen Junior College. 

KORN, DOREEN SKOKIE; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; VAN DOREN; Illini Guide (3). 



KORST, CHRISTINE ANNE CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PI BETA PHI; 

The ILLIO (1); University Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4); Star Course Manager (1)- Y.W C \ 
(3, 4). 

KOSOVSKI, CAROL ANNE OAK PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; INDECO- 

Torch; Alpha Chron; Zeta Phi Eta, President (4);W.I. S.A. Executive Council (2); 
Student Senate (2>; Illinois Speech Correction Association (2, 3). 

KOSTAK, WARREN JOSEPH CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; FIRESIDE; A.I.A. 

(2); A.S.C.E. (4); Folk Song Club (3). 

KOSTAR, WILLIAM LEE TITUSVILLE, NEW JERSEY; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

NROTC, Midshipman Lieutenant; Navy Council (4); Trident (3, 4), President (4). 

KOSTENKO, PAMELA HELENE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; LIN- 
COLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; Student National Education Association (3, 4); 
James Scholar (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student Edu- 
cation Association (2); University Choir (1, 2); Student Congress (1, 2); James Scholar 
(1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

KOTECKI, MELVIN JOHN LA SALLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Tau; 

Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (3, 4) ; S.A.E. (3, 4) ; Engineering Honors Program 
(3, 4); Honors Day (3, 4); St. Bede College. 



KOVACH, MARY ELIZABETH MATSKO STREATOR; A.B. in L.A.S., French; Illini 

Guide (2) ; Ball State University. 

KOZIJ, CHRISTINE JOANNE CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; Ukranian Students 

Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Ukranian Club (I, 2). 

KRABY, ARNOLD WALTER CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PI KAPPA ALPHA; 

Valparaiso University. 

KRAFT, DONALD NORTON CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU EPSILON PHI; 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Illini Guide (2); Greek Week 
Committee (2); Accountancy Club (3). 

KRAFT, ROBERT LEO MUNDELEIN; B.S. in Accountancy; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE. 

KRAJEC, RICHARD LEE GEORGE WEST SALEM; B.S. in L.A.S., Physiology; KAPPA 

DELTA RHO; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Film Society (4). 

KRAYBILL, DANIEL THEODORE BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLI- 
NOIS STREET RESIDENCE; The Daily Illini (3, 4); I.P.C. Photography Stall 
(3, I); W.P.G.U. (1, 2, 3, 4); Folk Song Club (2, 3, 4); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4). 

KREBS, ROBERT ERNEST EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; LAMBDA CHI 

ALPHA; Valparaiso University. 

KREHBIEL, KARL FREDERICK ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., Rhetoric and Composition; 

PHI KAPPA PSI, House President (4) ; Cross-Country, Varsity Squad (2), Freshman 
Squad (1); Track, Varsity Squad (2, 3, I), Freshman Squad (1); Army ROTC, Second 
Lieutenant . 




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KREITNER, MARILYN JEAN URBANA; B.S. in Music Education; Sigma Alpha Iota; 

University Chorus (3, 4); Wartburg College. 

KRETLOW, JOHN GEORGE OAK PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; SIGMA NU; Student 

Musicals (3); Creek Week Committee (2); Spanish Club (2, 3). 

KREUTZ JUDITH LOUISE ELMHURST; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ('III 

OMEGA; Shorter Board; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Chair- 
man (2);'star Course Manager (1); Military Sponsor (3); Angel Flight (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Commander Lieutenant Colonel (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

KRIEGMAN, LESLEY BLANCHE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Omega Beta Pi; First Regimental Band (1, 2); 
S.N.C.C. (2l. 

KROHTA, BARBARA JEAN BENLD; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE, House President (3); Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Campus Chest (1); L.A.S. Council (3, 4); Illini Guide (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1); 
Honors Daj (1). 

KRUCK, WILLIAM EVERT NAPERVILLE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; The Daily 

Illini (4). 



KRUEGER, JAMES PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

Accountancy Club (4); Y'oung Republicans Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program 
(3, 4); Belo'it College. 

KRUEMPELSTAEDTER, THOMAS MATTHIAS CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; 

THETA XI; A.I. A. (1. 2, 3, 4). 

KRUMWIEDE, ROBERT WILLIAM CHEBANSE; B.S. in Agriculture; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE, House President (3, 4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3); 
Illini Agricultural Mechanization Club (1, 2, 4); Illini Sportsman's Club (1). 



KRUPP, GERALD JOHN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau'Sigma; 

University of Alabama; University of Colorado; Belleville Junior College. 

KUBIK, WILLIAM JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; FORBES; Sigma 

Delta Chi; W.P.G.U. (2, 3); A. I. A. (1, 2); German Club (3, 4); Young Republicans 
Club (1); James Scholar (1). 

KUHN, JOAN CLAUDIA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; SIGMA KAPPA; 

University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Student Musicals (3, 4); Illini Speech Correction 
Association (2, 3, 4). 



KUHN, MICHAEL LLOYD GREENVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA PI, House 

President (4); Interfraternity Executive Council (3); Air Force ROTC, Major; Phalanx 
(1, 2, 3); Accountancy Club (2, 3, 4); Marketing Association (3); Greenville College. 

KUHR, RICHARD RONALD ELMHURST; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; GARNER; 

A.S.M.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A.S.M.E. (1, 2, 3); 
A.F.S. (2, 3); L.S.A. (3). 

KULBARSH, SHEILA RAE GLENCOE; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; N.A.A.C.P. (3, 4); Washington University. 



KULL, ANITA KAY MATTOON; B.S. in the Education of Mentally Handicapped Children; 

CHI OMEGA; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Greek 
Week Committee (3); Pershing Rifles (3, 4); Military Sponsor (3, 4); Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

KULZER, PETER GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; NEWMAN ;I'Sigma 

Delta Chi; Air Force ROTC, Captain; Pershing Rifles (3, 4). 

KUNAR, SHARON LEE EVANSTON; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA SIGMA.'House 

President (4); Sigma Iota Epsilon; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Campus 
Chest (2); W.P.G.U. (2); Junior Panhellenic (2); Accountancy Club (4); Marketing 
Association (4); Commerce Honors Program (3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

KUNIN, YVONNE PAULETTE ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Physical Education; 

SIGMA DELTA TAU; Campus Chest (1); Illigreek (2, 3); Physical Education Majors 
Club (3, 4). 

KUO, TZU-JUNG TAIWAN, CHINA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Chi Epsilon; Y.M.C.A. 

(3,4); A.S.C.E. (3, 4) ; Chinese Students Club (2, 3, 4) ; Taiwan Provincial Taipei Institute 
of Technology. 

KUPERMAN, SHELDON PAUL LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Accountancy; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Delta Sigma Pi; Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; 
Commerce Honors Program (3); Honors Day (2). 



KURLAND, HOWARD JOEL SKOKIE; 

RESIDENCE. 



B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ILLINOIS STREET 



LACKNER, PAMELA LAKE FOREST; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; DELTA 

GAMMA; Campus Chest (2); Greek Week Committee (3); Sno-Ball Committee (3); 
Anthropology Club (2, 3); University of Oklahoma. 

LADIN, BRUCE ALLAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Illini Union Committee Chairman (2, 3, 4); Illini Union Committee Mem- 
ber (1); Star Course Manager (2); University Theatre Crew (1); Student Musicals 
(2, 3, 4); Marketing Association (4). 




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LAIRD, ALLAN DEWEY CANTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology. 

LAMONT, HELEN LOUISE KIRKLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., Latin; ARBOR SUITES. 

LAMPERT, STEVEN ALAN . . . SKOKIE; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU EPSILON PHI; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; Illim Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); Junior Interfratemity Council 
(1); Accountancy Club (3, 4); lunance Club (3, 4); Pre-Law Club (3, 4); Commerce 
Honors Program (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

LAMPLEY, CYNTHIA DIANE ... STEGER; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA 
f L 4v 'f n 'H n Commlttee Member (1, 2); Freshman Choir (1); Student Musicals 
(2); DB Club (1, 2). 

LAMSON, ROBERT ARROW, WEST SIMSBURY, CONNECTICUT; Bachelor of Archi- 

tecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; A. LA. (1, 4, 5); Ski Club (5). 

LANDES, PHILLIP LEE PARIS; B.S. in Agriculture; HOUSE OF COMMONS House 

1 resident (4); Tomahawk; Army Drum and Bugle Corps (1, 2); Field and Furrow 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



LANGDON, WILLIAM ERNEST ALGONQUIN; B.S. in Forestrv; DELTA SIGMA PHI- 

Tribe of Illim (2 3); Wrestling, Varsity Squad (2), Letter (2), Freshman Squad (1);' 
Ilhm foresters (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1). ' 

LANGENBERG DAVID LEE DECATUR; B.S in LAS, Zoology; Phi Eta Sigma; Russian 

Club (2, 3) ; James Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3) ; Indiana University. 

LANGLOSS, JOHN MILTON HENRY; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PSI UPSILON- The 

Daily mini (1); The ILLIO (2); Air Force ROTC, First Lieutenant. UraXljyJrt ' 

LANGREHR RICHARD JOHN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

Engineering; TRIANGLE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi- 
Sigma (.annua Tau; Illinois Technograph (2, 3, 4); Engineering Council (3, 4)- St Pat's' 
Ball Committee (3, 4), Major Chairman (4); American Institute of Aeronautics and 
Astronautics (4i; Young Republicans Club (2); Engineering Honors Program (1 2 3)- 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

LARKIN, THOMAS WILLIAM TOWANDA; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA KAPPA- 

Army ROTC, Cadet First Sergeant. 

LARSON, ALICE MARIE SHEFFIELD; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; ALPHA PHI- Shorter 

Board; Gamma Alpha Chi; Director, Illini Union Board (4); Major Chairman of Illini 
Union Committee (3); Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); University Chorus (1)- 
Greek Week Committee (2); Youn-r Republicans Club (2, 3); Iota Delta Pi (3, 4). 

LARSON, DONALD WILLIAM CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PHI GAMMA 

P> ™ A; Illlm Umon Committee Member (2); Intramural Council (3); Student Senate 
(2); IM Rec Board (3); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant. 

LARSON, GERALD ALLEN ROCHELLE; B.S. in Agriculture; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Gamma Sigma Delta; Agricultural Economics Club (3, 4). 

LARSON, JAMES RICHARD CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; DELTA TAU DELTA 

House President (4). 

LARSON, JAMES WEHRLY GLENWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering- Phi 

Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; A.I.Ch.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key. 

LARSON, RALPH EDWARD JOLIET; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; WESTON- IEEE 

(3, 4); I.S.P.E. (3, 4) ; Joliet Junior College. 

LARSON, RANDALL WILLIAM ALPHA; B.S. in Veterinary Medicine; NABOR HOUSE- 

Tomahawk; Alpha Zeta; Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2) ; Pre-Vet Club (2) ; Student Chapter 
Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4) ; Veterinary Medicine Honors Program (3) • 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Honors Day (2, 3). 



LATKA, ROY S VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO CHI. 

LAUCK, JOYCE MARIE BENSENVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; University Theatre Cast (3); Illini Readers (2, 3>;Cornell 
College. 

LAURENT, WILLIAM WAYNE SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., English- University 

Chorus (3, 4) ; Springfield Junior College. 

LAWTON, SANDRA WEIGLE DIXON; A.B. in L.A.S., French; German Club (4); Knox 

College. 

LEAF, DONALD JERRY SKOKIE; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU DELTA Pill; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Pin Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi, President (3); Beta 
Alpha Psi, President (4); Phi Alpha Mu; Sigma lota Epsilon; Illini Union Committee 
Member (2); Commerce Council (1); Accountancy Club (3, 4). President (I); .hum-.-. 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

LEAHY, JACQUELINE ELLEN BROOKFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S.. French ; ARBOR SUITES, 

House President (3); Illinois State University. 



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LEAVITT, LINDA JANE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; Al.l'II \ EPSILON 

I*III ; Illini I'niuii Committee Member '2); Campus Chest (2); Greek Week Committee 
(3). 

LECHNER, PATRICIA LUCILLE . . RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in L.A.S., Phvs- 

iology; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE, President (4); Omega Beta Pi. 

LEE, BARBARA JEAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Delta Phi; Honors Day (2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois. 



LEE, DANIEL CHARLES ATTICA, INDIANA; B.S. in Marketing; Sigma Iota Epsilon. 

President (4); Basketball, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); Society for the 
Advancement of Management (4); Commerce Honors Program (3); Honors Day (3). 

LEE, ROBERT ELIOT CHICAGO; B.S. in Recreation; PHI DELTA THETA; Junior 

Interfraternity Council (2); Swimming, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); 
Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); A.F.S. (3); American Recreational Society (3, 4), President (4). 

LEFCOURT, MICHELLE DIANE HIGHLAND PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALLEN; 

University Theatre Crew (1). 



LEFFERSON, SHAREN RAYE LAWRENCEVILLE; B.S. in Communications; 4-H 

HOUSE; The ILLIO (2); S.N.I.B. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

LEFFLER, BEVERLY JOAN NEWTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; DELTA 

DELTA DELTA; Shorter Board; Torch; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Man- 
ager (2, 3); University Theatre Crew (1). 

LEHNERER, JAMES MICHAEL BURNHAM; A.B. in L.A.S., History; Tribe of Illini 

(2, 3, 4); Wrestling, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3); Film Society (4). 

LELAND, SHARON KAY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; ARBOR SUITES; 

The Dailv Illini (3); Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); University Theatre Crew 
(4); Student Musicals (1); Illini Guide (3); Sno-Ball Committee (2). 

LEMAR, EARL RAY BATAVIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; The Daily Illini (2. 3, 4); I.P.C. Photography Staff (2, 3, 4); Illini Guide (2); 
Physics Society (3, 4); Physics Honors Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

LENKAITIS, ALBERT JOSEPH GRANVILLE; B.S. in Dairy Technology; NEWMAN; 

Agricultural Education Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Dairy Production Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Newman 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Illini Sportsman's Club (2). 



LENNERT, MARILYN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate Players; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini 
Union Committee Member (4); University Theatre Manager (3, 4); University Theatre 
Cast (3, 4) ; University Theatre Crew (3) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Homecoming Chairman (2); Activities Honorary (2). 

LENZO, JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Personnel Management; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

Illini Union Committee Member (4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3); Illini Guide (3). 



LEONARD. RICHARD EUGENE POTOMAC; 

LODGE; Field and Furrow (4). 



B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW 



LEONARD, SUE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoologv; DELTA DELTA DELTA; 

The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 4). 

LEPINSKY, NINA PARK FOREST; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha 

Chron; Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate Plavers; University Theatre Manager 
(2, 3); University Theatre Cast (1, 2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (I, 2, 3); Student 
Musicals (3); Folk Song Club (3); N.A.A.C.P. (2, 3); Young Democrats Club (1, 2). 

LESHNER, DONNA RAE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; INDECO; Illini 

Union Committee Member (4); W.P.G.U. (2); A.C.E. (4); Student National Education 
Association (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Students for a Democratic Society (2). 



LESNIAK, STANLEY JOSEPH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois; Geology Club (1, 2). 

LESTER, CAROLYN KAY LEWISTOWN; B.S. in General Engineering; ZETA TAU 

ALPHA; Pompons (1) ; Engineering Council (3, 4) ; St. Pat's Ball Committee (1) ; I.S.P.E. 
(4); Society of General Engineers (1, 2, 3, 4); Society of Women Engineers (1, 2, 3, 4), 
President (4) . 

LEUNG, CHUN-HING KOWLOON, HONG KONG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Chinese 

Students Club (3, 4) ; Honors Day (2) ; Northeastern Oklahoma A & M College; Southern 
Illinois University. 



LEUNG, KATHLEEN SUET-YING HONG KONG; B.F.A. in Art Education; DELTA 

HOUSE; Chinese Students Club (1); Home Economics Club (1). 

LEVICK, ANN GAIL .... SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE, House President (3); Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Guide (3); Uli-Sota (2, 3); 
Sociology Club (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

LEVIN, MICHAEL ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SIGMA ALPHA 

MU; Wa-Na-See; Star and Scroll; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta 
Kappa Nu; Phi Alpha Mu; The Daily Illini (1); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); 
Junior Interfraternitv Council (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (3, 4); Freshman 
Seminar (1); Illigreek (1, 2, 3), Editor (3); Greek Week Committee (2); Outstanding 
Greek (4); Engineering Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Bronze Tablet. 



gauze, and mercurochrome at local drugstores. 



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LEVINE, ELEANOR JEAN SKOKIE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES- 

James Scholar (2, 3, i). 

LEVINE, JERALD MAYER . . . CHICAGO, A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; Young Demo- 
crats Llub (4); Navy Put Extension of ths University of Illinois. 

LEVINSON, STEVEN IRWIN . CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club (3, 4); 

Finance. Club (3, 4); Roosevell University; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
or Illinois. 

LEVITAN, HOWARD MARTIN . . . SPRINGFIELD ; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ALPHA 

EPSILON PI; Mini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Tennis, Freshman Squad (1); 
Second Regimental Band (4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Circle K (2, 3, 4), President (4). 

LEVUN, CHARLES FAIFH . . . CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU DELTA PHI- Phi 
Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta' Alpha Psi; Phi Alpha Mu- 
fe't Pn S : > U '"Z"'' ( J","",' U ( , 3>l Commerce Honors Program (3, 4); Honors 
Daj (2, 3) , University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Bronze Tablet; Roosevelt Univers ty. 

LEWKE, ROBERT EDWARD LAGRANGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Biological and 

General Sciences; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; Sachem; Tribe of Illini (4) Tennis 
Varsity Squad (2), Letter (3, 4), Freshman Squad (1). ' ienms ' 



LI, KIN MAN . . .HONG KONG; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; Honors Day (2)- Sir George 
\\ llhams C ollege. 6 

LIEFER, ALLAN LEE EVANSVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; KING'S KASTLE. 

LIGON, LINDA^ANNE DECATUR; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; CHI 



ULEGDON JOHN CHAELES . , . . CICERO; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ILLINOIS STREET 
RESIDENCE; Ilhm Union Committee Member (3); Young Republicans Club (4)- 
Physics Society (4). 

L1NDBECK WENDELYN KAY DEKALB; B.S in Home Economics Education; SHER- 

WOOD LODGE; The ILLIO (3); Student Senate (3); Home Economics Council (4)- 
Home Economics Club (3, 4); Northern Illinois University. 

LINDER, JANE IFIS NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA; B.S. in Elementary Education- 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Student National Educat™ i Kciation 2?' 
University of Miami. 

LINDERMAN .JUDITH RAVEN. . . . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; BUSEY- 
Hil el foundation (3, 4); German Club (3, 4); Student National Education Association 
(1.2, 3, 4) ; i oung Democrats Club (3) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois- 
University Dance Committee (2); Student Zionist Organization (2); University Choir 

LINDGREN, JAMES PAUL . . . ORION; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO- Illini 
Union Committee Chairman (4); Illini Union Committee Member (2); S.N IB (3 41- 
Agricultural Judging Team (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

LINK, NANCY JOAN SKOKIE; B.S. in Physical Education; DELTA GAMMA; Terrapin 

(1); Greek Week Committee (2,3); Physical Education Majors Club (1,2,3 4)- U of I 
Scuba Club (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

LINSKY, RUTH ANN . . ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; CHI OMEGA; 

Alpha Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3)- LAS 
Council (3, 4) President (4); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); James Scholar (2 3 4)-' 
Honors Day (1, 2). " 

LIPKE, JAY MARTIN . .... BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Civil Engineering; DELTA CHI- Chi 
Epsilon; Illinois Technograph (2); A.S.C.E. (4); Honors Day (1). 

LIPPINCOTT^ PHILIP KAY PITTSFIELD; B.S. in Accountancy; Tomahawk; Accountancy 

LIPSKY, NOLAN SEYMORE . . CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; Campus Chest (2); Air 

I-orce ROTC Major; Scabbard and Blade (4); Marketing Association (2)- Youn<* 
Democrats Club (3). 

LITWIN, EUGENE DAVID . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; B.S. in Mechanical 

Engineering; Pin Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3); Marching 
Illini (2); Iirst Regimental Band (2); Second Regimental Band (1); A.S.M E (5)- 
S.A.E. (5); Honors Day (1, 4). 

LIVENGOOD REX LESLIE ... RIDGEFARM; B.S. in Education; FIRESIDE, House Presi- 
dent (3) ; Danville Jumor College. 

LIVESAY, ROBERT DOUGLAS ... CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Pistol Team (2, 3, 4); A.S.A.E. (3, 4); Rifle and Pistol Club (3, 4). 

LLOYD, ELISABETH ANN DOWNERS GROVE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social 

Studies; /EPA TAU ALPHA; The ILLIO (1); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Young 
Republicans Club (2, 3, 4). 

LOCANDER WILLIAM BERNARD BERWYN; B.S. in Marketing; PENNSYLVANIA 

«Y w , RE ?JP E . NC r E .i IM,n Si -" 111 Pi ; A rmy ROTC, Cadet Major; Phi Chi Eta 
(3); Northern Illinois University. 




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TOFRACH IOHN RICHARD SPRING VALLEY; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; 

LUt±5A ' A.LCh.E. (3, 4). President (3); St. Bede .Junior College. 

„„_„„. mtpttaft THOMAS LANSING; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronaut ical 

LOFERSKI, MICHAEI .WOIWS.. ^IA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Air Force KOTC, Cadet 
Captain; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (4). 

LOFFREDO, GERALD LOUIS WAUKEGAN; B S. in U.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

LU " STREET RESIDENCE; Wrestling, Varsity Squad (3). 



TOFTTTS WILLIAM EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PI KAPPA 

LOFTUS, WILLIAM tu^^ ^ .^ ^^ (g); Campus ch , st ^j, Intraral Council 4); 

A.S.M.E. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A.b.M.i:,. (.1, £). 

LOHNEIS PAUL EDWAPD HUNTLEY; B.S. in Accountancy; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 

' NUE RESIDENCE; Delta Sigma Pi; Accountancy Club (3, 4). 

inwr FLIZABETH SYDOW ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., Anthropology; LINCOLN 

LONG, ELIZ *^^ E B ^fi)ENCE; Shorter Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; Mask and Bauble; 
University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3, 4); Anthro- 
pology Club (4). 



LONG, KELLY DEAN HILLSBORO; B.S. in Accountancy; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Accountancy Club (3, 4). 

LOSHAK-KOROGODSKY, RUBEN . 
E.E. (4). 



. CHAMPAICN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E. 

LUCCHESE FRANK JOSEPH . . CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

'A. I. A. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

LUCKETT MARY EDITH TOULON; A.B. in L.A.S Teaching of Spanish; KAPPA 

LVL ' DELTA, House President (4); Mortar Board; Torch; Sigma Delta P.; Panhellenic- 

WISA. Coordinating Committee (4); Student Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); Major Committee 

of Student Senate (2, 3, 4); Universitv Senate Committee (41; Freshman Seminar (1); 

illi.ii G.."!p (3)1 Chevron (2, 3); Spanish Club (2, 3, 4) ; James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors 

Day (3). 

LUDINGTON, KENNETH CHARLES OAK PARK; B.S. in L.AS., Teaching of Social 

Studies; KAPPA SIGMA, House President (3); Honors Day (3); Cornell College. 

tttfpk- onr.FP WTLSON CANTON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.B. in L.A.S. , 

LUECK, R °GER _ WILSON . i . iNbi&VgTREEi , REg . Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 

i.- 1n ,,, Phi- W P G U (1, 2, 3, 4); Concert Band (3, 4); Marching Ilhm (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Krst Regimental Band (1, 2, 3); Illinois Technograph (1, 2, 3, 4); I.E.E.E. (4); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; Canton Community College. 



LUECKE, ALBERT WILLIAM WATSEKA; B.S. in Agriculture; SIGMA TAU GAMMA. 

LUECKE, BRIAN JON CRETE; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; SU CASA; Pre-Vet Club (1). 

LUEKER, ELMER LOUIS WORDEN; B.S. in Engineering Physics; ALPINE LODGE; 

Physics Society (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

LUETTICH, SUSAN LYNN OSWEGO; A.B. in L.A.S Teaching of Social Studies; SHER- 
WOOD LODOE; Student Senate (2); Freshman Seminar (1); James Scholar (1, Z). 

LUND, CHARLES EDMOND CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA- Junior Interfraternity Council (1); University Chorus (1); Greek Week 
Committee (2); Portuguese Club (2, 3); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

LUNDE, MARK WILLIAM CAMBRIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Omega Beta Pi; 

James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

LUNDIN GERALD EARL ROCKFORD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

LUSCOMBE, GEORGE ALBERT, JR CLINTON; B.S. in Accountancy; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Alpha Psi; Sigma Iota Epsilon, 
Commerce Council (2); Illini Guide (3); Commerce Honors Program (2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

MACHALEK JAMES OTTO BERWYN; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; PEABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (3). 



MACINTYRE, DONALD KENNETH, JR ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Electrical 

Engineering; Mac Murray College; North Park College. 

MACK PAUL EDWARD ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Management; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; 

Greek Week Committee (3); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4). 

MACNEIL MARGARET ANN MANTENO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; CLARK; Sociology 

' Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2); Millikin University; Alpha Chi Omega; French 
Club (1). 




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MACPHERSON, SABRA SUE 



ii i » ;,Pi.J C ^ G0; BS ; T in Elementary Education; ARBOR 

KSIV ^ University; Navy Pier Extension of 



the 



MADSEN, PHILLIP . . .PERU; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; PI KAPPA ALPHA- Sachem- 
Star and Scroll; Campus Chest (1, 2); Honors Day (1). ™' 

MAHLKE, RUSSELL JAMES . . . CHICAGO; BS in Mining Engineering; THETA XI; The 
Republicans ; ClT?4>'. (D ; A.I.Ch.E. (1); I.S.P.E. (4); M.I.S. (4); Young 



MAJEWSKI EUGENE THEODORE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications: ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (3, 4); WILL (3, 4) ; Television Workshop (2, 3, 4). 

MAKULA, JEAN ELIZABETH STAUNTON; A.B. in L.A.S., English; EVANS- Illini 

Choi? S? mmittee Membe * < 4 >i University Theatre Crew (2) ; Y.W.C.A. (1); University 

MALIS, SUSAN ; LINDA CHICAGO; A .B i„.L.A.S.. Teaching of Social Studies; PHI 

m P ni n b Tl , e \ jL P 5- 1); r hni Umon Co '»'» i "ee Member CD; Campus Chest 

(1), Panhellenic Rush Evaluation Committee (3); Young Democrats Club (1). 



MALLIN, ROBERT JOHN . . ROSELLE NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Communications; GRA- 
Jamls ScholS ; fD Re 2™ental Band (3, 4); Mathematics Honors Program (I, 2); 

MASON, CONN^ JOE ve . nue . AH^D MISSOURI; BS ^o^^^^^ 

(4); Wheelchair Basketball (3); Wheelchair Football (3)7 g Oraloron 

MANCHESTER MARGARET WESTBORO, MASSACHUSETTS; A.B in L \ S English- 

DELTA DELTA DELTA; Illini Guide (3); Goucher College. English, 



MANGERS, DENNIS LEE . .. . . . AURORA; B.S. in Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

Club (3 i) ' ' det Captain; Illini Agricultural Mechanization 

MANNEL, PHYLLIS MAE . EVANSTON; B.S. in Education; VAN DOREN; Young Demo- 

ciats Club (3, 4); Western Michigan University. 

MANNS, MARY LESLIE . . GODFREY; BS in Home Economics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Home Economics Club (3, 4); Newman Club (3, 4); Mount St. Scho- 
lastics College. 



MANSFIELD SEYMOUR JAY GLENCOE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3); N.A.A.C.P. (4) ; Pre-Law Club (4); Karate Kai (3)7Ski Club (4). 

MANWARING JAMES FREDERICK -TUSCOLA; B.S in Civil Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Chi Epsilon; Engineering Council (3); A.S.C.E. (3); Honors 
lJ3.y ( 1 , 2.) . 

MARCONI, JOSEPH MICHAEL JOLIET; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; HOPKINS; Joliet 

Junior College. 

MARCUS, MICHELLE PAULA . . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; ILLINOIS STREET 
RESIDENCE; Folk Song Club (4); Spanish Club (1); Honors Day (3). 

MARKS, LINDA JOY CHICAGO; B.S in Home Economics; INDECO; University Theatre 

Crew (4); W.P.G.U. (2) ; A.C.E. (4); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Chicago Teachers 
College. 

MARMA, VICTOR CLIFFORD . . . . ROCKFORD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ORCHARD 
DOWNS, House President (2); I.E.E.E. (4). 



MAROVITZ, WILLIAM A. . . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; TAU EPSILON 

PHI; Illini Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre Cast (3); University 
I neat re Crew (2) ; Intramural Council (3); Tennis, Freshman Squad CD: Hillel Founda- 
tion (3, 4). 



MARSHALL, CHARLES MORRIS ORION; B.S. in Agricultural Engineerin» 

STREET RESIDENCE; A.S.A.E. (4). 



ILLINOIS 



MARSHO, STEPHEN CHARLES MOLINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Finance; Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (2); M.I.A. Executive Council (3); Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (3); Illini Guide (3). 



MARTH, JOANNE SUE KANKAKEE; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Newman Club (I, 2); Young Republicans Club (4). 

MARTIN, CHARLES EVERETT MOUNT VERNON; B.S. in L A S Zoology U3ACIA- 

Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Marching Illini (1, 2, 3, 4). 

MARTIN, JOHN ROBERT LOUISVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; Sigma Delta Chi- S N I B 

(1, 2, 3); WILL (4); Young Democrats Club (3)< 



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MARTIN, THOMAS PETER CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; ARM OR\ HOI .-J -.; 

Phi Epsilon Kappa; I.A.S. (4); Physical Education -Majors Club (2, 3, 4); Physical 
Education Honors Program (3, 1); Honors Daj (3, 4) ; 1 mversity of Illinois Sclio kirship 
Key; Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois. 

MARTINICH, ROBERT GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; American Institute of 
Aeronautics and Astronautics (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the C niversity of Illinois; 
I.E.E.E. ' 1, 2); A..S.M.E. (1). 

MATE, DUANE PETER BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; GARNER; 

A.F.S. (3); A.S.M.E. (3); Lyons Township Junior College. 

MATHEWS, CONSTANCE LEE IACKSONVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; KAPPA 

KAPPA GAMMA; DB Club (1); Young Republicans Club (1). 

MATHEWS, TERRENCE ANTHONY PRAIRIE DU ROCHER; B.S. in Agriculture; 

CALHOUN; The Daily Illini (1, 2, 3, 4); Newman Club (1, 2); Agricultural Economics 
Club (3, 4).' 

MATHIESON, DONALD JOHN DES PLAINES; B.S. in Economics; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Y.M.G.A. 
(3); Commerce Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



MATKOVICH, KENNETH PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. 

(3, 4). 
MATLIN, ROBERTA SUE . . . .. MORTON GROVE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; LAUREL HOUSE; 

Illini Guide (2); Young Democrats Club (3). 

MATTENHEIMER SABINE JOANN DEERFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; 

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; DB Club (4); Young Republicans Club (4). 

MATTESON JOHN HENDLEY MORRIS; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Illini Union Committee Member (1. 2, 3); Intramural Manager (1, 2); Hoof and Horn 
Club (1); Agriculture Honors Program (1). 

MATTHEWS, WILLIAM FLOYD PARIS; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Eastern Illinois 

University. 

MAURER ANN FRANCES BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Communications; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA- Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily Illini (3) ; Major Chairman of Illini Union 
Committee (3, 4); Illini Union Committee Member (2); Pompons (1); Guidons (2); 
Honors Day (2). 



MAYBERRY GERALD WAYNE MCLEANSBORO; B.S. in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; 

Tomahawk; Agricultural Education Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Field and Furrow (1, 2); Honors 
Day (I). 

MAYES MARCIA LIN MOUNT PROSPECT; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

DELTA PI; The Daily Illini (2); University Theatre Crew (2, 3). 

MAYNARD, ROGER EARL FREEPORT; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; 

A. I. A. (1, 2, 3); Young Republicans Club (1). 

MCALLISTER, RONALD TIMOTHY WAUKEGAN; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; 

TOWN HOUSE; Illini Pentecostal Fellowship (3); N.A.A.C.P. (4); Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois; Honors Day (2). 

MCARDLE JUDY ANN DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; EVANS HALL; Alpha 

' Lambda Delta- Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Chi; Psychology Honors Program 
(1, 2, 3, 4);. James Scholar (1,2,3,4); Honors Day (1,2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key. 



MCCALL, JAMES REID EVANSTON; B.S. in L.A.S. 

AVENUE RESIDENCE. 



Mathematics; PENNSYLVANIA 



MCCARTHY JOSEPH TERRENCE ELM WOOD PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; GREGORY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Saint Mary's College. 

MCCLAYTON, WILLIAM R PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Finance; SIGMA CHI; Basketball 

Manager (1); Air Force ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Accountancy Club (4); Finance 
Club (3, 4). 

MCCLELLAND, RONALD KENT STILLWELL; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA 

RHO; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Intra- 
mural Council (2, 3, 4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Intramural Manager (2, 3, 4) ; 
Senior Intramural Manager (4); Agricultural Council (3, 4); Greek Week Committee 
(2)- Agricultural Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Agricultural Judging Team (3, 4); Hoof and 
Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



MCCLINE, RICHARD LEROY ROBBINS; B.S. in Zoology; KAPPA ALPHA PSI, House 

President (4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1). 

MCCLOSKEY, RAYMOND MICHAEL LANSING; A.B. in L.A.S. .History; TAU KAPPA 

EPSILON- Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; llhm Union 
Board (4), President (4); Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); llhm Union Program 
Board (3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

MCCLURE CONSTANCE ALLEN ALEDO; B-S. in Marketing; DELTA GAMMA; Illini 

Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (1, 2). 



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MCCRYSTAL JAMES PATRICK BROADVIEW; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; GRANADA; 

tomahawk; Illim Union Committee Member (2). 

MCFALLS, SHEILA KAY . ROCK FALLS; B.S. in LAS., Teaching of Mathematics; CHI 

OMEGA; Alpha ( hron; Ill.ni I nion ( ommittee CI. airman (4); Illim Union Committee 
Member (3); L.A.S. < ouncil (2, 3, 4); Greek Week Committee (3); Plowbov Prom 
< ommittee (1, 2). 

MCGEE, GEORGE KNIGHTON LOVES PARK; Bachelor of Architecture; TRIANGLE- 

A.I.A. (1); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (2). 

MCGILL, STEPHEN ALAN TOULON; B.S. in Agriculture; Sigma Delta Chi; S.N.I.B. 

MCGLASHAN JOAN ELIZABETH WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA 

DELTA PI; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Mu Phi Epsilon; Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (2); Star Course Manager (11; University Choir (2. 3, 4); Women's 
Glee ( lub (2, 3); Madrigal Chorus (3); Freshman Choir (1); James Scholar (12 3 4)- 
Honors Day (1, 2. 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

MCGUIRE, HOWARD, JR CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Honors Day (1). 



MCILVOY, DAVID W GRANITE CITY; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; NEWMAN 

House President (4); Air Force ROTO, Colonel; Pershing Rifles (4). 



MCKAYLE, MAURICE LOTHIAN CORNWALL MOUNTAIN, JAMAICA- 

Agriculture. 



B.S. 



MCLAUGHLIN, JOHN L LOMBARD; B.S. in Accountancy; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Delta Sigma Pi. 

MCLEAN, JOHN BARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; DELTA CHI 

House President (4) ; Delta Sigma Pi; Intramural Council (3); Junior I 



Council (1); Military Ball Ci 
Ensign; Navy Council (3, 4) 
(2. 3, 4). 



.. interfraternity 
..mittee (3, 4); St. Pat's Ball Committee (2); NROTC, 
Phalanx (4); A.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4); Marketing Association 



MCNAMARA, PATRICIA JEAN CHICAGO; A.B. 

University of Toledo. 



in L.A.S. , Latin American Studies; 



MCNOWN, LYNNE ELLEN GLENVIEW; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

&1UMA KAPPA, House President (4); Mortar Board, President (4); Torch- Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Omega Beta Pi; The ILLIO (2 3)- 
Ilhin I mon Committee Member (1); University Theatre Crew (4)- James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



MCPHERSON, MARGARET ANN MORTON GROVE; B.S. in Education; CHI OMEGA- 

Newman Club (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (1, 2). 

MCREYNOLDS, WARREN EARL PEORIA; B.S. in Agriculture. 

MEACHAM, WILLIAM STOCKTON WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK; B.S. in Recreation; 

Illini Union Committee Member (2); American Recreational Society (1, 2, 3, 4). 

MEAD, CHARLES HENRY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PHI DELTA 

THETA; Interfraternity Executive Council (3); Interfraternity Program Board (3) • 
Illini Guide (3), Chairman (3); Air Force ROTC, Major; Phalanx (3); Young Demo- 
crats Club (3) ; Valparaiso University. 

MEAGHER, PHILIP ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; DELTA UPSLLON- 

Omega Beta Pi; Illim I mon Committee Chairman (2, 3); Illini Union Committee 
Member (1); Greek Week Committee (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3). 

MEGACZ, JOANNE DOROTHY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PHILEA; A.I.I.E., 

A.I.S. (3); James Scholar (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

MEILLER, CAROL ANN ELMHURST; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; KAPPA 

ALPHA THETA; Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Star Course Manager (1, 2); Junior 
PanheUenic (1,2); Panhellenic Executive Council (1,2,3,4), President (4); Panhellenic- 
WISA Coordinating Committee (3, 4); Board of Panhellenic Affairs (3, 4); Council on 
Student Affairs (4); Social Studies Honors Program (2,3,4); James Scholar (1,2,3,4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

MEINHARDT, HEIDI LORETTA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Student Senate (2); Dolphins 
Ml; German Club (3, 4); Northern Illinois University; Wright Junior College. 

MEISTER, DIETER DOLTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Phi Alpha; German Club 
(3, 4); Honors Day (3); Thornton Junior College. 

MELLOR, KATHLEEN ELIZABETH ITASCA; Occupational Therapy; PHI MU; Illi- 

Sota (3, 4); Illini Readers (3,4); Young Republicans Club (3); Kansas State College- 

I', 1... hurst College. 

MENIETTI, ROBERT ERNEST TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering- DELTA 

SIGMA PHI; Star and Scroll; I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4). 

MERKELO, STEPHANIE 

GAMMA; Pi De 



. . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; A.B. in L.A.S., Russian 
Ha Phi; Ukrainian Students Association (2); French Club (3); Navj 



Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 




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MERLANDER SUSAN FREVA .CHICAGO ^in L A^gl|; ALPHA EP^ 

of 'the Umversity of Illinois; Student Education Association (1, 2); James Scholar 
1 1, 2); Honors Day ( 1, 2). 

»^r,ir-r^ 4 tots ANNF PALATINE; U.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; SIGMA KAPPA; 

MERUT ^' m m S ul"n CommiWeiMember (2); Campus Chest (3, 0; A.I.Ch.E. (2); Young 
Democrats Club (2, 3). 

■ .-citim™ town TFSIIF MAYWOOD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA 

MESKIMEN,^ JOHN t LESLIE Ta ,; Si ^ \ rt ME / (4) . Honors Day (1); Navj Pie. Extension 

of the Universitj of Illinois. 

wp-MAN CAROLYNNE ANN SHELDON; B.S. in Home Economics; SIGMA KAPPA; 

MESSMAN UKUumtA ^ [.- () „ndati<m ,4); PUnvboj Prom Committee 

(1 2) \ C E. (3 4), PresiL-ni (4.; II ...» ■ E -onomics ( Hub (1, 2, 3, I) ; Student National 

Education Association (2); Young Republicans (1, 2, 3, 4). 

mfvfr DALE LAWRENCE MANHATTAN; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Alpha 

MEYER, DA fcf t V Agricultural Economies Club (3. 4); Agricultural Judging Team (3); Field and 
Furrow (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

MFYFR GERALD STANLEY CHEBANSE; B.S. in Agriculture; BETA SIGMA PSI; 

MEYER, eB ^"nd Scroll; Uoiversity Theatre Manager (2); University Theatre Crew (2). 

mtphaii nv<? KIRILS CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; PEABODY 

MICHAILOVS^KmiLS^.^^^^^^^^^.^ goocer club (3) . Nayy p . er Extension of the Um . 

versity of Illinois; Swimming, Letter (2). 

MTDDLETON TOHN PAGE ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

MIDDLE1U ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the 

University of Illinois. 
MirfF c FRANK WILIIAM TR ... . HOMEWOOD; B.S. in Economics; ILLINOIS STREET 
MimS ' F RESmENCET M R.H.A. Judicial Board (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats <3); Honors 

Day (3). 



MIKLOSH GERALD LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; PHI SIGMA EPSILON; 

MIKLOSH, <g£^ c (4 w.p.o.u. (3) . Filra Society (3); Humanist Society 4); Russian 

Club (4); Physics Society (4); Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; 

Chicago City Junior College. 

MILLER ALAN PAUL OMAHA, NEBRASKA; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; DELTA 

EPSILON; Air Forse ROTC, First Lieutenant. 

MILLER BETH ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Music Education; Sigma Alpha Iota, Presi- 
dent (4); Oratorio Society (1, 2); Honors Day (2, 3). 



MILLER, HOWARD MAYER CHICAGO; B.S. in Engineering Physics; James Scholar 

(4) ■ Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Physics Honors Program (1,2, 6) , 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2); University of Illinois at Chicago Circle; 
Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

MILLER, JOHN EDWARD ILLIOPOLIS; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; SNYDER 

House President (3); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3, 4); Mini Guide (4); St. Pats 
Ball Committee (1); A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

MTTTFR TULE THEODORA DEKALB; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ALPHA 

' J OMICRON PI- Phi Upsilon Omicron; University Theatre Crew (2 3); Mini .Guide 
(3) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (1); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

MILLER, MARJORIE JEAN BALBOA, CANAL ZONE; B.S in LAS., Zoology; BUSEY; 

' Alpha Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Lhni Guide (2); James Scholar 
(1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

MILLER MARY ELLEN BELLEVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; LEEMAN LODGE; 

Campus Chest (3, 4) ; Belleville Junior College. 

MILLER, RAYMOND WILLIAM TONICA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E. (4); 

La Salle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College. 

MILLER, ROSS MERRILL SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S. Political Science; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Air Force ROTC, Cadet Major; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); I.A.S. (1, 2). 

MILLER, STEVEN PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; THETA XL 

MILLS THOMAS ROBERT PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda 
Upsilon; Illini Union Committee Member (2); A.I.Ch.E. (1, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 
3 4)- Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



MILTON, JACQUELINE RUTH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON; Y.M.C.A. (3); Student Musicals (3); Greek Week Committee (2, 3). 

MILTON, MATTIE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; Navy Pier Extension of the 

University- of Illinois. 

MINER, WILLIAM LEO RIDGEWAY; B.S. in L.A.S., Physiology. 




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MITCHELL, BERTHA LOUISE . . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; LINCOLN AVE- 

NUE RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (4); Orchesis (1, 2); S.N.C.C. (1 2)- 
MrTrwPTT Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. ' U> ^' 

MITCHELL DIANA DALE GREENUP; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English- ALPH\ 

PHI; University Theatre Crew (1); Chevron (1, 2, 3, 4). ^rriA 

MITCHELL, NANCY LYNNE KANKAKEE; A.B in LAS., History; LINCOLN AVE- 

1NL.K, KliMJJENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Beloit College. 



. . EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S in Civil Engineering; Chi Ep- 



MITCHELL, RONALD RUSSELL 

filon; A.S.C.E. (4). 

MOCKAITIS Xi JOHN PETER GEORGETOWN; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; CHI PSI; 

MODICA, BARBARA JEAN .... BAILEYVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English- 
McKINLEl, President (3); Freeport Community College. ^ngnsn, 



MOELLER, JOHN ROBERT CHICAGO; Bachelor of Urban Planning; Air Force ROTC 

Major; Pershing Rifles (1, 2); Forsite Club (2, 3, 4). ' 

MOHIP, BALDEO . . CHARLES STREET, TRINIDAD; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology Wright 

Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; International Club 

MOHR, FREDERICK MELVIN . . . HOMER; B.S. in Agriculture; MEDEA; Army ROTC 

Ho n Club tl n; 2 r H m l'> D v' m Bn £ Bu fi'- e Cor R1 £■*( 3 ' 4) ' Commander (4); Hoof and 
riorn t^luo (1, 2, 6, 4); Young Republicans Club (4). 



MOHR, JON ERNST . ALLERTON; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Association (3, 4)- 

College Con, P uter Management (4); Valparaiso University; Danville Junior 

MOLZAHN, FRED WALTER ..CHICAGO; B.S, in Mechanical Engineering; HENDRICK 

(2 3) Honors Da'- (lV Y Ext ension of the University of Illinois; A.S.M.E. 

MONTERASTELLI, JULIUS JERRY OTTAWA; B.S. in Forestry; PSI UPSILON, House 

President (4) ; Campus Chest (2) ; Dolphins (2) ; Illini Foresters (2, 3, 4) ; U. of I. Scuba 
Ulub (6); Purdue University. 

MONTGOMERY, B WILLARp A G. pHA . . . LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; 

MOOBERRY EDDIE STEVEN MACKINAW; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ARMORY 

riUCSJi; James Scholar (2, 3, 4). 

MOORE, CLARK D. LOMBARD; BS in L.A.S., Zoology; EVANS SCHOLARS; Omega 

Beta Pi; I.P.C. Photography Staff (2, 3); W.P.G.U. (1, 2); ROTC Marching Band <3 . 



MOORE, ROGER DEAN . MONTICELLO, INDIANA; Bachelor of Landscape Archi- 

tecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; Star and Scroll; Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); 
University Chorus (1, 2); Forsite Club (2, 3, 4); University of Wisconsin. 

MORETZ, ELKABETH CAROL . PRINCETON; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA 
7 id ; , ,, a > mI T'; a Alp J? a Chl ; Ilhm Union Committee Chairman (2); Second Regi- 
mental Band ( 1 ); Home Economics Council (2); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

MORRIS, ELLENJEAN . . EVERGREEN PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; Y.M.C.A. 

tJ, 4); Campus Chest (3) ■ Newman Foundation Executive Council (1). 



MORRIS, PHILLIP WETHERILL LANSING; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; BETA THET \ 

1 J; Freshman Seminar (1); Air Force ROTC, Major; Young Republicans Club (1, 2). 

MORMSON JANE LOUISE ... NEW LENOX; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; AI.IMI V 
OMICRON PI: Pompons (1) ; llhgreek (3); Orchesis (1); Angel Flight (3, 41; Folk 
Song Club (3); Irench Club (2, 3, 4); Gymnastics Club (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

MORROW, MARDA RACHEL NEWMAN; B.S. in Physical Education; PI BETA Pill 

licTns'nub i 4 S ' S :i); Physioal Kdlu "><»'» Majors club (3, 4); Young Repul 

MOSES, MARVIN CHARLES . CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Actuarial Science; .lames Scholar 

(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

MOSHER, PAULA SUE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; UIBOB SUITES. 

MOSS, GARY CURTIS TAYLORVILLE; A.B. in I..A.S., PoUtioal Science; STOMA CHI 

i in bta Sigma; Star Course Manager (1, 2); Freshman Seminar (1); Baseball. Fresh 
man Squad (l); James Scholar (1); Honors Day UK 



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villian at the local flick— the Union Movies. 




MOSS, VICKY LYNN CANTON; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ZETA TAIj ALPHA, 

House President (4); Phi Fpsilon Omicron; Illini t nion ( onim.ttee Men, >er 1, 2, 3 , 

Campus Chest ,1,2,; [Mini Guide (1.2); Greek .Week ( '' ' 7V 7 ' 'V ; . • M , . 

Committee ,:;, ; Si. Pat's Hall C i.uttee ,2 , ; II ■ Lconomicsf luh (1,2, ... I), Honors 

Day (1). 

MOTTAR, JOHN ALFRED, JR EDWARDSVILLE; A.B in LA S., Hist ory, CIII PHI; 

Second Regimental Band (1, 2, 3); University Choir (2, 3, 4); Madrigal Chorus (3), 
Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4). 

MOTTINGER, NEIL ALMON YORKVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Astronomy; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3); 

Second Regimental Band (2); Joliet Junior College. 

MOY CLEMENT . . HONG KONG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Georgia Institute of Technology. 

MOY MONTGOMERY Y. K HONG KONG; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A..S.C.E. (3, 4); 

Chinese Students Club (3, 4); Hartnell College; Navy Pier Extension of the University 

of Illinois. 
MOYER, RONALD LEE CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S. Speech; Mask and Bauble; National 

Collegiate Players; Illini Union Committee Member (12); University Theatre Cast 

'1 2 3 4)- University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Tennis, Freshman Squad (1); Film Society 

(3). ' 



MROZEK, PATRICIA ANN CHICAGO HEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

DELTA GAMMA; The ILLIO (1); Illini Lnion Committee Member (2). 

MROZEK RONALD ALFRED CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; GREGORY DRIVE 

MKU ' RESIDENCE, House President (3); Newman Club (3); Army ROTC, Captain; Honors 

Day (1). 

MUELLER GERALD KURT MT. RAINIER, MARYLAND; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

' Chi Gamma Iota; I.E.E.E. (3, 4). 

MUELLER PATSY WINIFRED BELLEVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ALLEN; 

MUJi ' Y WC.A (3 4); Campus Chest (3); Illini Guide (3); German Club (3, 4); Belleville 

Junior College; Phi Theta Kappa. 

MULDOWNEY WENDY ANN CLARENDON HILLS; B.S. in Physical Education; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Physical Education Majors Club (3, 4) ; Monmouth 

College. 
MULFORD, NICKI MARYANN STREATOR; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; GAMMA 

PHI BETA- Shi-Ai; University Theatre Manager (2); University Theatre Last 11) j 

University Theatre Crew (1, 2) ; Junior Panhellenic (1); Young Republicans Club (3); 

Sigma Alpha Eta (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4). 



MULLEN, ROBERT P FARMER CITY; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science ; PHI DELTA 

THETV Ma-Wan-Da; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; iribe 
of Illini (2, 3, 4); Track, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

MUNTON NORRIS WAYNE PEORIA; B.S. in Food Science; Tomahawk; Plowboy Prom 

' Committee (1); Sno-Ball Committee <1); Association of Food Technologists (2, 4). 

MURPHY, GORDON ROYAL CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Association 

(2, 3, 4) ; Arizona State University. 

MURPHY PATRICIA COLLEEN CANTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; University Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre Cast 
(4); University Theatre Crew (3); Student Musicals (3); Canton Junior College. 

MUSIKANT, JERALD DAVID LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Navy Pier 

'Extension of the University of Illinois. 

MUSSELMAN, ROGER ALLEN MORTON; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Dairy- 
Production Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3); Pre-Vet Club (1). 



MYERS, LYNNE KAY ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; THE MANSION; Shorter 

Board; Delta Sigma Rho, President (4); Illini Guide (2, 3); Illini Forensic Association 
(3, 4), President (3). 

NAKAGAWA, ROBERT YOSHIO CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (4); Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois. 

NANCE, BARBARA ANN TALLULA; B.S. in Education; KAPPA DELTA; A.C.E. (4); 

Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Monmouth College. 

NAPOLI, CHARLES ANTHONY URBANA; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (3, 4); 

Southern Illinois University. 

NARCISI, MARIA THERESA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish 
Club (3, 4), President (4); Student National Education Association (3); Honors Day 
(3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; Student National Education Association (2); Spanish Club (1, 2); Honors 
Day (1, 2). 

NARDI, PATRICK JOSEPH LINCOLNWOOD; Bachelor of Urban Planning; HOPKINS; 

Forsite Club (2, 3, 4). 



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NARTEN, SUSAN LEE LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (4); Lyons Township Junior College. 

NATHAN, ELLEN JO CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA TAU; 

Campus C best (2). 

NATHAN, JOAN BARBARA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; TAFT; Biologv Honors 

Program (3, 4); Honors Day 11, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

NAVIN, ROBIN ANN MOUNTAIN LAKES, NEW JERSEY; A.B. in L.A.S. History 

ALPHA PHI; History Honors Program (3, 4); Hood College. 

NEALAND, RUTH ANN LA SALLE; B.S. in L.A.S.. Teaching of Mathematics; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Student Senate (4); Illim Guide (4); La Salle- 
Peru-Oglesby Junior College. 

NEAVILL, ARTHUR THOMAS ATHENS; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA- 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education Club (4); Dairy Production Club (4); Dairy 
Technology Society (3, 4). 

NEIRYNCK, ROBERT WAYNE BLOOMINGTON; A.B. in L.A.S., History; Young Demo- 
crats Club (4); Newman Chili f3); University of Notre Dame. 

NELSON, BONNIE SUE CENTRALIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; The ILLIO (1); Murray State College. 

NELSON, CHARLES FREDERICK. ... .PEORIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; GREGORY 

NELSON, JONLEE GEORG . . . HIGHLAND PARK; A.B. in L.A.S.. Philosophy; KAPPA 
DELIA; Major ( hairman of Illini Union Committee (3, 4); Illini Union Committee 
Chairman (2. 3); Ilhm Union Committee Member (2); Young Republicans Club (2 3 4V 
Conservative Coordinating Council (3, 4). 

NELSON, NORMAN ROY BOWEN; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; ALPHA DELTA PHI 

House President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Sigma Alpha; Illini Union Committee Member 
(3, 4 ; \ -M.C.A. (2, 3 4); Student Senate (2, 3); Marching Illini (1,2); First Regimental 
Band (1, 2); ioung Republicans Club (2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

NELSON, RICHARD WILLIAM MANLIUS; B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE. 

NELSON, SANDRA GRACE WOOD DALE; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR SUITES- 

Gamma Alpha Chi; Elmhurst College. 

NELSON, SHARON LYNN . . ... EL PASO, TEXAS; B.S. in the Education of Mentally Handi- 
capped Children; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Illini Guide (2)- 
Honors Day (2). " 

NELSON, TERRY ALAN . ROSELLE; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Association (3 4)- 

Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Wright Junior College. 

NEMMERS, WILLIAM ELMER LE MARS, IOWA; Bachelors of Architecture; ALPHA 

KriO LH1; A.I.A. (2, 3, 4); Marquette University. 

NESS, ARNOLD RUEBEN . .SHAWANO, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (2 3 4)- Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

NETT, GLORIA SUSAN .... SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; TAFT; Illini Guide (3)- 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



NEUMANN, JANET GAYLE PETERSBURG; B.S. in Elementary Education; 4-H HOUSE • 

S.N. LB. (2); Chevron (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3); Honors Day (1). 

NICHOLES, DANIEL RICHARD DANVILLE; A.B. in L A S Russian- ILI INOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Air Force ROTC, Cadet First" Lieu tenant; 1 Arnold 5£sE2& 
(3, 4); Russian Club (3, 4). ' 



NICHOLS, DAVID CARL PEORIA; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering 

Captain; M.I.S. (3, 4). 



Air Force ROTC. 



NICHOLS, VICTORIA RAYE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; EVANS- 

Omega Beta Pi; Ilhm Guide (3, 4); N.A.A.C.P. (1, 2, 3, 4); S.N.C.C. (3); Young Demo- 
cnits OIUO (o). 

NICHOLSON CHRIS JOHN OAK PARK; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (4)- Navy 

I ler Extension of the University of Illinois. 

NICKOLS, CAROLYN LEA . .LINCOLN; A.B. in L.A.S., French; DELTA GAMMA; The 

ll.l.lO (1); University I heat re Crew (1). 




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„,-.,.„. nriNNTF KAY JOLIET; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA 

NIELAND, BOHIOT KAY • roLI^l^ (1 ). Star Course Manager (1, 2); Junior 

ParkeUeiiio (1); Student Senate (1); Chevron (2, 3); Honors Day (2). 
NIELSEN SHARON LEE MOLINE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE. 

attcc rrvvrT? mA TRENTON' B.S. in Home Economics Education; 4-H HOUSE. House 

NIES, JOYCE IDA . . . 1 Kl- N i ^ > Upsilon Omieron; S.N.I.R. (3>; Home 1 Economics 

CouicU hh Sno3aU Committee (2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1). 



NI^nN STEVEN G SKOKIE; B.S. in Communications; The Dai y Ilhni (2) ; Ilhni Union 

NISON, STEVfcW O.^. M - (m j |( ' r ( . ji; W.P.G.U. (2. 3, 4); Television Workshop (3, 4); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois; Pier Illnu (1). 

NIXON HUGH WILLIAMS, JR CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE; B.S. in Agriculture; 

SCOTT; Air Force ROTC, Major; Thornton Junior College. 

iMflRI V NANCY LISA WHEATON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; EVANS; Alpha 

NOBLE, HAHCYUM... . Paiihellenic-WISA Coordinating Committee (3); Oratorio 

Society (2 3); Freshman Choir (1); English Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James 

Scholar (1, 2. 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



wnTTFR TTNDA KAY CENTRALIA; B.S. in Elementary Education; Alpha Lambda 

NULL*.*, ^ig^*_ AVK - —. gtudent Nationa l Education Association (4); Young Democrats 

Club (1, 2, 4); Honors Day (1). 

NORDIN GERALD LEROY KIRKLAND; B.S. in Forestry; WHITEHALL; Ilhni Foresters 

(1, 2, 3, 4). 

NORDLOF, LAWRENCE VICTOR EVANSTON; A.B. in U.S., Economics; HILLTOP 

HOUSE; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Freshman Choir (1). 



NORMENT MARY BETH COLFAX; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; WESCOGA, 

' Illini Un.on Committee Member (3); Disciple of Christ Foundation Executive Council 
(3, 4), President (4); United Christian Fellowship Executive Board (4); Spanish Club 
I 3J 4)'; S.A.E. (4); Illinois State University. 

NORRIS MARY JANET LEBANON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; ILLINOIS 

" ' STREET RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Delta Phi; Uni- 

versity Choir (2, 3, 4); Freshman Choir (1). 

NOVAK, JUDITH LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; MC KIN- 
LEY; De Paul University. 



NOVAK KENNETH EDWARD BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; DELTA 

UPSILON; Sigma Tau; A. I. I.E.. A.I.S. (3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM DANIEL, JR ROLLING MEADOWS; B.S in Electrical Engineering; 

Illini Union Committee Member (2); Football Manager (1, 2); I.E.E.E. (2, 6, 4), I.e. 
P.E. (4). 

OCHS, SAMUEL JOSEPH OLNEY; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Judging Team (3); 

Agricultural Education Club (1,2, 3, 4); Dairy Production Club (3, 4) ; Hoof and Horn 
Club (3, 4); Illini Sportsman's Club (3, 4); Rifle and Pistol Club (2). 

O'CONNOR, ROBERT JAMES AURORA; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SAFFER 

COURT; Freshman Seminar (1). 

ODEJAYI, ABIODUN OLUFEYISOLA LAGOS, NIGERIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

Illini Union Committee Member (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3); African Students Organization 
(1,2, 3, 4); I.E.E.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Nigeria College of Technology. 

O'DONNELL, EMMETT JOHN ALSIP; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; DELTA CHI; 

Folk Song Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois. 



O DONNELL, ROBERT TERRENCE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; 

University of Montana. 

OEHLER, EDWARD A CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; NEWMAN; M.I A. 

Executive Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Illini Guide (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

OH, YAW TATT PENANG, MALAYSIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; Chinese Students Club 

(3, 4); Physics Club (3, 4); Lincoln College. 



O'KAIN, PATRICIA WREN JOLIET; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ALLEN; 

Home Economics Club (3); Joliet Junior College. 

OLDHAM, MARY KATHRYN WHEATON; A.B. in L.A.S. German; ALPHA DELTA 

PI; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; French Club (1, 2); Chicago 
Ilh'm (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

OLSEN CAROLYN ELAINE BERWYN; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; ALPHA OMICRON 

PI; Gamma Alpha Chi; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Ilhni Union Com- 
mittee Member (2). 




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OLSON, LEONARD EUGENE, JR. . HOMEWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; Tomahawk; 

Pin Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; W.P.G.U. (1); Marching Illini (2); Second Regimental 
Band (1, 2); Folk Song Club (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (2). 

OLSON, VICTOR CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PI KAPPA PHI, 

House 1 resident (4); Psi Chi; Major Committee of Student Senate (3); Greek Week 
Committee (2); Pershing Rifles (1); French Club (1, 2); Young Democrats Club (1). 

ONIXT, MICHELE . . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; INDECO; 

Ilhni Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); S.C.O.P.E. (3); Student National Education 
Association (2 3, 4) ; \ oung Democrats Club (1,2, 3, 4) ; L.A.S. Honors Program (2, 3, 4) ; 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



ORELOVE, JOEL ASHER CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Psi Chi; N.A.A.C.P. 

(1, 2, 3, 4); S.N.C.C. (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (2); Circle K 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (2); Honors Day (3). 

ORNE, SYBIL ELAINE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Student National Education Association (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3); Michigan State 
L niversity. 

OSTBERG, CLYDE EVART CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; DELTA TAU 

DELIA; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3); Illini Union Committee Member (4) ; Campus Chest (2); 



OSTERMEIER, DAVID MYRON SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Forestry; DELTA UPSILON- 

Star Course Manager (1, 2); Illini Foresters (4, 5); Pre-Vet Club (1, 2). 

OTT, WILLIAM MARVIN LOCKPORT; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

OVERBECK, JULIUS WALTER HENRY; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Rifle and Pistol 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Mathematics Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



OVERMAN, CAROLINE ELIZABETH DOWNERS GROVE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology 

SIGMA KAPPA; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew 

OVERSTREET, ENID ANN RARITAN; 

RESIDENCE. 



A.B. in L.A.S., English; ILLINOIS STREET 



OWENS, ALAN ROBERT CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Campus Chest (4); Intramural Manager (2, 3, 4); Folk Song Club 
(3); Latin Club (3); Pre-Law Club (2); Young Democrats Club (2); Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois; Tennis Team (1); Newman Club (1). 



PACKER, VICKI MYRA HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR SUITES; 

The Daily Illini (3); S.C.O.P.E. (3); Young Democrats Club (2, 3, 4). 

PAJAK, DANIEL JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Economies; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Alpha Phi Omega; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Illini Union Committee Member 
(3); First Regimental Band (1); Second Regimental Band (1); Army Drum and Bugle 
Corps (3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

PALMERSON, LARRY ALLEN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Finance; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE, House President (3, 4); Alpha Kappa Psi; Illini Union Committee 
Member (1); Young Republicans Club (4); Commerce Honors Program (1). 

PANKRATZ, JOHN HALL GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in Accountancy; CHI PHI; Sigma Iota 

Epsilon; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4); 
Young Republicans Club (4) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

PARDEKOOPER, GARRETT JOHN BEECH GROVE, INDIANA; B.S. in Mechanical 

Engineering; PEABODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (1, 2, 3, 4;) 
Honors Day (4). 

PARFREY, FREDERICK JOSEPH BEAVER DAM, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Archi- 
tecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; Marching Illini (1, 2); First Regimental Band (1, 2); 



PARKER, CECILY JANE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Zeta Phi Eta. 

PARKER, SANDRA KAY MUNDELEIN; B.S. in Home Economics; PHI MU; Phi Up- 

silon Omicron; S.N.I.B. (2); A.C.E. (4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

PARKS, ROBY ALAN BEASON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PRICE CLUB; A.S.M.E. 

(4); S.A.E. (4); Honors Day (1, 3). 



PASKIET, GREGORY FRANCIS OAK LAWN; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; 

ARMOKY HOUSE; M.I.S. (3, 4); Engineering Honors Program (4); Honors Day (4). 

PASTERNAK, WENDELL GRAHAM LAWRENCEYILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching 

of Social Studies; Folk Song Club (3, 4). 

PATELSKI, ROGER LEE OSWEGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA CHI UllO; Star and 

Scroll; Ilhni Union Committee Member (2, 3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); 
Student Musicals (3); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Marketing Association (2, 8); S,.n,.i\ 
for the Advancement of Management (3); Commerce Honors Program (1,2,3); Honors 
Day (1). 



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PATERNOSTER, JAMES ROBERT FAIRBURY; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; Chi 

Gamma Iota; Tau Beta Pi. 

PAUL, BERNARD ELGIN; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SCOTT, House President (2); 

5Toung Democrats Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 
PAUL, SANDRA FAYE DECATUR; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; PRESBY; Campus 

Chest (1); Illini Readers (2); Honors Day (1). 



PAULINS, ILZE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALLEN; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois. 

PAULSELL, CHARLES DONNELL SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

DELTA CHI; Star and Scroll; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Student .Musicals 
(3); I.S.P.E. (3, 4). 

PAVICIC, NICK JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2, 3, 4). 



PEARSON, ROBERT EDWIN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Physical Education; ACACIA 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Tribe of Illini (3); Football Manager (1, 2, 3) 
Track Manager (1); Senior Football Manager (4); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant 
Illini Foresters (1); Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3, 4); Association of the U.b. 
Army (3, 4). 

PEARSON, SHARON SUE PEORIA; B.F.A. in Painting; CLARK HOUSE. 

PELECK, JOHN JEROME CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI KAPPA TAU; 

Junior Interfraternitv Council (1) ; Intramural Manager (3); Physical Education Majors 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



PELLETIER, MARY THEO ERIE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; BETA HOUSE; Illini Guide (2). 

PENN, SUSAN DALE SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; IOTA ALPHA PI; The ILLIO 

(1); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 3); University Theatre Crew (1) ; Film Society 
(3, 4). 

PEPPER. MARIAN CRAIG HARVARD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA 

XI DELTA; Y.W.C.A. (2); Concert Band (2, 3, 4). 



PERLIN SUSAN DENISE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON, House President (4). 

PERMUT, BARRY MICHAEL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science. 

PESEK, JOSEPH JOEL CICERO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

Student Senate (1). 



PETERNEL, ROSEMARY E WAUKEGAN; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; ARBOR SUITES; 

Folk Song Club (2, 3). 

PETERS BRUCE ALLEN CLIFTON; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma 

Delta; Agricultural Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Marketing Association (3, 4); \oung 
Democrats Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

PETERSEN, ANNABEL DOLORES PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; DELTA 

HOUSE; German Club (4) ; Russian Club (3, 4) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; German Club (1, 2); Lutheran Student Association (2); Chicago Illini (1). 

PETERSEN, JOAN MARY RACINE, WISCONSIN; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; PHI MU; 

The ILLIO (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (1); Illini Guide (3). 

PETERSEN PAMELA LYNN WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Elementary Education; EVANS; 

Star Course Manager (1,2); Illini Guide (3, 4); A.C.E. (3) ; Student National Education 
Association (4); James Scholar (1, 3, 4). 

PETERSON DAVID VINCENT PEORIA; B.S. in Agriculture; SIGMA PI; Alpha Zeta; 

Pi Alpha Xi; Student Senate (1, 2); Tribe of Illini (4); Senior Swimming Manager (4); 
Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); Agricultural Council (3, 4); Floriculture Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Presi- 
dent (2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Agriculture Honors Program 
(3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

PETERSON, MARLA ELAINE ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathe- 
matics; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Pi Mu Epsilon; Spanish Club (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

PETERSON NANCY LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ARBOR SUITES; 

Pi Mu Epsilon; German Club (3); Young Republicans Club (3); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; Alpha Lambda Delta, President (2); Cheerleader (1, 2); 
Homecoming (1, 2), Major Chairman (2); Illini Union Advisory Board (2); Honors 
Day (1, 2). 

PETERSON PAULINE ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Physical Education Majors Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; Newman Club (2); Women's Athletic Association (1, 2); Cheer- 
leader (1,*2), Captain (2); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2); Umon Committee 
Member (1, 2); Pier Playhouse (2); Honors Day (2). 



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PETERSON, WAYNE ALLAN BLANDINSVIIXE; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering- 

NABOB HOUSE; Tomahawk; Alpha Zeta; Alpha Epsilon; Major Chairman of Illini 
Union Committee (3); Illinois Technograph (2); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2): 
A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); .lames Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

PETKUS, ROBERT OWEN DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; 

GREGORY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Football, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman 
Squad (1); A.I.Ch.E. (3, 4). 

PETRUCELLI, LEONARD JOHN DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; GREGORY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Western Illinois University; Kendall College. 



PFEIFER, SUSAN JANE KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology 

ALPHA OMICKON PI; Alpha Lambda Delta; The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (2, 3); University Theatre Crew (2); Greek Week Committee (2); 
Honors Day (1, 2). 

PFLUM, JOHN WAYNE VILLA GROVE; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; KAPPA DELTA 

KIIO; Flu Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Physics Society (3, 4). 

PHEBUS, MARY FRANCES URBANA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ALPHA 

OMICRON PI; University Theatre Crew (1); Folk Song Club (3, 4). 

PHILLIPS, EARL GORDON BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Eta Kappa 

Nti; Illinois State University. 

PHILLIPS, JAMES ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia, 

President (4); Concert Band (1. 2. 3, 4); University Wind Ensemble (2); Young Demo- 
crats Club (1, 2); University Flute Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3, 4). 

PICKERILL, DAVID ALLAN NEWTON; B.S. in Finance; THETA DELTA CHI, House 

President (3, 4); University Theatre Cast (2); Junior Interfraternitv Council (1); 
Finance Club (4); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

PIEPER, DAVID ARMIN VALMEYER; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- 
neering; Air Force ROTC, Captain; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astro- 
nautics (2, 3, 4). 

PIERCE, LOUIS DEAN MOWEAQUA; A.B. in L.A.S., History; GRANADA CLUB, 

House President [3); Alpha Kappa Psi; Marching Illini (3); First Regimental Band 
(2, 3); Second Regimental Band (1. 2); S.N.C.C. (3); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors 

Day (1, 2). 

PIETRUS, JUDITH MAY OAK LAWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of the Biological 

Sciences and General Science; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; Greek Week Committee 
Chairman (1); Honors Day (1). 

PILCH, GEORGE JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; FORBES; Illini Guide (2); Air 

Force ROTC, Captain. 

PIRNAT, CHARLES RAYMOND CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; M.R.H.A. 

Judicial Board (2); Pershing Rifles (1); I.E.E.E. (4); I.S.P.E. (2, 3, 4), President (4); 
John Carroll University. 

PLACZEK, SANDRA ALICE NORTHLAKE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE. 

PLAYER, DAVID MARK WELDON; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; BETA THETA PI, House 

President (4); Ma-Wan-Da; VV'a-Na-See; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Omega Beta 
Pi; Star Course Manager (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Freshman Seminar (1); Illini Guide 
(3); Air Force ROTC, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel; Air Force Council (3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3). 

PLOCAR, NANCY LYNN BERWYN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; Mortar Board; Illini Union Summer Director (3); Major Chairman of Illini 
Union Committee (3, 4); Illini Union Committee Chairman (2, 3, 4); Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (1, 2); Illini U/nion Program Board (3); Y.W.C.A. (4). 

POBANZ, KATHARINE CAROL GENESEO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA 

DELTA DELTA; The ILLIO (1, 2); Illini Union Committee Member (3); Home- 
coming Court (4). 

POCKLINGTON, SHARON ANN BUTLER; B.S. in Education; BUSEY; Illini Guide 

(2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (3); A.C.E. (3, 4). 

PODLASEK, ROBERT JOSEPH WILLOW SPRINGS; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; B.S. 

in Mechanical Engineering; EVANS SCHOLARS; Illinois Technograph (1,2); Engi- 
neering Council (4, 5), President (5); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (3). 

POE, PHILLIP DWIGHT GLENDALE; B.S. in Forestry; Illini Foresters (1, 2, 3, 4). 

POGUE, ROBERT MC ELROY MEDEA; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Phi Eta Sigma; Omega 

Beta Pi; Baseball (4), Varsity Squad (4); German Club (3, 4); Monmouth College. 

POLZ, FRANK JEFFREY CICERO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; Tribe of Illini 

(3, 4); Wrestling, Varsin Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 4); Honors Day (3). 

POMERANTZ, BEN MERLE CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (3, 4). 








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pnPFTOY SUSAN DOWELL . . . BLOOMINGTON; A.B. in L.A.S English; KAPPA DELTA; 
POPEJOY, SUSANDOW^^ mUiif ^^ ^ g) _ Vm . Th c (1) . Student Musicals 

(2); Greek Week Committee (3); Young Republicans Club (3). 

PORCHERT, ARNOLD CARL REYNOLDS; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Education 

Club (3, -1); Western Illinois I Diversity. 

pnRTFR TEAN FRANCES . . - HUME; A.B. in L.A.S., History; KAPPA DELTA; Alpha 
PORTER, J B ^^D^?Tii ILLIO (1, 2) ; Young Republicans Club (2) ; James Scholar (1, 2); 
Honors I )ay ill. 



pnRTFR PATRICIA TILL MARKHAM; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; KAPPA KAPPA 

PORTER, PA {K^ 1 ^-! 1 ^ A1 ha chi . Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (4) ; Ilhm 

Un\on Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member (2); Greek Week 

Committee (3). 

„ ncinv niANF ROMLYNN ELMHURST; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

POSADY, DIANE ROMLYNN |;i . t( . ;M L. ii(r (3) . ^ T , c (3); WI.SA. Executive 

Council (2); Greek Week Committee (3); Chevron (3, 4); Mundelem College. 

POTTTTO ROBERT WAYNE GRANITE CITY; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

POTILLO, ^J^j^^rickn Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, 4) ; Physics Society 
(1) ; Honors Day (1). 

POTTER TERRI LYNN ZION; A.B. in L.A.S., Zoology; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON, 

POTlJsK, ^™; (i L p] . K|(lrat (3) . skuU and Crescent; Omega Beta Pi; Ilhm Union Committee 

Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Interfraternity Council W; 

IUini Guide (3); Greek Week Committee (2); Interfraternity Ball Committee (1). 

POWFT L TOANN LUCILLE .... ITRBANA; B.S. in Elementary Education; CHI OMEGA; 
POWELL, J^^^^ttae Member (2 , 3 ) ; University Theatre Crew (3) ; Star Course Man- 
ager (1). 

POWER BARBARA RUTH EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

POWER, aA *f*™ n ™\, nmmMee Member (2, 3); Junior Panhellenic (1); Women's Glee Club 
(2, 3, 4); French Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4). 

POWERS, JOHN W., JR ROCK ISLAND; Bachelor of Architecture; SIGMA PI. 

PDWFRS NANCY TO ROCK ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

POWERS, NANCY JO ..••■«£ Member { s> . Uverslty Theatre Cast (2 3 4); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4); Student Musicals (3, 4); Illini Readers (3); \oung 
Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

P07NANSKI LINDA MAREE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; ILLINOIS STREET 

POZNAH RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; The Daily Ilhm (1); Ilhm Union 
Committee Member (1); University Theatre Crew (3); Ilhm Guide (2, 3); Illini Foren- 
sic Association (3); Illini Forum (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



PRANDO RONALD TED COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; DELTA 

SIGMA PHI; Air Force ROTC, Major. 

PRFSS HARVEY TOEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

PRESS, HAR 2vENTJE RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (2, 3); A.F.S. (2); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois. 

PRIEVE VIRGINIA ELLEN OLYMPIA FIELDS; B.S. in Communications; DELTA 

GAMMA; Pompons (2); IUini Judo Club (3); University of Dayton. 

PRINTZ TOYCE ELAINE AURORA; B.S. in Music Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

' Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Sigma Alpha Iota; University Choir (2, 3 4); 
Freshman Choir (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key. 

PRITCHETT, LINDA KAY DECATUR; A.B. in L.A.S., French; EVANS; Torch; Illini 

Guide (2); Sno-Ball Committee (2). 

PROVINES SHERIL LENETTE HAGARSTOWN; B.S. in Home Economics; CALI- 

^ KUV ' FORNIA STREET SUITES; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Marketing Association 

(4). 

PRZYBYLSKI, DANIEL CHESTER NORWOOD PARK; B.S in Industrial Administration; 

FOUR COLUMNS, House President (2); Delta Sigma Pi; Arnold Air Society (2, 3); 
Accountancy Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4); Newman 
Club (3, 4); Wright Junior College. 

PTASHKIN, BARRY IRWIN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S History; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois; Circle K International (2); The Ilhm News (3). 

PULLMAN, HARVEY MARTIN BROOKLYN NEW YORK; A.B. in L.A.S Psychology; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Student Musicals (3); Brooklyn College. 

PURDY JOHN MARTIN GOODFIELD; Bachelor of Architecture; KOINONIA; Toma- 
hawk; A. I. A. (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

PUTA ROGER ERWIN NAPERVILLE; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA CHI RHO; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4) ; Junior Interfraternity Council 2 ; 
Marching illini (2. 3, 4); Second Regimental Band (2, 3, 4); Student Musicals 3) 
Marketing Association (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4), baint 
Procopius College. 

PYHRR STEPHEN A . CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; Alpha 

PYHRR, WMHM* -^ Executlve Council (l) ; Finance Club (3, 4), President (3); Marketing 

Association (3) ; Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4) ; Young Republicans 

Club (4). 




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PYTEL, ALICE . . HAYWOOD; B.S. in Elementary Education; A.C.E. (3, 4); Student Na- 

tional Education Association (2, 3, 4). 

QUICK, JERRY WALTER WILLIAMSFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PEABODY 

1)HI\ E RESIDENCE; Young Democrats Club (1, 2); James Scholar (1); HonorsJDay 

RABE, ROBERT RAYMOND . ELGIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; Anthropology Club 

(3); Cierman Club (3); Iowa State University. 

RABIU, MODIU OLADIRAN ODOSENLU-IJEBUODE, NIGERIA; B.S in Agriculture- 

ALPHA PHI ALPHA; Y.W.C.A (2,3); Soccer, Letter (2); African SudlnTs Club 
(2, a, 4); b.N.O.L. (3); Western Illinois University. 

RACINE, RICHARD LOUIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA SIGMA PHI- 

Illini Union Committee Member G. 3); Newman Club (1, 2, 4); Accountancy Club 
(3, 4); Marketing Association (3); Society for the Advancement of Management <4>- 
Karate Kai (3, 4); Wright Junior College. 

RADAKOVICH, GEORGE MICHAEL JOLIET; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PHI GAMMA 

DELIA; I ini Union Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (2); Concert Band (3)- 
Marching Ilhni (2, 3); First Regimental Band (2); Joliet Junior College; Lewis College. 



RAINEY, DO UG L AS LEE BUFFALO, NEW YORK; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI; Chi Gamma Iota; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta; Y.M.C.A. 
(2, 3, 4); Campus Chest (3, 4); N.A.A.C.P. (2, 4); Pre-Law Club (4); S.N.C.C. (4); 
Young Democrats Club (2, 4); State University of New York. 

RAMAGOPAL, JEANINE WRIGHT DANVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Anthropology; Danville 

Jumor College. 

RAMOND, BONNIE ELLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ALPHA 

Fril; Ihe ILLIO (2); Ilhni Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee 
Member (1, 2); Illini Guide (3); Honors Day (1). 

RANCK, FR ED NORMAN CARTHAGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Physics; GREGORY- 

DRIVE RESIDENCE, House President (3); Army ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; Scab- 
bard and Blade; University Soccer Club (1). 

RANDOLPH JOHN MARTIN PEORIA; B.S. in Engineering Physics; DELTA UPSILON; 

Tomahawk; Men's Glee Club (2, 3); Freshman Chorus (1). 

RANGE, JERRY ALLEN DOVER, OHIO; B.S. in Communications; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day 

RANKIN, DAGNY ALICE . OAK PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ARBOR SUITES; N.A. 

A.C.P. (4); S.N.C.C. (3); Young Democrats Club (3); Alma College. 

RANSOM, JAMES MATHEW URBANA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SIGMA PHI 

DELTA; Jumor Interfraternity Council (2); Astronomical Society (3, 4); Flying Illini 
(4); I.E.E.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1, 2). 

RAPP, DALE LAWRENCE . . SUBLETTE; B.S. in Industrial Education; PEABODY AVE- 

NUE RESIDENCE; Alpha Eta Rho; Flying Illini (4). 

RAPPAPORT NICKI NORRIDGE; B.F.A. in Art Education; PI BETA PHI; Illini Union 

Committee Chairman (2); Illini Union Committee Member (1); Campus Chest (3 4)- 
Ilhgreek (2); Illini Guide (3); Greek Week Committee (3). 

RASMUSSEN ALICE ELAINE CLIFTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

MC KINLEY ; Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; Major Chairman of Illini Union 
Committee (3); Ilhm Union Committee Chairman (2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Lutheran 
Foundation Executive Council (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

RATHE, JOHN HARLAN PIPER CITY; B.S. in Accountancy; Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Account- 
ancy Club (4). 

RATZEL, ROBERT WARNER MORTON GROVE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; MEDEA; 

Psi Chi; Y.M.C.A. (3); Student Senate (1, 2); Major Committee of Student Senate 
G, 2); Film Society (4); Wright Junior College. 

RAYBURN, CHARLES W CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Education 

Club (1, 2, 3), President (3); Cooperative Extension Club (3). 

REBACK, DONALD JEFFREY MARION; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ALPHA DELTA 

PHI; The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3). 

RECHTIN, MICHAEL DAVID TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; PSI 

UPSILON; Skull and Crescent; The ILLIO (1, 2); Marching Illini (1, 2); First Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2); Second Regimental Band (1); M.I.S. (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (31. 

REDPATH, JAMES EDWARD, JR DECATUR; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; SIGMA 

CHI, House President (4); Golf, Freshman Squad (1); Track Manager ll); Armv 
ROTC, Captain; Phalanx (3, 4); Association of U.S. Armv (3, 4); M.I.S. (3, 41 ; James 
Scholar (1, 2). 

REESER, MARIETTA JILL WELDON; B.S. in Recreation; ARBOR SUITES; W.I.S.A. 

Executive Council (3); Illini Guide (3); American Recreational Society (3, n ; Physioal 

Education Majors Club (2). 



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REEVERTS, SYLVIA LORRAINE DIXON; All in LAS., Teaching of French; ILLINOIS 

« r ri»i.M."r HiMi )|.\*('l'- Vlnliu Laniiia Delta; ( olombian Students Ohio t.si, I rem." 
cfub (2 3h Ws SchoiaT a 2, 3 1); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Universtty of Illinois 
Scholarship Key; Universite de Grenoble. 

REIMER, RITA ANN EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in Elementary Education; CLARK; 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

RFTNr.OTn MTfHFT F S CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; IOTA ALPHA PI; 

REING ° LD, g7„SS Alpha Chi;' The ILLIO fl);' University Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (2); 
Orchesis (1); Greek Week Committee (4). 

REISMAN, RICHARD ALAN ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry ;Z ETABETA 

TAU; Phi 10ta Sigma; Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); Student benate (j). 
Major Committee of Student Senate (2); C„ n8 ,. f vat.ve CoordmatrnK Council (2), 
young Republicans Club (2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

REITZER DIANE BARRI SKOKIE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; 

Student Musicals (1); Student National Education Association 14). 

RFSSFR CAROL BETTY CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA EPSILON 

RESSER, CAROL BE 1 ^ c ittw Meraber (4); Student Senate (2); 

WILL (2 3, 4) Stud,,,, Musicals (3. 4); A.C.E. (41; Folk Song Club (4); English and 
Speech Club (4)- S.A.E. (4); Student National Education Association '4), Young 
Democrats Club (4); Radio-TV Workshop (2, 3, 4). 

RETZLAFF MARILYN ELVIRA DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; BUSEY; 

Y. M. C. A. (3); Illini Guide (3, 4). 

REYNOLDS, CARL DONALD, JR PEKIN; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; American Ce- 
ramic Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Bradley University. 

REYNOLDS, CAROL JO SHELDON; A.B. in DA S Teaching of Speech; ALPH A CHI 

OMEGA; Alpha Lambda Delta; University Theatre Cast, (4) Umyersity _ ^heirtre 
Crew (1); Star Course Manager (2); Pompons (1); Women s Glee Club (4), Honors 
Day (1, 2). 

REYNOLDS GARY ALAN CATLIN; B.S. in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; Tomahawk; 

Alpha Zeta; Sigma Delta Chi; Director, Illini Union Board (4); Major Chairman of 
Illini Union Committee (3); Illini Union Committee Chairman (1, 2), Y.M.C.A (1), 
Agricultural Council (2, 3); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Army ROTC Lieutenant 
Colonel; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Cooperative Extension Club (2, 3, 4), Dairy Pro- 
duction Club (2); Honors Day (2). 

REYNOLDS, JOYCE KNOWLES FORT WAYNE, INDIANA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; 

CLARK; University Theatre Crew (4); University Chorus (A). 

RHODA DARWIN LEE CHENOA; B.S. in Agriculture; KAPPA DELTA RHO, House 

' President (3); Illini Guide (2, 3); Agricultural Economics Club (1); Young Republicans 
Club (1); Southern Illinois University. 



RHUTASEL MARJORIE MAE WESTCHESTER, IOWA; B.S in Physical Education; 

' Orchesis (2? 3, 4) ; Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3, 4) ; Mason City Junior College; 
Springfield Junior College. 

RICH JEFFREY EDWARD CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; PRAETORIANS; 

Illini Guide (3); Young Democrats Club (4); Honors Day (1). 

RICHARDSON, VICKI LEE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in L-A.S. Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

STREKT RESIDENCE; Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); A.S.C.E. (1), Society ot 
Women Engineers (1); James Scholar (1). 



RICHARDSON, WILLIAM BYRLE ALTON; B.S. in LA.S Mathematics; PHI GAMMA 

DELTA; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Wabash College. 

RICHTER, KAREN LYNNE LAGRANGE; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Illini Union Committee Chairman (3) ; Illini Union Committee Member (2 3 4); Junior 
Panhellenic (1) ; Student Musicals (1, 2) ; Greek Week Committee (3) ; Marketing Associ- 
ation (4). 

RICHTER, SANDRA ALICE BELLEVILLE; B.F.A. in Painting; TAFT. 

RIEDER, JUDITH ANN BERWYN; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

Zeta Phi Eta; Sigma Alpha Eta (2, 3). 

RIES, JOHN ALLAN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK; B.S. in Management; Finance Club 

(4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4). 

RILEY, REX EDWARD CALUMET CITY; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics. 

RILEY, WILLIAM PATRICK, JR BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Economics; ARMORY HOUSE; 

Belleville Junior College. 

RINGHOFER, RICHARD JOHN NORTHLAKE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Armv ROTC, First Lieutenant; Association of U.S. Army 
(2, 3, 4). 

RISHEL GEORGE FOX VIRDEN; A.B. in L.A.S., History; THETA XI, House Presi- 
dent (4); Interfraternitv Executive Council (3); S.C.O.P.E. (3); Young Republicans 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); History Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



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RISSER, NANCY ARLEEN URBANA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; CHI OMEGA; Shorter 

Board; Torch; Ilhni Union Committee Chairman (1); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Junior 
Panhellenic (1); Panhellenie Executive Council (2); Freshman Seminar (1)-' James 
Scholar (1). 

RITTENHOUSE, MARJORIE BETH PONTIAC; B.S. in Education; CHI OMEGA; 

Women's Glee Club (2, 3); Student Musicals (3); Southern Methodist University. 

ROBAK, GEORGE EDWIN MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture' 

ORCHARD DOWNS, House President (3); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); Marching 
Ilhni (1, 2, 3); First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3); A. I. A. (1, 2); Milwaukee Institute of 
Technology. 

ROBBINS, MARK EDWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Alpha 

Delta Sigma; Marketing Association (3, 4). 

ROBERTS, ALZADA IRENE FAIRFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

ALLEN; Centralia Junior College. 

ROBERTS, DEAN CLIFFORD PESOTUM; B.S. in Agriculture; ACACIA; University 

Chorus (3); Men's Glee Club (3, 4); Army ROTC, Cadet Captain; Illini Agricultural 
Mechanization Club (2). 



ROBERTS, RONALD CHARLES NIANTIC; B.S. in Farm Management; FARMHOUSE; 

Star and Scroll; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; Second Regimental Band (1, 2); 
Agricultural Council (2, 3, 4); Agricultural Economics Club (1, 2, 3. 4), President (4); 
Agriculture Honors Program (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key. 

ROBINSON, HELEN ELAINE KEWANEE; B.S. in Home Economics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE. 

ROBINSON, MARY ALICE DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Sigma Alpha Eta (2, 3, 4); Danville Junior College. 



ROBINSON, RONALD FREDERIC WINCHESTER- B S 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (3). 



Electrical Engineering; 



RODELL, BARBARA DIANE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini LInion Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union 
Committee Member (2); Junior Panhellenic (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3). 

ROE, DAVID GORDON TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in Food Science; CALHOUN, House 

President (4); Omega B?ta Pi; Association of Food Technologists (3, 4); Dairy 
Technology Society (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Illini Christian Fellowship 
(3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 



ROGERS, HAROLD DEAN BROWNSTOWN; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronomical 

Engineering; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (4). 

ROGERS, JOHN DAVID AURORA; B.S. in Communications; HENDRICK HOUSE; 

Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (4); Marching Illini (2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

ROHR, NANCY ANN WEST CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Actuarial Science; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Wesley Foundation (3); Insurance Club (3). 



ROLLE, SALLY JANE PAXTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; The ILLIO (2); Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (2, 3); Major Committee of Student Senate (1); Illini Guide (2, 3). 

ROMITO, LARRY DRAKE WESTERN SPRINGS; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PHI KAPPA 

PSI, House President (4). 

ROOT, ROBERT WILLIAM MORRIS; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PSI UPSILON; 

Campus Chest (1, 2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Young Republicans Club 
(2, 3). 

ROSE, LARRY GENE PAXTON; B.S. in Agriculture; HOUSE OF COMMONS; Rifle 

and Pistol Club (2, 3). 

ROSEN, BEVERLY SHARON WICHITA, KANSAS; B.S. in Communications; IOTA 

ALPHA PI, House President (3); Shorter Board; Shi-Ai; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily 
Ilhni (1); The ILLIO (2, 3); Panhellenic Executive Council (3,4); Freshman Seminar (1). 

ROSENBLUM, MARK LAWRENCE HIGHLAND PARK; B.F.A. in Art Education- 

PEABODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; The Daily Illini (1); W.P.G.U. (2, 3); Illini Guide 
(3); Young Democrats Club (1); Student Zionist Organization (1); National Art Edu- 
cation Association (2, 3, 4). 

ROSENMAYER, JEANNE DOLORES CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S.. English- PHILEA 

House President (4); Alpha Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Beta' 
Kappa; James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

ROSENTHAL, PAULETTE SHARON CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA 

DELTA TAU; Ilhni Union Committee Member (1, 4); University Theatre Crew (1); 
Student Sen;,!,- (2, 3, 1); Student Musicals (1); American-Israeli Student Organization 

ROSIAK, GARY THEODORE CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Alpha Phi 

Omega; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Young Republicans (3, 4). 




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ROSTHOLDER, LAURIE PIA . . CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Freshman Seminar (1); Illim Guide (2, .3). 

ROTH LELAND MARTIN JOLIET; Bachelor of Architecture; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Gargoyle, President 
(5); University Choir (1, 2, 3); Machinal Chorus (3); Oratorio Society ill; Baptist. 
Foundation Executive Council (3); ALA. (1, 4, 5); Fine and Applied Arts Honors 
Program (1. 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University ot 
Illinois Scholarship Key. 

ROTHENBERG, ALAN IRA .... ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NEW V< »B K; A B. in L.A S 
Economics; PKABODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Young Democrats Club (2); U. of I. 
Soccer Club (4). 

ROTTNER, GEORGIA ANN LA SALLE; B.S. in Accountancy; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Accountancy Club |4); La Salle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College. 

ROWDEN WILLIAM ALLEN FORT WORTH, TEXAS; B.S. in Physical Education; 

' TAU KAPPA EPSILON; Football, Varsity Squad (2, 3), Freshman Suqad (1); Air 
Force ROTC, Cadet Colonel. 

RUBENSTEIN, ROBERTA CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI SIGMA 

SIGMA; The ILLIO (1); Illini Union Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (1); 
W.P.G.U. (1); Greek Week Committee (2); Young Democrats Club (1). 

RUDY, DONNA ELIZABETH FREEPORT; A.B. in L.A.S., History; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; Freshman Seminar (1). 

RUHL DIANE JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

mini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member (3); Student 
Senate (3) ; Pompons (2); Student Musicals (2, 3); Dolphins (3); Illini Guide (3); Illinois 
State University. 

RUHL, LARRY ALAN LIBERTY; B.S. in Agriculture; CHRISTIAN CAMPUS HOUSE. 

House President (3); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Society of American Military- 
Engineers (1, 2); Field and Furrow (3, 4). 

RUKSZA ARLENE MARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR SUITES; 

Kappa Tau Alpha; Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; Mini Union Committee 
Member (3 4) ; German Club (4) ; Journalism and Communications Honors Program 
13); .lames Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Alpha Lambda Delta; German Club (1); Young Democrats Club (1); L.A.b. 
Honors Program (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

RUMORE, CHARLES ALBERT EFFINGHAM; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PI KAPPA 

PHI; Student Senate (1, 2); Illini Guide (2). 

RUNQUIST, RAYMOND CARL, JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; I.S.P.E. (4); 
Engineering Honors Program (3, 4); Honors Day (3); Wright Junior College. 

RUSH PHILIP WARREN .... WELLINGTON; Bachelor of Landscape Architecture; TAU 
KAPPA EPSILON. 

RUSSELL, DAVID LLOYD WAYNE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ZETA PSI; Sachem; 

M.I.A. Executive Council (4); Tribe of Illini (2, 3); Wrestling, Captain (2) Varsity 
Squad (2, 3), Letter (2, 3), Freshman Squad (1); A.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4, 5); Flying Uhm (4); 
I.S.P.E. (2, 3, 4, 5). 

RUTER DOROTHY ELLEN EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; 

ZETA TALI ALPHA; Zeta Phi Eta; Young Republicans Club (4); Sigma Alpha Eta 
(3, 4). 

RUUD, JOAN MARIE ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Elementary Education; PALAMAR; 

Y'oung Republicans Club (3). 
RYAN FRANK LOWELL ROCKFORD; B.S. in Industrial Administration; BETA THETA 

PI; Uligreek (4); Flying Illini (4); University of Wisconsin; Rockford College. 

SAARI, SHARON CLAIRE RIVER GROVE; B.S. in Agriculture; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3, 4); United 
Christian Fellowship (3, 4); Illini Guide (2) ; A.I.I.E., A.I.S. (2, 3); Folk Song Club (2); 
Pre-Vet Club (1) ; U. of I. Scuba Club (2, 3) ; Ecology Club (4). 

SACHNOFF ROBERT MARC CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; TAU DELTA PHI; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Finance Club (4); Ilhni Forensic Associ- 
ation (3); Pre-Law Club (3); University of Wisconsin. 

SACK, CAROLYN ELEANOR PARK RIDGE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PHILEA; Drake 

University. 

SADD, MARTIN HOWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Engineering Mechanics; PEABODY 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Tau Beta Pi; Engineering Mechanics Society (4); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SADOWSKI, KATHLEEN ANNE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Newman Club (3, 4); Sociology Club (3, 4); Young 
Democrats Club (3, 4). 

SALKY, BARRY A MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ZETA BETA 

TAU ; Student Musicals (2, 3) ; Greek Week Committee (2) ; Young Democrats Club (2) . 

SALZ LARRY BERNARD WENONA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Tomahawk, President 

(4); Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); I.T.E. (2); Honors Day (1). 




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SAMET, STEPHEN WAYNE MIDLOTHIAN; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (4); Phalanx (2, 3). 

SAMPSON, MARYANN ROCK ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., History; TAFT; First Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2). 

SAMSON, SHARON LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; 

Illini Union Committee Member (3); Northern Illinois University. 



SAMUELS, LINDA JANE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA 

TAU; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (2); Illigreek (2); Student 
National Education Association (4); Young Democrats Club (1); University of Arizona. 

SANCHEZ, VICTOR JULIO TUN.IA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; 

Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4); Gymnastics, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3), Freshman 
Squad (1); A.I.Ch.E. (4). 

SANDBLOM, PATRICIA CAROL DES PLAINES; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR 

SUITES; Theta Sigma Phi ; The Daily Illini (3, 4) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. 



SANDERS, DENNIS RENOEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Fencing, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); A.I.I.E., 
A.I.S. (4). 

SANDERS, DIANE FLORENCE CICERO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Morton Junior College. 

SANMAN, BARBARA JEAN EAST PEORIA; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS; Illini 

Christian Fellowship (4); Honors Day (4); Illinois Wesleyan University. 



SANNWALD, ADELE BAROCCA GODFREY; B.S. in Home Economics; ARBOR SUITES; 

Theta Sigma Phi; James Scholar (1, 2, 3). 

SANTIS, DEAN CONSTANTINE LOMBARD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau, President (4) ; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. 
(3, 4) ; Honors Day (1,2,4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois. 

SARRAM, AHMAD TEHERAN, IRAN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; WESTON; 

A.S.M.E. (3, 4) ; Iranian Students Club (3, 4) ; Northeastern Oklahoma A. & M. College; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Mathematics Club (2). 



SASSE, CONNIE RICHARDS LINDENWOOD; B.S. in Home Economics Education; 4-H 

HOUSE; Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Nu; Phi Upsilon 
Omicron; Home Economics Council (2, 3), President (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4), President (3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

SASYK, ANDREW CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; I.A.S. 

(2, 3); Ukrainian Club (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Ukrainian 
Club (1). 

SATO, PATRICIA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; SIGMA DELTA TAU; Shi-Ai; 

Alpha Lambda Delta, President (2); Illini Guide (3); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors 
Day (1, 2). 



SATTERTHWAITE, LORETTA NELL VANDALIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of the Bio- 
logical and General Sciences; ALLEN. 

SAUER, SUSAN NORRIS ANNANDALE, VIRGINIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; THE 

MANSION; Alpha Lambda Delta; Y.W.C.A. (1, 4); Illini Guide (2); N.A.A.C.P. 
(2, 3); S.C.O.P.E. (3, 4); S.N.C.C. (2) ; Otterbein College. 

SAUERWEIN, BARBARA ALICE ..... BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA 
ZETA; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Panhellenic (1); Greek Week 
Committee (2); Angel Flight (2, 3, 4); Student National Education Association (1, 2, 
3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



SAVAGE, PETER KEENAN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Finnance; PHI DELTA THETA; 

University of Oregon. 

SAYERS, MARCIA ANN PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Biological Science 

and General Science; BETA HOUSE; Folk Song Club (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (I, 4). 

SAYLOR, HARRY DAVID OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; 

GREGORY' DRIVE RESIDENCE; A.I.A. (1). 



SAYRE, DAWN ELEANOR WAUKEGAN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; DELTA 

GAMMA, House President (4); Shorter Board; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); 
Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3, 4); Campus Chest (2); Cheerleader (3. 4); Pom- 
pons (2); Angel Flight (2, 3, 4). 

SCANLON, LISBETH CLARK GLEN ELLYN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; Beloit College. 



SCAVARDA, BARBARA JEAN COLONA; B.S. in Education; 

Hawk College; Northern Illinois University. 



English Club (4); Blaok 



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SCAVARDA, WILLIAM FRANK COLONA; B.S. in Education. 

SCHACKEL, LINDA LEE CHICAGO; A.B. in LAS. Spanish; ARBOR SUITES; mini 

Union Committer Member CI, -'. »)i l Diversity Chorus (1). 

SCHAFFER, MICHAEL IRVING CHICAGO; B S. taLiA, Zoology; University of Wis- 
consin; Navy Pier Extension of the I Diversity ot Illinois. 



SCHARFENORTH, GENE ALLAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; A.S.C.E. (3, 4). 
SCHARLAU, EDWIN ALFRED .JR. . . . DANVILLE; B.S^ in ^nce[ ™f TA ffi> ™£ 

& ^ Kilo ^on-'c^Sfy f U'';rA,l:;,,»'*:enI'oV^^meni (3);Us 
Day (1). 
SCHARLOW, KIP EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; FLAGG. 



SCHAUBLE, ROY HOWARD SAUNEMIN; B.S. in Aeronautical and Aeronautical Engi- 
neering; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2, 6, 4;. 
crurniMr tamfs RAT PH AURORA; B.S. in Accountancy; PENNSYLVANIA 

SCHELLING AVENUE RESIDENCE,' Houie President (4); Delta Sigma Pi; Accountancy Club 
(4); Young Republicans Club (2, 3); Loyola University. 

SCHELTES TEAN MARIE .... ELMHURST; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PHI MU; The 
SCHELTES, J^ I1 ^*^.; Jumor Panhe nenic (1); Panhellenic Executive Council (2, 3), Student 

Senate (2). 
SCHEPPACH, MARY CATHERINE ^HURST; AB ir i LA S., Teaching of Social 

iSfta^^^ 
a). 

SriTFTTI FR CHARLES LEE . WAPELLA; B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; 

SCHETTLER B Lke\bilT Frfshman Squad (1); ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel. 

crwirir <?tt<;am VIRGINIA STERLING; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA ALPHA 

SCHICK,SU THETA^ Aoute' President (4); Shorter Board, President (4); Star Course Manager 
(1, 2, 3); Homecoming Court (3). 

SCHIEN KAREN SUE . WORDEN; B.S. in Communications; 4-H HOUSE; Alpha Chron; 

SCHIEN, KAI^bUE^.^ ^ ^.^ ^ % 3 4) . mim Union Commlttee Member (2), 

Chevron (2, 3); Home Economics Club (2). 

SPHTFF SUSAN PAULA GLENCOE; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; DELTA PHI EPSILON; 

SCHIFF, SU |AN A PAULA^ ni ^. do Ul^ ttee ^.^ ^ g); ^ Union Commlttee Member (1, 2); 

Spanish Club (1). 

SCHILLING, CLD7FORD WILLIAM URBANA; B S. in Industrial Engineering; A.I.I.E. 

(3, 4); A.S.A.E. (1, 2); Field and Furrow (2); Purdue University. 



SCHILTZ, DAVID WALTER BELVIDERE; B.S. in Finance; BETA SIGMA PSI; Intra- 
mural Manager (3); James Scholar (1, 2). 

SCHLAFFER MARGARET THERESA PALATINE; A.B. in L.A.S., German; EVANS; 

German Club (3, 4); Mundelein College. 

SCHLEETER, PHILIP WARREN COLFAX; B.S in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Agricultural Judging Team (3, 4); Hoof and Horn 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



SCHLIPF, RONALD FAIRBURY; B.S. in General Economics; Illinois State University. 

SCHLUETER, NORMAN WILLIAM BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Physical Education; PEA- 
BODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Tribe of Ulini (4); Baseball, Varsity Squad (4), Letter 
(4); Physical Education Majors Club (4). 

SCHLUTZ ANN LESLIE WINNETKA; B.S. in Accountancy; INDECO; Campus Chest 

(1); Accountancy Club (4); Marketing Association (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1). 



SCHMEHR, DAVID DENNIS MENDOTA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 

(3, 4); LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College. 

SCHMID GLENN CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Engineering Council (4); Ulini Guide (4); American Chemical 
Society (1); M.I.S. (3, 4); Circle K International (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension ot the 
University of Illinois. 

SCHMIDT, JUDE PATRICK THORP, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

' I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



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SCHMITZER, BRIAN EDWARD . . . CHICAGO: B.F.A. in Industrial Design; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois. 

SCHNEIDER, SHARON BETH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; LAUREL HOUSE; 

Hillel Foundation (1, 2. 3, 4); French Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Society of Women Engineers (1). 

SCHOPPMAN, MICHAEL AUGUST MOUNT OLIVE; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; CAL- 
HOUN; Second Regimental Band (1, 2); James Scholar (2, 3, 4). 

SCHRAMM, ALAN THOMAS CHICAGO; B.S. in Recreation; BETA SIGMA PSI; Illmi 

Union Committee Member (3, 41; University Theatre Cast (3); Marching Ulini (1, 2. 
3, 4); Second Regimental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Greek Week Committee (3); American 
Recreational Society (2, 3. 4); Young Republicans Club (1), 

SCHRAMM, DONALD RICHARD GLEN ELLYN; Bachelor of Architecture; SIGMA 

(Mil; Scarab; Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); Ulini Union Committee Member 
( 1 ); Tribe of Illini (4); Gymnastics Manager (4); Illini Guide (2); A.I.A. (1, 4). 

SCHULMAN, KARYL LYNN SKOKIE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA EPSILON 

PHI. 



SCHULTZ, DAVID VICTOR CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU EPSILON PHI; 

Illini Union Committee Member (1. 2); Intramural Council (3); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Folk Song Club (3, 4). 

SCHULTZ, RANDALL THOMAS CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; PEABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Illini Union Committee Member (3. 4); University of Wisconsin. 

SCHWARTZ, ROXANNE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ARBOR SUITES; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SCHWEIKERT, CARL WILLIAM NAPERVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; A.B. 

in L.A.S., German; Tennis, Freshman Squad (1), Varsity Squad (2); Army ROTC, 
Major; Pershing Rifles (1.2, 3, 4) ; Association of U.S. Army (3, 4); Pre-Law Club (1, 2). 

SCOTKOVSKY, JAMES FRANK CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA PHI; Illini 

Union Committee Member ( 3, 4) ; Junior Interfraternity Council (3) ; Greek Week Com- 
mittee (3); Finance Club (3); Pre-Law Club (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Wright 
Junior College. 

SCOTT, JOAN ELIZABETH WINNETKA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

PI BETA PHI; Torch; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Manager (.2, 3, 4); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1. 2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (1); Campus Chest (3); Greek Week Com- 
mittee (3); University Theatre Board (3, 4) ; Angel Flight (1, 2, 3, 4); Student National 
Education Association (4); James Scholar (1). 

SEABERRY, JEANNETTE SAUNDRA CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; DELTA 

SIGMA THETA; Orchesis (3); N.A.A.C.P. (1, 2, 3, 4); Physical Education Majors 
Club (3) ; Honors Day (2, 3). 

SEAGREN, DONALD A DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; PHI 

I >ELTA THETA; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. (3. 4) ; James Scholar (3) ; Honors Day (2). 

SEAGREN, DOUGLAS JOHN DES PLAINES; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHI DELTA 

THETA; Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

SECREST, JOHN JOSEPH HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Physical Education; CHI PHI; 

Skull and Crescent; Tribe of Illini (3, 4); Baseball, Varsity Squad (3, 4), Letter (3, 4), 
Freshman Squad (1); Physical Education Majors Club (2). 

SEGEL, ADRIENNE BERNICE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE. House President, (4) ; Zeta Phi Eta; University Theatre Crew 
(3); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Sigma Alpha Eta (3, 4). 

SEIFERT, MARTHA ANNE WILMETTE; B.S. in Education; ARBOR SUITES, House 

President (4); University Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Illini Guide (3); 
English and Speech Club (4). 

SEILER, ROSEMARY KAY ONEIDA; B.S. in Physical Education; 4-H HOUSE; Alpha 

Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; W.S.A. Board (2, 3, 4); Pompons (1, 2); University 
Chorus (4) ; Women's (ilee Club (2, 3) ; Oratorio Society (1); Physical Education Majors 
Chili (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

SEPTON, ROBERT MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; SIGMA ALPHA 

Ml"; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Omega Beta Pi; Illini Union Committee Member 
(1, 2); Campus Chest l.3l; James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key. 

SHANAHAN, PATRICIA NAGLE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S.. French; THE MANSION; 

Oratorio Society (3, 4); French ( lub (3, 4); St. Xavier College. 

SHAUGER, ERIC STEPHEN NORTHFIELD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ALPHA 

TAU OMEGA; Baseball, Freshman Squad (3); Young Republicans Club (3); Denison 
( iin ersil 5 ; I rniversity of Hawaii, 

SHEPPARD, CHARLES EUGENE HARVEY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.I'.S. 

i:;i; A.S.M.E. Mi; Thornton Junior College. 

SHIFFLER, SUSAN JUNE NAPERVILLE; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA DELTA 

PI; Mu Phi Epsilon; Wi n's Glee Club (3, 1 1 ; Illinois state 1 rniversity. 




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SHIPLOCK, JUDITH ANN DANVILLE; B.S. in Education; SIGMA KAPPA; Mortar 

Board; Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate Players; University Theatre Manager 
(2, 3, 4), General Manager (4); University Theatre Cast (1); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Major Committee of Student Senate (4); University Chorus (1); Student Musicals 
(21; University Theatre Board (4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

SHOCKLEY, ONITA KAY ROCHESTER; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; DELTA 

HOUSE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Intramural Council (1); Oratorio Society (2); Illini 
Headers (41; James Scholar (1, 2, .'5, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key. 

SHOEMAKER, JOHN ARTHUR, II GENESEO; B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW 

LODGE; Black Hawk College. 



SHORT, ROBERTA DIANE PAXTON; B.F.A. in Art Education; CHI OMEGA; Illini 

Union Committee Member (2); University Theatre Crew (3); Junior Panhellenic (1). 

SHOTTS, CAROLLE ANN DANVILLE; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Gamma Alpha Chi; Illinois Union Committee Member (1); Freshman 
Choir (1). 

SHOWERS, LINDA GENE BICLOIT, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Elementary Education; 4-H 

HOUSE; University Chorus (3). 



SHUBART, HEATHER ROSE CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; VAN DOREN; 

A.C.E. (4); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4); Michigan 
State University. 

SHULL, SHARON JOANN NEW WINDSOR; B.S. in Home Economics; PRESBY; Alpha 

Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; McKinley Foundation Executive 
Council (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1); Honors Day (1). 

SHULMAN, ANDREA LOIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; LAUREL HOUSE; 

I Diversity Chorus (3); Orchesis (1, 2, 3); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (3). 

SHUMAN, JANE MARIE EL PASO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PI BETA PHI; Mortar 

Board; Shi-Ai; Illini L'nion Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member 
(1); University Theatre Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (3, 4); Panhellenic- WISA Coordinating Committee (3) ; Committee 
on Student Affairs (3, 4); Student Senate (3); Major Committee of Student Senate 
(3); Freshman Seminar (1); Women's Glee Club (2, 3); Homecoming Court (4); English 
Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

SIBERZ, THOMAS ROBERT FOREST PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; Z ETA 

PSI; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SIEBEN, DREW MERRIT GENESEO; B.S. in L.A.S.. Zoology; ARMORY' HOUSE; 

Omega Beta Pi; Major Committee of Student Senate (3); L.A.S. College Council (3, 4); 
Illini Guide (4); Shinier College. 



SIEBERT, JANET LOUISE PARK FOREST; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; SIGMA 

KAPPA; Illini Union Committee Member (4). 

SIEBOLD, DENNIS PAUL NILES; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; BETA THETA PI. 

SIEGEL, BARRY M SKOKIE; B.S. in Marketing; PHI EPSILON PI; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Marketing Association (3, 4); Commerce Honors 
Program (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 



SIEGEL, GARY HOWARD SKOKIE; B.S. in Accountancy; Beta Alpha Psi; Commerce 

Honors Program (3, 4) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SIEGEL, MARVIN MAURICE CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PI LAMBDA PHI; 

Accountancy Club (2, 3, 4) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SIEGEL, PAMELA SUZANNE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Latin American Studies; PHI 

SIGMA SIGMA; Shi-Ai; The Daily Illini (1, 2); Campus Chest (2, 3); Illigreek (3); 
Spanish Club (2, 3); N.A.A.C.P. (1, 2); Young Democrats Club (1). 



SIEGFRIED, LILLIAN MARGARET PRAIRIE DU ROCHER; B.S. in Education; BUSEY; 

Fontbonne College; St. Louis University. 

SIEMER, 0- ANTHONY TEUTOPOLIS; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; NEWMAN; Rose 

Polytechnic Institute. 

SIGTENHORST, TED BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Forestry; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; W.P.G.U. (2, 3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); NROTC, Lieutenant; 
Navy Council (4); Trident (3, 4); Illini Foresters (1, 2, 3, 4). 



SILHA, EDWARD JOHN, JR BERWYN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); 

Morton Junior College. 

SILVER, SHELDON CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ORCHARD DOWNS; Sigma 

Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
The Chicago Illini (1, 2), Editor (2). 

SILVERMAN, MARSHA VICKI CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; DELTA 

PHI EPSILON; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Illigreek 
(1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 




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SIMCOE, ROBERT EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (3, 4j; 

Honors Day (2, 3) ; Illinois Institute of Technology. 

SIMMONS, LARRY LEE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; Air Force ROTC, 

Lieutenant Colonel; Arnold Air Society (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) ; A.I.I.E., A.I.S. (7) ; A.b.A.ii. 
(2) ; Southern Illinois University 

SIMMONS, PETER CHARLES LANSING; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; DELTA TAU 

DELTA; Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); Northern Illinois University. 



SIMON, EARL L SKOKIE; B.S. in Accountancy; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SIMONIN, JULIANNE DECATUR; B.S. in Communications; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE- Gamma Alpha Chi; W.P.G.U. (2, 4); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (2); W 1L1> 
(3, 4); Newman Club (3); Honors Day (3) 

SIROIS, JAMES ROGER ST. ANNE; B.S. in Music Education; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; University Choir (3, 4); Men's Glee Club (3); University 
Chorus (1); Oratorio Society (2); Freshman Choir (1); Student Musicals (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Orchesis (1). 

SIROS, ANTHONY JAMES, JR CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; DELTA PHI: 

A.I.A. (3, 4) ; Wright Junior College. 

SIWEK, RUTH CAROLYNN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Elementary Education; 

KAPPA DELTA; Junior Panhellenic (2); Orchesis (1, 2); Honors Day CD- 

SKIERSKI, JAMES EDWIN WAYNE, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in General Engineering; 

THETA CHI; Sachem; Football Manager (1, 2, 3). 

SKOLNIK, ARTHUR M CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; TAU DELPHA PHI; 

The Dailv Illini (1); Track, Freshman Squad (1); A.I.A. (3, 4, 5); Hoof and Horn Club 
(2). 

SKOWRONSKI, JOSEPH PAUL EAST MOLINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

NEWMAN; James Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

SLADCIK, BARBARA L OAK LAWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3, 4); University Choir (1); 
Council for Exceptional Children (2, 3, 4) ; Sigma Alpha Eta (3, 4) ; Honors Day (1, 2, d) ; 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

SLOBODA, CATHERINE MARY CICERO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; KAPPA 

KAPPA GAMMA; Chevron (2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

SLOVER, JOHN ASHBY, JR SILVIS; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PHI SIGMA 

KAPPA; Finance Club (2, 3); S.C.O.P.E. (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3); Black 
Hawk College. 

SLOWIK, KATHLEEN CAROL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Geography; TAFT; IUini 

Union Committee Member (4); Epsilon Phi Sigma (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; N.S.A. Committee Chairman (2); W.A.A. (2); Hellenic Club (3); 
Dance Committee (1, 2, 3); Homecoming Committee (3). 

SMALL, DONALD EMMETT SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK; Bachelor of Architecture; 

ALPHA CHI RHO; A.I.A. (2, 3, 4); Hudson Valley Community College. 

SMILIE, WILLIAM JAMES JOLIET; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; 

Omega Beta Pi ; James Scholar (3) ; Joliet Junior College. 

SMIRL, RICHARD ALLEN LA GRANGE PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

SMITH, BARBARA ANN PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ARBOR SUITES: 

Angel Flight (2, 3, 4) ; LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

SMITH, CHERYL BETH OSWEGA; B.S. in Home Economics Education; 4-11 HOUSE; 

Mortar Board; Torch, President (3); Alpha Chron; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Pompons U); 
McKinley Inundation Executive Council (3); Home Economics Council (2, ,3); 1 low- 
boy Prom Committee (2); Plowbov Prom Queen (2); Home Economics Club (.1, 2, 3, 4); 
Homecoming Court (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

SMITH, CLEM OPAL, III ... . WYOMISSING, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. in Economics; Sigma 
Iota Epsilon; Marketing Association (4); Honors Day (2, 3). 



SMITH, GLENNA KAY SAUK VILLAGE; B.S. in Communications; NOBLE; Bloom 

( ' iiiunity College. 

SMITH GORDON ALAN HOMEWOOD; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; SIGMA 

ALPHA EPSILON; M.I.S. (2, 3, l). President ill. 

SMITH, NORMAN BYRON CHICAGO; U.S. in Electrical Engineering; GOLLEQE HALL. 






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SMITH, PAMELA SHIRRINE KIRKLAND; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR SUITES; 

Shorter Board; Tlieta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (2, 3, 4); I.P.C. Photography Staff 
(2, 3, 4); Photo Chief (3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

SMITH, PAUL NYFFELER FORT WAYNE, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; 

PRAETORIANS, House President (3); Student Musicals (3); Purdue University. 

SMITH, ROBERT ARNOLD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; FORBES; Western 

Illinois University; Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SMITH, ROGER BENNETT ST. CHARLES; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology. 

SMITH, SALLY JEAN JOLIET; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA GAMMA; Junior 

Panhellenic (2) ; Illinois Technograph (3) ; Joliet Junior College. 

SMITH, SHARON KAY CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; 

Smith College; Pomona College. 



SMITHSON, JAMES VERNON PARK RIDGE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; ALPHA 

RHO CHI; A. LA. (1); Western Illinois University. 

SMOLIK, JOSEPH EDWARD BERWYN; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautieal Engi- 
neering; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 
(3, 4); Weightlifting Club (3, 4), President (4). 

SNOW, LARRY LAVERN HENRY; B.S. in Finance; WESTON, House President (4). 

SOBLE, WARREN ARTHUR CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Young Democrats 

Club (2, 3) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; N.A.S. Committee Chair- 
man (2). 

SOBOL, THEODORE JOSEPH KANKAKEE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Indiana University. 

SOLAK, CLAUDIA VALENTINE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Spanish Club (3, 4); Honors Day (2); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SOMMER, JANICE MARGARET CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

PHI; Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); Illini Union Committee Member (1); Angel 
Flight (2, 3, 4); Military Sponsor (4); Homecoming Court (4). 

SOMMERS, DAVID ALLAN TAMPICO; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics 

Club (2, 3). 

SONNTAG, VALORIE JUNE GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (1, 2) ; W.P.G.U. (2) ; Illini Guide (3). 

SORA, PATRICIA SHIRLEY ELEELE, HAWAII; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Engineering Council (3, 4) ; A.S.M.E. (3, 4) ; Society 
of Women Engineers (1, 3, 4). 

SPARBER, MARJORIE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; Campus 

Chest (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student Senate (1, 2); 
Young Democrats Club (2); Folk Song Club (1, 2). 

SPEARS, JANET KAY BINGHAM; B.S. in Home Economics; DELTA HOUSE; Second 

Regimental Band (1); S.N. LB. (3, 4); Cooperative Extension Club (3, 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

SPECHT, LAURA LEE BLUFFS; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Chi; Psychology Honors Program 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

SPENCER, CAROLYN MEIER CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; University 

Theatre Crew (2, 3). 

SPIEGEL, JUDITH MARIE WINNETKA; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR 

SUITES; Whittier College. 

SPITZER, WAYNE ALFRED LOSTANT; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ACACIA, House 

President (3); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day 
(1, 3). 

SPORNY, DAVID DARRELL CALIFORNIA, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. in Music Edu- 
cation; Tomahawk; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Concert Band (2, 3, 4); Marching Illini 
(1, 2, 3); First Regimental Band (1); University Orchestra (2, 3, 4). 

SPORNY, KATHLEEN ESTHER CALIFORNIA, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. in Elementary 

Education; ALLEN; First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3). 

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SPRAGUE, RONALD ROY ZION; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry. 

SPRAGUE, MARGARET DARROW WHITE HALL; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; Illini 

Guide (3); James Scholar (1); Honors Day (1). 

SPRINKLE, LARRY WILLIAM PANA; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; Alpha Epsilon, 

President (4); S.N.I.B. (3); A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Field and Furrow (2). 



SPURLIN, SUSAN ANN iMBOY; B.S. in Education; ARBOR SUITES; Pi Gamma Mu 

(3, 4); Illinois State University. 

STABLES, JOHN RICHARD EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; BETA 

THETA PI; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (2, 3); Board of Fra- 
ternity Affairs (3); Illini Guide (1, 3); James Scholar (1, 3); Honors Day (1). 

STACY, SANDRA SUZANNE GLEN ELLYN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; TAFT; 

Terrapin (2); Angel Flight (3, 4); Dolphin Queen (3). 



STADTLANDER, HANJOCHEN WALTER WHEATON; B.S. in Industrial Administration; 

THETA CHI; Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Illigreek (2); Illini Guide (2, 3); Greek 
Week Council (3); Accountancy Club (2, 3. 4); Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment (2); Young Democrats Club (2); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4); University 
of Maryland. 

STAFFORD, ANN LOUISE NAPERVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA 

PHI; Illini Union Committee Member (3, 4); University Chorus (3); Student National 
Education Association (4); Illinois State University. 

STAFFORD, ELIZABETH ANN PARIS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; 4-H HOUSE; 

Wesley Foundation Executive Council (3, 4); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Sno-Ball 
Committee (2). 

STAMBAUGH, ELMER LEE GOOD HOPE; B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE. 

STAMBERGER, DONALD LEE LA MOILLE; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; BETA 

SIGMA PSI; Engineering Council (4); A.S.A.E. (3, 4); Wartburg College. 

STANDISH, BARBARA ELIZABETH CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; DELTA 

GAMMA; Shorter Board; Gamma Alpha Chi; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); 
University Theatre Crew (3); Pompons (2); Terrapin (2); Greek Week Committee (2); 
Military Sponsor (4); Angel Flight (3, 4); Northern Illinois University. 



STANGELAND, NANCY MARIE CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social 

Studies. 

STANKOVICH, PETER CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Latin American Studies; SCOTT; 

Army ROTC, Cadet Major; Scabbard and Blade (4); Judo Club (3); Honors Day (3); 
University of Chicago; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

STANLEY, WILLIAM RICHARD AURORA; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ORCHARD DOWNS, 

House President (3); Football, Freshman Squad (1); Semper Fidelis (2, 3, 4). 



STARKWEATHER, CLARENCE JASON, JR HETTICK; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; 

Tomahawk; Illini Guide (3); IM Rec Board (2); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Sno- 
Ball Committee (2) ; Agricultural Judging Team (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

STARTZ, BEVERLY ELIZABETH LOCKPORT; B.S. in Education; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; University Chorus (3); Joliet Junior College. 

STAUFFER, SHARON RAE SHARPSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathe- 
matics; ALLEN, House President (3); Alpha Lambda Delta; James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1). 



STEELE, MAX HAVANA; Bachelor of Architecture; GARNER; A.I.A. (1, 2, 3). 

STEFANIAK, GENE WAYNE WESTVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; DELTA TAU 

DELTA; The ILLIO (2); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Association of U.S. Army 
(4); University Soccer Club (1, 2). 

STEFANOVIC, JUDITH MARIE OAK PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., French; EVANS; Shorter 

Hoard; Torch; Alpha Chron; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); 
University Theatre Crew (1); University Chorus G); Women's Glee flub (2, 3, 4); 
Illini Guide (2); Hellenic Students Club (3, 4); I.A.S. (2); French Club (3); Italian 
Club (1, 2, 3, (), President (2). 

STEIN, KALETA BETH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3). 

STEIN, NANCY S SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Communications; SIGMA DELTA TAU, 

Home President (4); Illini Union Committee Member 12); University Theater Crew 
(2, 3); Junior Panlicllcnic (2). 

STEIN, SANDRA GAIL WOOD RIVER; U.S. in Communications; IOTA ALPHA PI; 

Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily lllmi (3, l); llhni Union Committee Chairman (4); Illini 
Union Committee Member (3); Campus Chest (3); VV.I'.G.r. (2); C.W. Post College. 




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Physiology 103, Zoology 104, Psychology 100. 



STEINER, GERALD RAY .... ALTON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SIGMA TALI GAMMA, House 
President (4); Star and Scroll; Interfraternity Executive Council (4); Illini Guide (3); 
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2); A.S.C.E. (4, 5); Young Re- 
publicans Club (l). 

STELTER, ERNEST EDWARD, III MOUNT PROSPECT; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA 

PHI EPSILON; Alpha Kappa Psi; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Iowa State University; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

STENBERG, JAMES RICHARD ROCKFORD; B.S. in Communications; DELTA PHI; 

Alpha Delta Sigma; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (3); Illigreek (3); Greek 
Week Committee (21; Anthropology Club (3); Marketing Association (3, 4); Young 
Republicans Club (3, 4). 

STENZEL, BARBARA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ARBOR SUITES; 

Campus Chest (2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (1); Folk Song Club (2); S.C.O.P.E. (3); 
Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

STENZEL, RODGER JOHN GENESEO; B.S. in Agriculture; Plowboy Prom Committee 

(3) ; Hoof and Horn Club (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2); Moline Junior College. 

STEPHAN, JAMES EUGENE HERRIN; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; American Ceramic Society (2, 3, 4). 

STEPHENS, LYLE EUGENE COLFAX; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; Alpha Epsilon, 

President (3); Agricultural Council (3); Engineering Council (4); A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), 
President (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

STEPNER, CHARLES BARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ZETA BETA TAU; 

Alpha Delta Sigma; Campus Chest (1); S.C.O.P.E. (4). 

STERNSHEIN, EILEEN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; PHI SIGMA 

SIGMA; French Club (2, 3); Student National Education Association (3); Young 
Democrats Club (4) ; University of Wisconsin. 



STERNSHERN, SHARON CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI SIGMA 

SIGMA; Campus Chest (2). 

STERRETT, ROBERT EUGENE EAST PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Freshman Choir (1). 

STEVENS, CHARLES HERBERT GILLESPIE; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

Engineering; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astro- 
nautics (2, 3, 4). 

STEVENS, JANE ELLEN CANTON; B.S. in Home Economics Education; 4-H HOUSE; 

Shorter Board; Phi Epsilon Omicron; W.I.S.A. Executive Council (4), President (4); 
Panhellenic-W.I.S.A. Coordinating Committee (3, 4); Student Senate (3); S.N. LB. 
(1, 2); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Re- 
publicans Club (3, 4). 

STEWART, DANIEL CLINTON ANCHOR; B.S. in Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE, House President (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 4), International Relations 
Board Head (1); Agricultural Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Field and Furrow (3, 4); 
Hoof and Horn Club (4); Illini Agricultural Mechanization Club (4); Young Repub- 
licans Club (3, 4). 

STEWART, JAMES FRANK LINCOLN; B.S. in Finance; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Commerce Honors 
Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key. 

STEWART, JAMES KENT QUINCY; B.S. in Accountancy; BETA THETA PI; Delta 

Sigma Pi; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Baseball, Varsity Squad (3), Freshman Squad (1); 
Accountancy Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program (2, 3); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2). 

STILL, MICHAEL JEFFREY MOUNT ZION; B.S. in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; 

Tomahawk; Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha. President (4); Agricultural Council (3); 
Illini Guide (3); Plowbov Prom Committee (1); Sno-Ball Committee (1); Agricultural 
Education Club (2, 3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

STILL, STEVEN MICHAEL CARLINVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; KAPPA DELTA RHO, 

House President (4); Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Economics Club (3, 4); Field and Furrow 
(2); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

STILLENS, MARILYN JOAN ONARGA; B.S. in Home Economics; WESCOGA; Wesley 

Foundation Executive Council (3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Education Advisory Committee (2, 3). 

STILLWELL, PAMELA JO CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA 

ALPHA THETA; The ILLIO (1,2); Illini Union Committee Chairman (1); Illini Union 
Committee Member (1); Star Course Manager (1); Campus Chest (1); Student Musicals 
(4) ; Student National Education Association (4) ; University of Illinois College of Nursing. 

STINGL, SUSAN JANE MUNICH, GERMANY; A.B. in L.A.S., Anthropology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Illini Guide (2); Anthropology Club (2, 4). 



STITLE, HARRY MARIAN, III INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; 

ALPHA RHO CHI; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); A. I. A. (2, 3, 4). 

STOLLER, HAROLD LLOYD, JR GRIDLEY; A.B. in L.A.S.' Political Science; DELTA 

CHI; Illini Union Committee Member (4); Pershing Rifles (1, 2). 

STOLZ, ANTHONY JOSEPH WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. 

(4); Honors Day (1, 3). 




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STOREY, MARCIA JOANN DEKALB; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; DELTA GAMMA; 

Phi Beta Lambda; The Daily Illini (1, 2); The ILLIO (3). 

STOTTRUP, ENID MARI DECATUR; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; The 

ILLIO (2); Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member 
(2, 3); Junior Panhellenic (2); Marketing Association (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

STOZEK, ROBERT RANDALL ROSELLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Student Senate (2, 3, 4). 

STRAUSS, RUTH AMELIA CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; LAUREL HOUSE; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois. 

STRAW, DAVID WILLIAM STERLING; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; ALPHA KAPPA 

LAMBDA; Star Course Manager (1); University Chorus (1); Men's Glee Club (2); 
American Ceramic Society (2, 3, 4). 

STREDDE, EDWARD HERMAN AURORA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Tan Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); 
Engineering Honors Program (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key. 

STROHM, KAREN NELL WOODSTOCK; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Mask and Bauble; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); University Theatre Man- 
ager (3); University Theatre Cast (1); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. 
(1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Junior Panhellenic (2); N.A.A.C.P. (1); Young Republicans 
Club (1). 

STROHMAN, ROGER WAYNE GENESEO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; BRANDOLIER; 

A.S.C.E. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4). 

STROLE, LESLIE EUGENE OHLMAN; B.S. in Agriculture; GREGORY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Illini Agricultural Mechanization Club (3, 4). 

STROUP, STANLEY STEPHENSON DEKALB; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE, House President (3); Tomahawk; W.P.G.U. (1); 
L.A.S. College Council (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

STRUBE, ROBERT GLENN TOPEKA; B.S. in Agriculture; MEDEA, House President (3); 

Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Council (3); Illini Agricultural Mechanization Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2). 

STRUSINER, LYNDA LEVIN ATLANTA, GEORGIA; B.S. in Education; SIGMA DELTA 

TAU; University Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (1); Illigreek (1); Greek Week 
Committee (D; Honors Day (2). 

STRUSINER, RICK STEVEN LINCOLNWOOD; Bachelor of Architecture; TAU EPSILON 

PHI. 

STRUZINA, RALPH DENNIS WHEATON; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; Engineering 

Council (3, 4); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
A.S.M.E. (1, 2); A.F.S. (1, 2). 

STUNTZ, KENNETH EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Engineer- 
ing Council (4); A.F.S. (2); S.A.E. (3, 4), President (4); Wright Junior College. 

SUCHOVY, TATIANA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; EVANS; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois. 

SUHAJDA, MARILYN HELENE CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA OMICRON PI; 

The Daily Illini (1); Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Greek Week Committee (3). 

SUMMERS, CHERYL DAWN FORT WAYNE, INDIANA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; 

ALLEN; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; A.I.I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); Delta Sigma 
Omicron (3, 4); Y r oung Republicans Club (3, 4); Delta Sigma Omicron (1, 2, 3, 4); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

SUNDBERG, MAY MARGARET RIVERDALE; A.B. in L.A.S., German; DELTA 

GAMMA; University Theatre Crew (2); Junior Panhellenic (2); Major Committee 
of Student Senate (1); German Club (2, 4); Saint Olaf College; University of Vienna. 

SURMAN, JOHN KENNETH CARLINVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; CHI PSI; Black- 
burn College. 

SUSKI, GERALDINE R CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; EVANS; Zeta 

Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee Chairman (4); Illini Union Committee Member (3); 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (2); Loyola University. 

SUSKIN, KENNETH EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI; Alpha Kappa Psi; The Daily Illini (1); The ILLIO (2); Y'.M.C.A. (1, 2); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Major Committee of Student Senate (1, 2); Accountancy 
Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

SUSLER, BEVERLY ANN DECATUR; A.B., in L.A.S.. English; ALPHA EPSILON 

PHI; Mortar Board; Torch; Pi Sigma Alpha; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); 
I.P.C. Board (3, 4); Student Senate (1,2); Major Committee of Student Senate (1, 2, 3); 
Freshman Seminar (1), Director (3); Illini Guide (2); James Scholar (1. 2, 3. 1); Honors 
Day (2). 

SUSNER, NICHOLAS JEROME IOLIET; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (4); 

I.S.P.E. (4); Lewis College. 



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SUTTON, KENN LEWIS FARMINGTON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TRIANGLJ ; 

Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (3, 4). 

SVITALEK, ROBERTA DAWN BERWYN; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; Ulini Union Committee Member (2); Honors Daj (1). 

SWAIN, CARL EUGENE METROPOLIS; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- 
neering; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma Tau; 
Ulini Guide (2, 3, 4); American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2, 3, 4); 
Engineering Honors Program (2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

SWAIN, CYNTHIA MALINDA PEORIA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Ulini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Junior Panhellenic (1); Uhgreek 
(2, 3); JToung Republicans Club (3); Ulio Beauty (2). 

SWALEK, ROBERT STANLEY CALUMET CITY; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology. 

SWANER SCOTT STEPHEN MCLEAN; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; SIGMA PHI 

DELTA, House President (4); W.P.G.U. (2); A.I.I.E., A.I.S. (2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4). 

SWANSON, JUDITH NASH URBANA; B.S. in Recreation; Ulini Union Committee 

Chairman (3); Ulini Union Committee Member (I, 2); Terrapin (1); Chevron (3); 
American Recreational Society (2, 3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2); Honors 
Day (3). 

SWANSON, KARIN EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; 

CLARK; Folk Song Club (3); Ulini Ski Club (3, 4); Illinois State University. 

SWARTZ, BARBARA LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON; Ulini Union Committee Member (1, 2. 3); Campus Chest (2); Student 
Musicals (1); Student National Education Association (4); Young Democrat Clubs (3). 

SWEENEY, JEANETTE MARY GLEN ELLYN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA OMI- 

CRON PI; The Daily Ulini (1); Greek Week Committee (3). 

SYPHERD, CAROLE COCHRAN ASSUMPTION; B.S. in Home Economics; First Regi- 
mental Band (2, 3); S.N.I. B. (3, 4); Home Economics Club (4). 

SZOTT, WALTER ALLEN DANVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; 

The Daily Ulini (1, 2); Ulini Union Committee Member (1); Star Course Manager (li; 
Campus "Chest (1); Freshman Seminar (1); Film Society (2, 3, 4); Folk Song Club 
(2, 3); Young Republicans Club (3). 

SZYMANSK, DIANE FRANCES CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics. 

TABOR, JANET LYNNE PARK RIDGE; B.F.A. in Art Education; PHI MU; University 

Theatre Crew (2); Young Republicans Club (1). 

TAGTMEIER, JOHN HENRY GLENVIEW; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science. 



TAKEUCHI, HAJIME NARA, JAPAN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (4); Judo 

' Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

TAMER AHMET TAMER ADANA, TURKEY; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; Turkish 

Students Club (3, 4). 

TANNER, RICHARD ARTHUR DENVILLE, NEW JERSEY; A.B. in LAS., Economics; 

GRENADA- Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Tomahawk; M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 3), 
President (3); Student Senate (2); Major Committee of Student Senate (2). 

TAO AUSTIN PAUL . . . EVANSTON; Bachelor of Landscape Architecture; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (1); Chinese Students 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

TAPLIN MARVIN JAMES PONTIAC; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

TATTINI JAMES GREGORY ROBINS A.F.B., GEORGIA; A.B. in L.AS. Finance; 

' PHI GAMMA DELTA; Ma-Wan-Da; Rho Epsilon; Major Chairman of Ulini Union 
Committee (3); Ulini Ujnion Committee Chairman (2); Ulini Union Committee Member 
(1); Cheerleader (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (4), Major Chairman (4); Air Force 
ROTC, Captain; Interfraternity Council Program Board (3, 4). 



TAYLOR FRANK JAMES, JR CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; University Theatre 

TA ' Cast (2); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Second Regimental Band (3); Ulini Guide (2); Folk Song 

Club (2, '3, 4); Central YMCA Junior College. 

TAYLOR, HOWARD WAYNE CULLOM; B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; 

Ulini Agricultural Mechanization Club (3). 

TAYLOR, RALPH ERNEST GRANITE CITY; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; Uni- 
versity of Iowa; Southern Illinois University. 



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TAYS ROBERT CHAPLIN JACKSONVILLE; U.S. in Communications; DELTA TAU 

DELTA; Alpha Delta Sigma: The Daily Illini (2); The ILLIO (1); V.M.C.A. (2); 
Societj for the Advancement of Management (3); Young Republicans Club (3); Southern 
Illinois University, 

TEBUSSEK, PATRICIA ANNE DECATUR; B.S. in Home Economics; GAMMA PHI 

BETA, House President (4); The ILLIO (1, 2); Illini Union Committee Chairman 
(4); Illini Union Committee Member (l); Star Course Manager (2). 

TENNER, GERALD MARTIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PRAETORIANS; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Beta Alpha Psi; Freshman Seminar (1); Accountancy Club (4); Commerce 
Honors Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

TERRY, VICTORIA LOUISE KEWANEE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; Phi Beta Kappa; The Daily Illini (2); Honors Day (2, 3); University of 
Dallas; University of Santa Clara. 

TESTER CAROL ANN NOKOMIS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; LEEMAN 

LODGE, House President (4); Delta Phi Alpha (3, 4); Campus Chest (2, 3); German 
i Hub (2, 3, t). 

THATCHER, NANCY LYNNE WTLMETTE; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; The ILLIO (1); Second Regimental Band (1); 
Pre-Vet Club (1, 2). 



THEAN, JAMES EDWARD SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Chemistry. 

THEOBALD, GERALD RAY ..... BUFFALO; B.S. in Agriculture; FARMHOUSE; Alpha Tau 
Alpha; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Marching Illini (2, .3. 4); First Regimental 
Band (4) ; Second Regimental Band (1, 2, 3) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; Agricultural 
Economics Club (2. 3); Agricultural Education Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

THIEL, JOSEPH PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; PEABODY DRIVE RESI- 
DENCE; Navy Pier intension of the University of Illinois; Tennis Team (1, 2); Honors 
Day (1). 

THIEL, TERRY NOBLE NAPERVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Psi Chi; Baldwin- Wallace College. 

THIERSCH, CRAIG LEE PEORIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Mathematics; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Phi Alpha; 
German Club (4); Russian Club (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

THOMAS, CARLA BETH FOREST PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PHI MU; Purdue 

University. 

THOMAS, FRANCIS MARION PATOKA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Mu Ep- 

silon; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (4); Engineering Honors Program (3); Southern Illinois 
University. 

THOMPSON, MARY BETH CANTRALL; B.S. in Economics; DELTA GAMMA; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Dolphins (2); Greek Week Com- 
mittee (1); Commerce Honors Program (3); James Scholar (3); Honors Day (2). 

THOMPSON, SAMUEL WALTER QUINCY; B.S. in Agriculture. 

THOMPSON, TERRY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; TAFT. 

THOMS, KAREN MARCIA PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Home Economics; PHI MU; Illini 

Union Committee Member (3, 4); Albion College. 

THORNTON, SARA SUE OAK LAWN; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (2); Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); 
Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Junior Panhellenic (1); Angel Flight (1); Mar- 
keting Association (3, 4). 



THORSEN, MARCIA MAY WINNETKA; B.S. in Home Economics; ARBOR SUITES- 

Y.W.C.A. (4); Oratorio Society (4); A.C.E. (4); Folk Song Club (4); Home Economics 
Club (2); Young Republicans Club (2); Drake University. 

TIERSKY, RONALD SHERWIN SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Marching Illini (1, 2); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); German Club (3); History 
Honors Program (2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

TIMPSON, RONALD RAYMOND LAMINGTON, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Aeronautical 

and Astronautical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Sigma 
Tau; Sigma Gamma Tau. 



TOBIN, DANETTE MARY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; DELTA ZETV Pi 

Mu Epsilon; Finance Club (3); German Club (4); DePaul University. 

TOCKMAN, EARLE RAYMOND CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PI LAMBDA PHI 

House President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Guide (3, 4); Accountancy Club (3, 4);' 
-oik Song < lull (1); S.C.O.P.E. (3 4); Young Democrats Club (3); Commerce Honors 
Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

TOCKS, JOHN HOTJNSLEY . . CARLINVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; SIGMA CHI; Sachem; 

Alpha Zeta; T. ribe of Uhni (2, 3, 4); Fencing, Captain (4), Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter 
,"■{ '.' ,.,'•; ,"" i,'"" 1 '' ?!'• A ,Knc„ltural Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans 
( lub (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 




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TOEDTER, KENNETH WALTER GRANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Wartburg College. 

TOLAN, LINDA LUCILE MINONK; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-H HOUSE; Women's 

Glee Club (2, 3); Oratorio Societj (1); Home Economics Council (2); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (I, 2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (2, 3); Plowboy Prom Queen (3). 

TOMASIC, MICHAEL GEORG3 CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; EVAN'S 

SCHOLARS; Phi Kappa Phi; Suma Tau; Tau Beta Pi, President (4); Eta Kappa 
Nu; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Engineering Council (4); I.E.E.E. (4); Engi 
neering Honors Program (3, 1); Honors Day (2, 3). 



TOMPKINS MAURICE LEE SMITHBORO; B.S. in Agriculture; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

Agricultural Education Club (3, 4); Dairy Production Club (3, 4); Flying Illini (4); 
Greenville College. 

TORGERSEN MICHAEL THOMAS HINSDALE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

TRIANGLE; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tail Sigma; Engineering Council (4); St. 
Pat's Ball Committee (3, 4); A.S..M.E. (3, 4); Engineering Honors Program (4); St. 
Joseph College. 

TOROK, CAROL LOU MONEE; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Zeta Plu Eta; Sigma Alpha Eta (4); Joliet Junior College. 



TORRENCE, DONNA RAE HARVEY; B.S. in Physical Education; ALLEN; Physical 

Education .Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Women's Extramural Sports Association (3, 4). 

TOY, RAYMOND MONGIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ENTREKIN 

CLUB; A.F.S. (2); A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4); S.A.E. (4); Karate Kai (3, 4); Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois. 

TRACZ, CAROLE MARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology. 

TRAUB, CAROLYN JEAN PEORIA; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; DELTA ZETA; 

Western Illinois University. 

TRECCANI, ARTHUR LOUIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Marketing Association (3, 4); Society for the Advancement 
of Management (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

TRIGG, WILLIAM JAMES, JR CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Canterbury Association (3, 4); N.A.A.C.P. (4); Southeast 
Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

TRINEN, MARY BETH CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA OMICRON PI; 

The Daily Illini (1); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Junior Panhellenic (2); Young 
Republicans Club (3). 

TRISKO, DAVID MICHAEL ..... LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; 
St. Mary's College; University of Kentucky. 

TROTTER, GLENN WILLIAM BROADVIEW; B.S. in Accountancy; SCOTT, House 

President (3); Arnold Air Society (1); Accountancy Club (4); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois. 

TROUTT, MARVIN DEAN SANDOVAL; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; GREGORY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Army Drum and Bugle Corps (1, 2). 

TRUEMPER, THOMAS CARL AURORA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; CLUB ESQUIRE; 

A.I.Ch.E. (2, 3, 4); Valparaiso University. 

TSAO, FRANCES LEE-FUNG KOWLOON, HONG KONG; B.S. in Home Economics; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Chinese Students Club (2, 3, 4) ; Home Economics 
Club (3, 4) ; St. Xavier College. 

TUGGLE, KAREN BETH TINLEY PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; MC KIN- 
LEY; W.I.S.A. Executive Council (3, 4); Illini Guide (4); Freshman Board (1). 

TURL, ALBERT CHARLES CANTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

House President (3); United Christian Fellowship (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (2, 3); 
Canton Community College. 

TURNER, JUDITH ANNE KIRKLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; ARBOR 

SUITES; University of the Americas. 

TURNER, STEPHEN CAMERON PARK FOREST; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; COLLEGE 

HALL; Bloom Community College. 

TYGETT, REBECCA ROSE SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ALPHA PHI; 

Illini Union Committee Member (4) ; Springfield Junior College. 

TYMITZ, GEORGE PETER CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- 
neering; Phi Eta Sigma; Military Ball Committee (4); Air Force ROTC, Cadet Colonel. 
Commander; Air Force Council (4); Armed Forces Council (4), Chairman (4); American 
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (4); Honors Day (1). 




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TYSIAK, JAMES ANTHONY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PKABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (3); M.R.II.A. Judicial Board (41; I.K.E.K. Ill; 
Navv Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Cross Country, Freshman Squad 
(1); Track, Letter (2); I.E.E.E. (1, 2). 

UNDERWOOD, MICHAEL LEWIS PEORIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; SIGMA CHI; 

Skull and Crescent; Interfraternity Executive Council (2); Major Committee of Student 
Senate (1); Freshman Seminar (1); Philosophy Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3). 

UNLUSOY, FIKRET ANKARA, TURKEY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Turkish 

Students Club (2, 3, 4); Moslem Students Club (2, 3, 4). 

URBANSKI, ROSEMARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

URRUTIA, BENJAMIN CALI, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Men's Glee Club 

(2. 3); A.S.C.E. (2, 3); Colombian Students Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); University 
Soccer Club (1, 2). 

UTZ, DAVID KEMP WHEATON; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA CHI; lllini Union Com- 
mittee Chairman (3); Star Course Manager (2); Dolphins (2, 3); Greek Week Com- 
mittee (3); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Bucknell University. 



VADASZ, SUZANNE JOSEPHINE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (3. 4); lllini Guide (3); lllini Forensic Association (3); lllini 
Readers (3, 4); Student National Education Association (3, 4); Northern Illinois Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student National Education 
Association fl, 2), President (2); Pier Playhouse (2); lllini Union Committee Member 
fl, 2). 

VANDERBERG, MICHAEL ALAN OAK LAWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; 

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Sigma Tau; A.I.Ch.E. (2, 3, 4); Univer- 
sity of Michigan. 

VANDERKLOOT, BARBARA COX LINCOLN; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

ALLEN; Student National Education Association (2, 3, 4). 



VANINGER, MARJORIE ELAINE TRENTON; B.S. in Home Economics Education; 

ARBOR SUITES, President (4); Torch; Phi Upsilon Omicron (3, 4); S.N.I.B. (1, 2, 3); 
Home Economics Council (3); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2); Sno-Ball Committee 
(1, 2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

VANWERMESKERKEN, WILLIAM HENRY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PEA- 
BODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 'Illinois; 
German Club (1, 2). 

VAREAM, TULA ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Recreation; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Pom- 
pons (1, 2); Intramural Manager (3); Senior Co-ordinating Manager (4); Orchesis 
(1, 2); Angel Flight (1); Physical Education Majors Club (2). 

VAUGHAN, ANN LINDA SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Millikin University. 

VEENSTRA, GEORGE FINLEY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

KOINONIA, House President (3); M.I. A. Executive Council (3); Delta Sigma Omi- 
cron (4). 

VENCKUS, JULIANNE IRENE LOCKPORT; B.S. in Education; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

The ILLIO (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (4); lllini Union Committee Member 
(3. 4); Junior Panhellenic (3); Sno-Ball Committee (3); Student National Education 
Association (3, 4); Speech and English Club (3, 4); Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Northern 
Illinois University. 

VERMIGLIO, ALFRED VITO CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon, President (3); W.P.G.U. (2); A.S.C.E. 
(2, 3, 4); I.T.fi. (4); Society of General Engineers (1); Honors Day (2, 4). 

VICTOR, JAMES ANTHONY LYONS; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Terrapin (3, 4); 

A.F.S. (3); A.S.M.E. (4); Morton Junior College; Texas Western College. 

VOGEL, RAYMOND RUDOLF WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; 

ALPHA RHO CHI; Star and Scroll; lllini Union Committee Member (1); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1). 



VOLK, JOHN WASHINGTON; B.S. in Agriculture; Sigma Delta; S.N.I.B. (1); James 

Scholar (1, 3, 4). 

VOLSEN, ARTHUR JERRY FARMERSVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (3); 
Eastern Illinois University. 

VON BEHREN, LARRY ALAN STRASBURG; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Omega Beta Pi; Honors Day (3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key; Eastern Illinois University. 

VONFELD, EVA RENEE ELMHURST; B.S. in Elementary Education; TAFT; Beloit 

College. 

VOSYKA, NANCY ANNE BERWYN; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; DELTA DELTA DELTA 

THE ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committee Chairman (1); lllini Union Committee Mem- 
ber (2). 

VOWELL, JOHN LAWRENCE MT. VERNON; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; THETA XI: 

Fencing, Varsity Squad (2), Freshman Squad (1); Air Force ROTC, Second Lieutenant, 



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WAGMAN, LEE IRWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

GREGORY DRIVE RESIDENCE; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 
(2, 3); Glider Club (1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

WAGNER, GENE EDWARD GLENVIEW; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; DELTA UPSILON; 

Campus Chest (1, 2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Folk Song Club (2). 

WAGNER, JANET KATHLEEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ALPHA OMICRON 

PI; Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (I); Student Senate (2, 3); 
Panhellenic Hoard of Affairs (2, 3, 4). 



WAGNER, MARTHA LYNN HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR 

SUITES; The Daily Illini (3); University of Colorado. 

WAHL, ROGER MERRILL SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Engineering Mechanics; SIGMA 

NU; Illini I'nion Committee Member (3); Illinois Technograph (2, 3); Military Ball 
Committee il); Army ROTC, Captain; Pershing Rifles (3, 4); Society of American 
Military Engineers (1, 2); Association of U.S. Army (4); Engineering Mechanics Society 
(2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1). 

WALBERG, ROBERT EDWIN BELVIDERE; B.S. in Agriculture; ACACIA; Men's Glee 

Club (2, 3); Greek Week Committee (3); Agricultural Economics Club (4). 

WALDEN, RAWLS WADDEY CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E. 

(3, 4). 

WALDRON, EDWARD MICHAEL GLENVIEW; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA UPSILON ; 

Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Accountancy Club (3); Association of U.S. Army 
(3, 4), President (4); Young Democrats Club (2); John Carroll University. 

WALK,^ JANICE EVELYN NEOGA; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Alpha Sigma Nu, President (4); W.E.S.A. Board (2,3), President (3); Physical Education 
Majors Club (2, 3, 4); Webster College. 

WALKA, HELEN ELIZABETH CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ARBOR SUITES; 

Psi Chi; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Sno-Ball Committee (1). 

WALKER, HOWARD ERNEST URBANA; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; Phi Kappa Phi; 

James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (3). 

WALKER, JAMES GORDON ARMINGTON; B.S. in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; 

President (4); Tomahawk; Alpha Zeta, President (4); Agricultural Council (3, 4); 
Illini Guide (3); Plowbov Prom Committee (3); Sno-Ball Committee (3); Agricultural 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2). 



WALL, PATRICIA JEAN OAK PARK; B.S. in Home Economics; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Mundelein College. 

WALL, ROBERT EDWIN NORTHLAKE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

PEABODY DRIVE RESIDENCE; Christian Science Executive Council (1, 2, 3, 4). 

WALLACE, ELINOR JANAE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA KAPPA 

ALPHA; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; French Club (1, 2). 

WALLMAN, LAWRENCE HENRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GRANADA; 

I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

WALSH, MARY ELIZABETH ELMHURST; B.S. in Accountancy; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

The ILLIO (2, 3) ; Accountancy Club (4) ; Finance Club (4) ; Southern Illinois University. 

WALTERS, BARBARA LOUISE HINSDALE; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; DELTA 

ZETA; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Sigma 
Alpha Eta (4). 

WALTERS, JOHN JAMES BELLWOOD; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- 
neering; TRIANGLE; St. Pat's Ball Committee (3, 4); American Institute of Aero- 
nautics and Astronautics (4); Saint Joseph's College. 

WALTHES, TOM ANDREW MASCOUTAH; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Illini Guide (3); A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

WANDER, CARLA LOUISE DOWNERS GROVE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; CHI OMEGA. 

WANDSCHNEIDER, CAROL W DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Home Economics; SIGMA 

KAPPA; Oratorio Society (2); Plowbov Prom Committee (1); Home Economics Club 
(1, 2, 3); WILL-TV Workshop (2). 

WARD, CHARLOTTE STEPHANIE EVANSTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALPHA 

KAPPA ALPHA; N.A.A.C.P. (3); S.N.C.C. (3); University of Wisconsin. 

WARD, JACQUELINE JEANNE LOCKPORT; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ILLI- 
NOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Joliet Junior College. 



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WARD MICHAEL HAROLD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; KAPPA ALPHA 

PSI; Omicron Delta Kappa; Psi Chi, President (4); Faculty Senate Subcommittee on 
Undergraduate Student Discipline (3, 4); Howard University. 

WARNER JACQUELYN MARIE AURORA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA, House President (4); Shorter Board; Torch; Slu-Ai, President (3); Ilhni 
Umon Committee Chairman (1. 2, 3); Illini Union Committee Member (1); Campus 
Chest (I. 2, 3); Panhellenic Executive Council (3); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating 
Committee (2, 3); Student Musicals (1, 2); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3); Illini Guide (3); Chevron (2); Young Republicans Club (1). 

WARNOCK WILLIAM WALLACE ALEXIS; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Eta Kappa Nu; Engineering Honors Program (4); Western 
Illinois University. 

WARREN TUDITH ELIZABETH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA 

XI DELTA; DB Club (1); Honors Day (3). 

WARREN, KAREN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA TAL 1 ; 

Illini Union Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (3); Illigreek (1); Student National 
i ation Association (4). 

WARREN R^INO VICTOR CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE, 



WARSHAWSKY, DAVID CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; American Chemical 

Society (3, 4); Hillel Foundation (3, 4); Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois. 

WASSERMAN, STEPHEN MARTIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA 

DELTA; The Daily Illini (1); Accountancy Club (4); Finance Club (4); Folk Song 
Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

WATERS JOSEPH PAUL NORRIDGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; Phi Eta Sigma; 

I.P.C. Board (3); W.P.G.U. (3, 4); M.I. A. Executive Council (2. 3); Newman Club 
(1. 2); Ilhni Guide 13); Commerce Honors Program (D; James Scholar (1, 2); Honors 
Day (1). 



WATNE, SUSAN KAY HINCKLEY; A.B. in L.A.S.. History; SIGMA KAPPA; Illini 

Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); University Theatre Crew (4); Junior Panhellenic 
(1); Greek Week Committee (3); Young Republicans Club (3). 

WATSON, MARY JANE PARIS; Medical Records Administration; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Albion College; Beta Beta Beta. 

WATTERS, JAMES LEE OAK PARK; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; PSI UPSILON; 

Alpha Surma Mu; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3) ; Junior Interfraternity Council 
ID- Student Senate (4); Major Committee of Student Senate (4); Second Regimental 
Band (1. 2); Dolphins (1, 2, 3); Engineering Council (4); A.I.Ch.E. (2); M.I.S. (3, 4); 
Young Republicans Club (4); Engineering Honors Program (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 4); 
Honors Day (4). 



WATTS, BETTY JANE OTTAWA; B.S. in Home Economics; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Illini Guide (4). 

WAX, CYNTHIA SILVERT HIGHLAND PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., History; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee Member 
(1, 2). 

WAY, RICHARD EVERT COOPERSVILLE. MICHIGAN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Army ROTC, Cadet Captain; Phalanx (2, 3, 4). 
President (41; Joliet Junior College. 



WEBB, MARILYN SUE CLINTON; B.S. in L.A.S. 

RESIDENCE. 



Physiology; ILLINOIS STREET 



WEBB, MARY DIANA URBANA; B.F.A. in Painting; Alpha Lambda Delta; University- 
Theatre Crew (1) ; University Chorus (1) ; James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

WEBB, NORMAN FREDRICK, II DEER CREEK; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE, House President (2, 3); Marching Illini (3); Second Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2, 3). 



WEBER, DENIS JOSEPH SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALPHA DELTA 

PHI; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 4); University Theatre Crew (4); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1). 

WEBSTER, ANN TOULON; B.S. in Elementary Education; Illi-Sota (1, 2, 3). 

WEEDEN, DONNA FAYE CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Gamma Delta (2, 3); Society for the Advancement of Management (2, 3, 4); 
Navy Pier Extension of the LTniversity of Illinois. 



WEIBEL, JOHN ROBERT GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in General Engineering; ALPHA SIGMA 

PHI; Air Force ROTC, Second Lieutenant. 

WEINBERG, BURTON LAWRENCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; TAU EP- 
SILON PHI; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Illini Union Committee Member (4); Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Baseball, 
Varsity Squad (1, 2), Letter (1, 2); Basketball, Varsity Squad (2); Cross Country, 
Varsity Squad (2); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2); Letterman's Club (1, 2); 
Honors I >ay (21. 

WEINBERG, LYNNE ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; TAFT. 




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WEINBERG, RALPH MICHAEL SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; SIGMA ALPHA 

MU; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2). 

WEINER, MAURINE KAY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; EVANS; University 

Theatre Crew (3); S.N.C.C. (4); English Honors Program (3, 4); James Scholar (3, 4); 
Honors Day (3) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
French Club (1, 2), President (2); Student National Education Association (1, 2); 
Orchesis (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

WEISEL, EDWARD BERRY CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; Illini Union 

Committee Member (4); M.I. A. Executive Council (4); Student Senate (4); Folk Song 
Club (1, 2); Illini Forensic Association (1, 2); M.I. A. Judicial Board (3, 4); James 
Scholar (1, 2). 

WEISS, JAMES ALAN SKOKIE; B.S. in Management; PEABODY DRIVE RESIDENCE, 

House President (3); Alpha Phi Omega; Campus Chest (1); Illini Guide (3, 4); Army 
ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Association of U.S. Army (4); Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management (4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4). 

WEISS, RICHARD THEODORE GRANITE CITY; B.S. in Engineering Mechanics; 

ARMORY HOUSE; Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Engineering Mechanics 
Society (2, 3, 4); Engineering Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

WEKSLER, RITA BERYL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ARBOR 

SUITES; English and Speech Club (3, 4). 

WELCH, KENNETH EDWARD MACOMB; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA 

NU; Pi Tau Sigma; Illini Union Committee Chairman (3); Illini Union Committee 
Member (3); A.S.M.E. (4). 

WELLS, PETER SCOTT HAMILTON; B.S. in Marketing; THETA CHI; Alpha Delta 

Sigma; University Choir (2, 3); NROTC, Battalion Operations Officer. 

WENDELL, CAROL JEAN MOLINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; KAPPA DELTA; Shorter 

Board; The ILLIO (1, 2); Major Chairman of Illini Union Committee (4); Illini Union 
Committee Chairman (3, 4); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); University Theatre 
Manager (1); Student Musicals (1, 2, 3); Greek Week Committee (2); Sociology Club 
(3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

WERNER, GAIL VOKATY RIVERSIDE; B.S. in Home Economics; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3). 

WESSBERG, ARLENE AGNES GLEN COVE, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; 

ALPHA XI DELTA; Hofstra College. 

WESSBERG, KATHY JEAN NILES; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA XI DELTA; 

Chicago Teachers College North. 



WEST, SARAH OMAHA; B.S. in Elementary Education; PRESBY, House President (4); 

Alpha Chron; Illini Union Committee Member (1); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Y.W. 
C.A. (3, 4). 

WESTENBORG, JACK ARTHUR SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Finance; Air Force ROTC, 

Cadet Major, 

WETZEL, ROBERT EDWARD TUSCOLA; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; ALPHA 

KAPPA LAMBDA; James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

WEXBERG, LINDA BARI CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA 

TAU; Illini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Campus Chest (2); Illigreek (1); Illini 
Guide (2); Student National Education Association (4). 

WHALUM, DORIS LOUISE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; DELTA SIGMA 

THETA; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; S.N.C.C. (2); Young Demo- 
crats (1). 

WHITE, PATRICIA KATHERINE JOLIET; B.S. in Economics; DELTA ZETA; Finance 

Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3); Joliet Junior College. 

WHITNEY, FRANK LEROY WINNEBAGO; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Plow- 
boy Prom Committee (1); Agricultural Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Agricultural 
Judging Team (3); Hoof and Horn Club (I, 2, 3, 4). 

WIEMAN, STEVEN CLYDE TROY, MISSOURI; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; PEABODY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Psi Chi; Campus Chest (1); Psychology Honors 
Program (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 3). 

WIERCIAK, RICHARD TED CICERO; B.S. in Finance; TAU KAPPA EPSILON, House 

President (4); The ILLIO (2). 

WIESE, HOWARD HENRY ELGIN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GRANADA CLUB- 

I.E.E.E. (1, 3, 4); Umversity of Illinois Weight Lifting Club (2, 3, 4); Gamma Delta 
(1, 2); James Scholar (1). 

WIKHOLM, RONALD JOEL CICERO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; GAR-MEN, House 

President (4); American Chemical Society (4); L.A.S. Honors Program (1, 2): James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

WILCOX, SUSAN MICHELLE NORTH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Psi Chi; University Theatre Crew 
(3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Psychology Honors Program (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2,'3)- 
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WILDER, STEVEN EUGENE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PSI 

UPSILON; Y.M.C.A. (1); Engineering Council (4); I.S.P.E. (2, 3, 4); S.A.E. (3, 4). 

WILHELMSEN, BERNARD EDWIN GENEVA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET f RESIDENCE; Orchesis (4); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (3); Young Democrats 
Club (4); Iowa State University. 

WILKE, WILLIAM FREDERICK HARVARD; B.F.A. in Painting; Marching Illini (1, 2); 

First Regimental Band (1, 2); Fine and Applied Arts Council (1, 2); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1); Folk Song Club (1, 2, 3); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2); Student Peace 
U/nion (1, 2); S.D.S. (4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 



WILLETT, JAMES JEFFREY DANVILLE; B.S. in General Engineering; ALPINE LODGE; 

Baseball, Freshman Squad (D; Engineering Council (2); I.S.P.E. (3, 4); Society of 
(ieneral Engineers (2, 3, 4), President (4); Honors Day (3). 

WILLI, JOHN PHILIP CHICAGO; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; American Ceramic 

Society (4). 

WILLIAMS, CLAIRE BETH IOLIET; A.B. in L.A.S., English; DELTA ZETA; Illini 

Union Committee Member (2); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Campus Chest (1). 

WILLIAMS, JAMES MICHAEL EAST MOLINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; Delta Sigma 

Omicron (3, 4). 

WILLIAMS, JAMES NOAH HUTSONVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; SNYDER; Omega 

Beta Pi; Intramural Council (1, 2); Intramural Manager (2); Army ROTC, Major; 
Phalanx (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (4); Honors Day (1). 

WILLIAMS, JANET MARIE CARMI; B.S. in Home Economics; PRESBY; Alpha Chron; 

Women's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (D; McKiuley Foundation Executive 
Council (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Council (2); Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 3). 

WILLIAMS, JEFFREY ALLAN COLONA; B.S. in Education; Blackhawk College. 

WILLIAMSON, PETER DAVID HOUSTON, TEXAS; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

Flying IUini (1, 2, 3, 4); S.C.O.P.E. (3); S.N.C.C. (3); Illini Union Committee Member 
(3); Praetorians (1, 2, 3, 4). 

WILLMS, ARNOLD DEAN MOWEAQUA; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA PI. 

WILLMS, JACQUELINE DAVIS MACON; B.S. in Home Economics; ARBOR SUITES, 

House President (3); Phi Upsilon Omicron; Northern Illinois University; Alpha Sigma 
Alpha. 

WILSON, BYRON THOMAS MOUNT PROSPECT; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; THETA 

XI; Marching Illini (4); Second Regimental Band (4). 

WILSON, DAVID BLAKE CLARENDON HILLS; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; SIGMA 

CHI; University of Washington; Tulane University; University of Hawaii. 

WIMAN, FERRELL FRANK ROBINSON; B.S. in Physical Education; Baseball, Varsity 

Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); Football, Freshman Squad (1). 

WINGFIELD, CARL DEAN HERSCHER; B.S. in Agriculture; Football, Freshman Squad 

(D; Field and Furrow (3, 4); Olivet College. 

WININGS, THOMAS RAGLAN LOVINGTON; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA KAPPA 

LAMBDA, House President (4); Ma- Wan- Da; Sachem; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Campus 
Chest (1); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Pre- Vet Club (I, 2). 

WINTER, JOHN PAUL RIVER FOREST; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; KAPPA SIGMA; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Intramural Manager (2); University Chorus (1); 
Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (2); Illini Guide (2). 

WINTER, STEVEN RAY BELVIDERE; B.S. in Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Agricultural Judging Team (2, 3, 4); Field and Furrow (3, 4); 
Illini Sportsman's Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

WINTON, JEFFREY BLAKE CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Ma- 
Wan-Da; Sachem; Tomahawk; Director, Illini Union Board (4); Major Chairmaa 
of Illini Union Committee (3); Illini Union Committee Chairman (1, 2); Illini Union 
Committee Member (1, 2); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Second Regimental Band 
(2, 3); WILL (4); Student Musicals (2); Greek Week Committee (3); Finance Club (4); 
Young Democrats Club (3) ; Iota Delta Pi. 



WINZLER, NATALIE JANE HINSDALE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; SHERWOOD 

LODGE, House President (4); Illini Guide (2); Sociology Club (2, 3, 4). 

WIRTH, MARY JO BYNUM HARRISBURG; B.S. in Education; Southeastern Illinois 

College. 

WLEZIEN, LAWRENCE ROBERT NILES; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; A.S.C.E. (4); Navv Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A.S.C.E. 
(1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1). 



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WOJTOWYCZ, MARIA NINA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Russian; EVANS; Ukrainian 

Students Club (3, 4); German Club (3); Russian Club (3, 4); International Club (4); 
Newman Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Ukrainian 
Club (1, 2), President (2). ' 

WOLFE, NANCY KAY FLORA; B.S. in Communications; GAMMA PHI BETA; Theta 

Sigma Phi, President C4); The Daily Illini ID; Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2); 
Major Committee of Student Senate (2); Honors Day (1, 3). 

WOLFE, SUSAN L CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ARBOR SUITES, House 

President (4); Sociology Club (3, 4); Washington University. 



WOLTER, RALPH LEE GRANT PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. 

(3, 4), President (4); Illinois State University. 

WOLTERS, WILLIAM EDWIN CARLINVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA 

RHO; Agricultural Economics Club (3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

WOO, WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Architectural Engineering; Chinese Students Club 

(3, 4); A.I.A. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



WOOD, DENNIS ELWYN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Accountancy; Alpha Kappa 

Psi; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

WOOD, JANET BELLE MARIETTA, GEORGIA; Bachelor of Music; BUSEY; Shorter 

Board; Torch; Mu Phi Epsilon, President (4); Star Course Manager (1); Women's 
Glee Club (2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

WOOD, TERRY LYNN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Economics; Alpha Kappa Psi; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



WOODS, JEAN LOUISE CHESTERFIELD; B.S. in Accountancy; TAFT; Illini Guide 

(2); Newman Club (1). 

WOOLEVER, LARRY JOE CREENUP; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Hoof and Horn Club (1); Illini Agricultural Mechanization Club (2, 3, 4). 

WORCESTER, JANET ROBERTA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ARBOR 

SUITES; Ohio State VJniversity; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
University Choir (1). 



WRIGHT, DIANE CAROL PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Recreation; TAFT, House President 

(4); American Recreational Society (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2). 

WRIGHT, JAMES BERNARD LANSING; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; Illini Ski Club 

(4); St. Joseph's College. 

WRIGHT, JOHN LEWIS JACKSONVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ACACIA; 

Star Course Manager (1, 2); Illini Guide (3); Film Society (2); Folk Song Club (1, 2, 3, 
4); Spanish Club (3). 



WRIGHT, LOIS RUTH DES PLAINES; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Russian; CHI OMEGA 

Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Dobroe Slovo; Illini Union Committee Memb 
(3); Star Course Manager (1, 2, 3); Women's Glee Club (1, 2); Russian Club (1, 2), 
German Club (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

WRIGHT, PATRICIA ANN BROOKFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ARBOR SUITES, 

House President (4); Shorter Board; W.P.G.U. (2, 3, 4). 

WRONSKI, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Economics; WESTON; 

Golf, Varsity Squad (4). 



YAMANAKA, OSAMU CALVIN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Anthropology; GREGORY 

DRIVE RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

YANKOVICH, DANIEL EMIL CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; University of Indiana; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

YATES, ANN SHARON PEORIA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; DELTA DELTA DELTA; 

Illini Union Committee Member (1); L T niversity Theatre Crew (1). 



YEAST, KATHIE ANN ATLANTA; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; The 1LLIO (2); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Illinois State University. 

YOBSKI, JACK F DECATUR; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA DELTA PHI; Illini Union 

Committee Member (1); Marketing Association (3, 4). 

YODER, ARLETA RAE ARCHBOLD, OHIO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; VAN DOREN; 

Illini LTnion Committee Member (4); Delta Sigma Omicron (1, 4); German Club (3). 



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YOSHIMURA MICHAEL NALANI SOICHI HONOLULU, HAWAII; B.S. in General 

YOSHI Eiwinrerin * ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Marching Illini (1); Second Regi- 

mental Band (1); Air Force ROTC, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel. 

YOUNG, ALBERT UNIONDALE, NEW YORK; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (3, 4). 

YOUNG NANCY KAREN MARSHALL; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; Y.W.C.A. (4); Panhellenic Executive Council (3, 4); Angel Flight (2, 3, 4); 
A.I.I.E.,'a.Ls! (4); DePauw University. 

YOTTNG ROBERT TACKSON SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; 

*u , PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Gargoyle; A.I.A. (3, 4); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); 

Louisiana Polytechnic Institute; Tulane University. 

YOUNGDALE MARTHA ANN PERU; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALLEN, House President 

(2)- Shorter Board; W.I.S.A. Executive Council (3); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating 
Committee (3); Illini Guide (2); Sno-Ball Committee (3); Student National Education 
Association CI, 4); Young Republicans Club (1); Conservative Coordinating Council (1). 

YUNKER ELAINE LOUISE MINOOKA; B.S. in Home Economics; STRATFORD 

HOUSE; The ILLIO (1); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (2); S.N. LB. (3, 4); University 
Baptist Foundation Executive Council (2, 3); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Chairman (3); Sno-Ball Committee (1, 2, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

ZACHER, RICHARD ALLEN CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (2, 3, 4, 5); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ZACKER JEROME THOMAS CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PEABODY 

' AVENUE RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (3); I.E.E.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Synton (3, 4); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ZASHAVSKY, LAWRENCE JAY LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU EPSILON 

PHI, House President (3); Phi Eta Sigma; The Daily Illini (2); Illini Union Committee 
Member (3); Campus Chest (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Student Senate (2); 
Freshman Seminar (1); Intramural Manager (2); Illigreek (2); Hillel Foundation (3. 4); 
Commerce Council (3); Greek Week Committee (2); Accountancy Club (3); Finance 
Club (2); Young Democrats Club (3); James Scholar (1); Honors Day (2). 

ZEMAN BARBARA ANN WESTMONT; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Phi Kappa Phi; Illini Union Committee Mem- 
ber (3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Illinois State 
University. 

ZERVOS GEORGE ARISTEDES EVANSTON; B.S. in Economics; GREGORY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Phalanx (3, 4). 

ZIEL, WALTER WILLIAM ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in General Engineering; I.S.P.E. (2, 3, 4); 

Society of General Engineers (4). 



ZILBERSTEIN, SEYMOUR RAY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ARMORY 

HOUSE; I.M. Rec Board (4); Pre-Law Club (4); Northwestern University; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ZIMMER ALAN PARK RIDGE; B.S. in CivU Engineering; FIRESIDE; Chi Epsilon; 

A.S.C.E. (3); James Scholar (2, 3, 4). 

ZIMMER CAROL ANN URBAN A; B.S. in Elementary Education; Illini Union Com- 
mittee Member (1); Star Course Manager (1); A.C.E. (1, 2, 3, 4), President (2, 3); 
Student National Education Association (4). 



ZIMMERMAN, EARLE CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ZETA BETA TAU; 

Campus Chest (2); Student Musicals (2); Fine and Applied Arts Council (3, 4); Folk 
Song Club (2) ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ZITLIN FRANCINE JANIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; A.C.E. (3); Miami University. 

ZLOTNICK SEYMOUR M NEWINGTON, CONNECTICUT; B.S. in Communications; 

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE, House President (4); Alpha Delta Sigma; 
Delta Sigma Omicron (3, 4); Wheelchair Track Team (3, 4). 



ZMRHAL, ROGER GEORGE BERWYN; B.S. in Accountancy; PEABODY DRIVE 

RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (4); Marching Illini (4); First Regimental Band (4); Second 
Regimental Band (3); Accountancy Club (3. 4); Marketing Association (4); Society 
for the Advancement of Management (4); Morton Junior College. 

ZRALKA, CAROLE ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA OMICRON 

PI. 

ZVONAR, MARTIN JOHN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Industrial Education; Wright Junior 

College. 




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ANVER, MIRIAM RISA CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (4); Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student Congress (1); Women's 
Athletic Association (2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

BALOR, RONALD LEE LEE CENTER; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6) ; Pacific Lutheran University; Eureka College; 
University of Nevada. 

BEN-HUR, SHIA CHAMPAIGN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4). 



BRANDT, GARY WAYNE CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Illinois Veterinarian (4); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Biology Club, President (2). 

CIRONE, SALVATORE MICHAEL CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega 

Tau Sigma; Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4); Saint Mary's 
College. 

COATS, DON WEBSTER CAHOKIA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (5, 6, 7, 8); Southern Illinois Uni- 
versity. 

COTTER, SUSAN MARY WILMETTE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Illini Guide (3); 

Folk Song Club (3); Pre- Vet Club (2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association 
(3, 4, 5, 6); Phi Zeta; James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DAVIS, JERRY WAYNE DIX; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter Veterinary 

Medical Association (3, 4). 

DEAN, WINFRED DUANE GRIGGSVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; TRI-M; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Marching Illini (1, 2); First Regimental Band (1, 2); 
Pre- Vet Club (1, 2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DERWELIS, STEPHEN KOCH COLLINSVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; BETA 

THETA PI; The Daily Illini (2); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Student Chapter Veteri- 
nary Medical Association (4, 5, 6, 7), President (7); Phi Zeta; Bronze Tablet (4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

DOUGLAS, WILLIAM BRUCE, JR LAKE FOREST; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; 

Phi Eta Sigma; W.P.G.U. (1, 2); Pre-Vet Club (1, 2); Student Chapter Veterinary 
Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

DOZIER, ROGER GALE TUSCOLA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Alpha Zeta; Pre-Vet Club (1, 2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 
5, 6), President (0); Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key. 

FRANK, ALLAN FREDRICK CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Tennis, Freshman Squad (1); Student Chapter 
Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4). 

GIBBONS, ROBERT WESLEY WESTCHESTER; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega 

Tau Sigma; Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (7, 8, 9, 10) ; Lyons Junior 
College; Elmhurst College; Northern Illinois University. 

GROOM, DENNIS ROBERT CICERO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6). 




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HAARS, RICHARD GLENN ATKINSON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary .Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Western Illinois University. 

HENRIKSEN, GERALD LEE LENA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6, 7); Carthage College. 

JOHNSON, DENNIS RAY NOKOMIS; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6, 7) ; Southern Illinois University. 

JOHNSON, RONALD ALAN BARRINGTON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Phi Eta 

Sigma; The Daily Illini (6) ; Concert Band (2, 3, 4) ; German Club (1, 3) ; Student Chapter 
Veterinary Medical Association 14, 5); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

LACEY, ROBERT LEE KINMUNDY; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6) ; Southern Illinois University. 

LOWRY, JOSEPH THOMAS PITTSFIELD; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Alpha Zeta; 

Omega Tau Sigma, President (6); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association 
(5, 6); St. Thomas College. 

MCLAUGHLIN, CLYDE DAVID PEORIA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau 

Sigma; Pre-Vet Club ill; Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4); Eureka 
College; Bradley University. 

PELLEGRINO, ROSE ANN LOMBARD; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (5, 6); Navy Pier Extension of the LTniverslty of Illinois; 
Honors Day (1). 

PERRY, CURTIS ALLYN MAPLE PARK; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Gamma Sigma 

Delta; Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Honors Day (3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Rockford College; Augustana College. 

RHODA, DAVID ALAN CHENOA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4); Honors Day (3); Illinois State Normal University. 

RILEY, MICHAEL PHILLIP WILMETTE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Phi Kappa 

Phi; Omega Tau Sigma; Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); 
Illinois Veterinarian (5, 6), Editor (6); Loyola University. 

RISING, JAMES LLOYD OTTAWA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6); Honors Day (1); LaSalle- 
Peru-Oglesby Junior College. 



SAUERS, ERNEST STEPHEN .... DAWSON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; ACACIA; Star 
and Scroll; Illini Union Committee Chairman (1, 2); Student Chapter Veterinary 
Medical Association (4, 5, 6). 

SKAGGS, GRADY LEON MASON CITY; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6). 

SMITH, ROY EDWARD LA GRANGE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; The Daily Illini 

(2, 3); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5); Lyons Township Junior 
College. 

SPEARS, CAROL ANNE SHELBYVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; SIGMA 

SIGMA SIGMA; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Illini (2); W.P.G.U. (2); Pre-Vet 
Club (1,2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6, 7); Honors Day (1). 

SPEARS, CHARLES THOMAS SHELBYVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Agri- 
cultural Judging Team (5, 6); Field and Furrow (2); Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4, 5, 6); 
Pre-Vet Club (3); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (5, 6, 7, 8). 

SPENCE, CHARLES DALE CARMI; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Pre-Vet Club (1, 2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6). 

STEFFEN, THOMAS BRENNEN CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student 

Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6); College of St. Thomas. 

STUBBLEFIELD, DENNIS RAY STANFORD; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Alpha 

Zeta; Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6); Agriculture Honors 
Program (2); Veterinary Medicine Honors Program (4). 

SWIECKI, TIMOTHY LAWRENCE ROME, NEW YORK; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; 

Omega Tau Sigma; Pre-Vet Club (1, 2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Associa- 
ation (4, 5, 6); Rugby Club (3, 4); Illinois Veterinarian (4, 5), Editor (5). 



VICKERS, JAMES EVAN WESTERN SPRINGS; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student 

Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6); Kemper Junior College. 

WALTERS, TED CLARK ELGIN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter Vet- 
erinary Medical Association (5, 6). 

WESSON, JOEL KEITH LELAND; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; DELTA SIGMA 

PHI; Junior Interfraternity Council (D; University Chorus (1); Agricultural Judging 
Team (3); Hoof and Horn Club (2, 3); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association 
(3, 4, 5, 6). 



WESSON, KAREN MCNEIL LELAND; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Pre-Vet Club 

(2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6); Mount Holyoke College. 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM HOWARD LELAND; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student 

Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6). 




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President Henry 
Leads Confidently 



For eleven years now Dr. David 
Dodds Henry has been President of 
the University of Illinois. In those 
years he has overcome the stagger- 
ing problems of expansion. He has 
also established better relationships 
with other state schools. President 
Henry is very active on many nation- 
al committees. He is vice president 
of the Association of American Uni- 
versities and chairman of the Execu- 
tive Committee of the National Asso- 
ciation of State Universities. 

President Henry takes an active 
interst in all U. of I. affairs. In 
his study is a football with all the sig- 
natures of the 1964 Rose Bowl play- 
ers and Illios from 1956 to 1965. 

Mrs. Henry is active on the Red 
Cross and Carle Clinic. 




ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS and their wives are entertained at the 

Champaign Country Club before Commencement. Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. 

William Koones, President and Mrs. Henry, and Mr. and Mrs. George Halas. 



PRESIDENT DAVID D. HENRY often walks this route between home and office. 




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PRESIDENT HENRY'S DUTIES take him to many social events, such as 
this reception. 



DR. PRESTON BRADLEY and President Henry 
converse before June 1 965 Commencement. 





IN HIS ELEVEN years as University president, David D. 
Henry has made numerous telecasts. 




AN EXAMPLE OF President Henry's promotion of better relations with other 
colleges is the inter-campus TV hookup. 

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They Work Behind the Scenes 





OTTO KERNER, GOVERNOR of Illinois, acts as one of the 
exofficio members of the Board of Trustees. 



RAY PAGE FILLS the time consuming position of State Super- 
intendent of Schools. 






HERBERT FARBER HOLDS 
the job of Comptroller of the Uni- 
versity. 



ANTHONY JANATA SERVES as Secretary of the 

Board of Trustees. 



PROVOST LYLE LANIER supervises various 
college activities and programs. 



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TOP ROW: Herbert Farber, Anthony Janata, Irving Dilliard, Wayne Johnston, Ray Page, Theodore Jones, Earl Hughes. BOTTOM ROW: 
Kenney Williamson, Timothy Swain, Howard Clement, David Henry, Mrs. Frances Watkins, Harold Pogue. NOT IN PANEL: R. R. Manchester, 
Otto Kerner. 



Trustees Control University of Illinois Policy 




The University Board of Trustees 
consists of 11 members elected by the 
people of Illinois. The Governor and 
the Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion act as ex-officio members of the 
Board. The other nine Trustees are 
elected for terms of six years. 

The Board of Trustees extends its 
authority over the U. of I. within the 
limits of those laws established by the 
General Assembly of Illinois. The ju- 
risdiction of the Board covers all mat- 
ters except those for which it has del- 
egated authority to other parts of the 
University. On matters of power, ad- 
ministrative organization, and responsi- 
bility of U. of I. officers, the Board 
of Trustees acts on the advice given 
by the President of the University. 



David D. Henry, president of the University of Illinois. 



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Fred Turner Completes 23 Years As Dean of Students 




FRED H. TURNER, Dean of Students, is responsible for coordinating all 
student services and activities outside of the classroom. 



Fred Turner, dean of students since 
1943, has been relieved of responsibility 
as dean of students to act as chairman 
of the University Committee on the Cen- 
tennial. The centennial will officially be- 
gin on February 28, 1967, the anniversa- 
ry of the signing of the U. of I.'s char- 
ter by the Illinois General Assembly. A 
13 month celebration will follow. 

Dean Turner, who has been associ- 
ated with the University nearly 50 years, 
has sentimental reasons for overseeing 
the Centennial celebration. At the com- 
pletion of the celebration in 1968, he will 
retire from all his duties. 

Dean Turner was the first dean of 
students at the University. As dean of 
students, it was his responsibility to ad- 
minister and co-ordinate student affairs. 




TOP K' )W: Robert Schuiteman, director of foreign student affairs; Bruce Kelly, assistant to the dean; John Griffin, assistant dean. BOT'l OM 
ROW: I.. I,. Stafford, associate (lean; Fred II. Turner, dean of students; V.J. Hampton, assistant dean. 

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REGISTRATION AT THE Armory is a simple task for most students due to Pre-registration. 



Admissions and Records Supervises Official Duties 



DEAN CHARLES SANFORD is head of one of the most complex arms of the Uni- 
versity — the Office of Admissions and Records. 



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The University's Office of Ad- 
missions and Records touches the 
experience of all who attend Illinois. 
It is the first office the new student 
contacts when seeking admission and 
is the office that evaluates his cre- 
dentials and issues his permit to en- 
ter. This office arranges for his reg- 
istration, including assessment of his 
tuition and fees, administers his schol- 
arship, keeps an official report of his 
academic achievement, issues official 
transcripts, and is responsible for the 
preparation and delivery of his hard- 
earned diploma. 

Other functions in which the Of- 
fice of Admissions and Records en- 
gages include direction of entrance 
exams, administration of the Univer- 
sity's program of high school rela- 
tions, supervision of a program of 
testing and research related to stu- 
dent admission and retention, and di- 
rection of the University Exchange- 
Visitor Program. 

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BETTY L. HEMBROUGH assists the Dean by JEAN F. HILL works with 

advising married students. independent women. 



Dean of Women Supervise Girls 



MIRIAM A. SHELDEN heads the Office of the 

Dean of Women. 






EUNICE M. DOWSE is in 
charge of planning and staff- 
ing in residence halls. 



LINDA H. HESTER helps freshman women. 



BARBARA S. METZNER deals with Panhellenic 
women on campus. 



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MARY E. HARRISON 

is in charge of 
residence hall counseling. 



ASSISTANTS TO THE Dean are: Lorene Skornia, Social Events; Patricia Donovan, General; Jessica 

Daniel, Research Assistant; and Mary Louise Filbey, Mothers' Association. 








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CARL W. KNOX, Dean of Men, supervises undergraduate males. 



Dean Knox and Associates Counsel Male Students 



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JAMES W. TAYLOR advises the men of MRHA. 



W. STEWART MINTON works with the fraternity men. 



KARL F. IJAMS fills the position of adviser to MIA. 




GAYLORD F. HATCH is the able adviser to Mini Guides 
and new students. 




The Illio has long recognised out- 
standing students, but never has it paid 
tribute to the many brilliant and dedi- 
cated men and women on the 
faculty. We, the editors, hope this 
section honoring faculty members will 
be an annual feature of the Illio. 
We recognise that an institution 
such as Illinois could never exhaust 
its list of outstanding faculty people in 
a few years nor could one ever 
pick "bests" from such a list. 
Therefore, we asked each of the 
colleges to select one of their members 
who deserved this recognition. 

University of Illinois Faculty Citations 




DR. CHARLES E. OSGOOD, 

Professor of Psychology and Director 
of the Institute of Communications 
Research in the College of 
Journalism and Communications, was 
raised and educated in the East 
and never has liked the corn fields of 
Illinois. Since he came to the 
University in 1949, he has had other 
offers but feels Illinois is too 
good to leave. The author of several 
books, Prof. Osgood's most recent is 
Perspective in Foreign Policy. 
A one time Guggenheim Fellow and 
president of the American Psychological 
Association, he also received the 
Association's award for Distin- 
guished Contribution to the Science of 
Psychology. In 1962 Dr. Osgood was 
given an honorary Doctor of Science 
degree from his alma mater, Dartmouth. 
He also is listed in Who's Who. 

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MR. J. NELSON YOUNG, B.S., L.L.B., 

C.P.A., and Professor of Law, 

came to the University of Illinois as a student 

in the College of Commerce in 1934. 

After receiving his B.S. degree he worked on 

the audit staff of Arthur Anderson and Co. 

before returning to get his law degree 

in 1942. After the war Prof. Young 

worked for a law firm but returned to Illinois 

as a faculty member in 1946. His stay 

at Illinois has been interrupted only once when 

he accepted a visiting professorship at 

Harvard Law School in 1958-59. Prof. Young 

is now serving on the Faculty Senate Ad Hoc 

Committee on Year-Round Operation. He is 

a member of the University Committee 

on Accountancy which administers the 

C.P.A. examination. During the summer of 

1959 Prof. Young was a member of the 

Harvard International Tax Program 

group which advised the Columbian 

government on the reform of their income tax 

statutes. Prof. Young is a member of the 

Order of Coif, honorary law fraternity. 




DR. NORMAN GRAEBNER, Professor of 
History in the College of Liberal Arts 
and Sciences, is probably the best known 
lecurter on campus; his 300 level diplomatic history 
course has more than 500 students in it 
this semester. Because of this ability to make 
lectures vital and interesting, Prof. Graebner 
has also been asked to lecture at other 
universities. In 1958 he delivered 
the Commonwealth Fund Lectures at the University 
of London and in 1 962 the Walter Lynwood 
Fleming Lectures at Louisiana State University. 
In 1963 he was a Fulbright Lecturer at the 
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. 
Something else Prof. Graebner does well 
is write. He has many books and articles to his 
credit, one of them being Cold War Diplomacy. 
Dr. Graebner came to Illinois from 
Iowa State in 1956 as a visiting professor 
and stayed on the next year. He says the 
University is about as ideal a place to teach as 
he can think of. Prof. Graebner is listed 
in Who's Who in America. He also received the 
first MIA Teacher Award and was honored 
at the ZBT Faculty Recognition Dinner. 

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According to DR. MORELL BELOTE 

RUSSELL, Professor of Soil Physics, 

Director of the Illinois Agricultural Experiment 

Station, and Associate Dean 

of the College of Agriculture, the 

University of Illinois is a first rate institution 

or he would not be here. Dean Russell 

came to Illinois as Head of the 

Department of Agronomy in 1951 after 

serving on the faculty of Cornell and Iowa State 

Universities and attending Iowa State 

and Michigan State. Through the 

years Prof. Russell has 

served on or chaired a seemingly endless 

list of University, state, national, 

and international committees and panels. In 1959 

he had a three month assignment in India 

where he helped build institutions 

for teaching. Dr. Russell is presently 

a member of the Secretary of Agriculture's 

Science Advisory Committee as well as 

a committee in a division of the Atomic Energy 

Commission. He is a fellow 

in and the former president of the American 

Society of Agronomy. A member of Farm house 

fraternity, Dean Russell is a member of 

several honor societies and was a Danforth Fellow. 

He is listed in American Men of Science 

and Who's Who in America. 




Coming to the University in 1930 

as an assistant, DR. LAURA 

J. HUELSTER has worked up to the 

rank of Professor of Physical 

Education for Women and 

Head of the Department in the College 

of Physical Education. 

Prof. Huelster is very concerned with 

the girls in her department, 

both personally and professionally. 

For her service to the profession Dr. 

Huelster has been elected a fellow 

in the American Academy of 

Physical Education and an honor 

fellow in the American Association 

for Health, Physical Education, 

and Recreation of which she has 

been vice president. She is named in 

Who's Who in American Education and 

Who's Who of American Women. 

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As an historian MR. ALAN KEMP LAING, A.M. and Professor of 

Architecture from the College of Fine and Applied Arts, regards the library as one of 

his most valuable resources. Prof. Laing's pet project has 

been extensive research on the unfinished Cathedral of Beauvaix in France. 

He was educated at Denver, M.I.T. and Harvard and came to Illinois in 1940. In 

addition to being editor of the Journal of the Society of Architects and Historians, Mr. 

Laing has also written articles for encyclopedias. He is a member of Beta Theta 

Pi, Scarab, Gargoyle and an honorary member of Alpha Rho Chi. 





Aside from the fact that there are not 
enough co-eds north of Green Street, 
DR. CHARLES ALLEN WERT 
likes the relatively conser- 
vative atmosphere of the University 
and the Midwest. Educated at 
Morningside College and 
the University of Iowa, Dr. Wert 
came to Illinois in 1950 and is now a 
professor of physical metallurgy 
in the College of Engineering. 
Prof. Wert is a member of the Board 
of Editors of McGraw Hill. 
He also has written Physics of Solids 
with Robb M. Thomson. Dr. Wert 
is presently chairman of his college's 
Curriculum Committee. At ZBT's first 
annual Faculty Dinner Prof. Wert 
was one of those honored. 

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In the words of MR. EUGENE 
LYLE HAAK, B.S. and flight 
instructor in the Institute of Aviation, the 
personnel in the Institute have 
little time for anything but instruction 
with 100 students enrolled in 
the three curricula and more getting 
pilot's licenses. However, Mr. Haak 
still has found time to parti- 
cipate in writing Fundamentals of Aviation 
and Space Technology. Before getting 
his degree from Illinois, Mr. Haak 
had been in the Air Force for six years. 
He began teaching full time in 1956. 



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In his years of University service, DR. JOHN J. DEBOER has accumulated numerous awards 

and recognitions which have culminated in being named in Who's Who in America. 

Presently a Professor of Secondary and Continuing Education in the College of Education, Prof. 

DeBoer majored in English at Wheaton College and taught at Roosevelt University until 1947. 

For his long and meritorious service to the teaching of English, he received the 

W. Wilbur Hatfield Award from the National Council of Teachers of English for which he 

served as president. Dr. DeBoer has also been president of the National Conference on Research 

in English. Five years ago he took a sabbatical leave to study the European school 

systems. Prof. DeBoer has written the popular high school text Building Better English and a 

book in the field of his special interest, The Teaching of Reading. 





DR. SOL SPIEGELMAN, 

Professor of Microbiology in the 
Graduate College, is listed 
in American Men of Science 
with good reason. Recently the 
American Medical Association 
proclaimed his success in 
synthesizing RNA as 
the top medical story of the year. 
Working under continuous grants 
from various institutes 
since 1945, Prof. Spiegelman has 
written about 150 articles 
concerning his work. He received 
the Pasteur Award from the 
Illinois Society of Bacteriologists 
and has been elected to the 
National Academy of Sciences and 
the Center for Advanced Study, 
which has only six members. 
In addition to having taught at 
Illinois since 1949, Dr. Spiegelman 
has also been a CIBA Lecturer 
at Rutgers and a Jessup 
Lecturer at Columbia and has 
taught at Washington University. 




Three years ago DR. ROBERT K. MAUTZ' 

"A Personal Code of Business Ethics" 

won a national contest sponsored by Alpha Kappa Psi 

professional fraternity. This recognition 

is only one of many received by 

Dr. Mautz, Ph.D., C.P.A. and Professor of Accountancy 

in the College of Commerce and 

Business Administration. Educated at the University 

of North Dakota and at Illinois, 

he worked with Haskins & Sells, C.P.A.'s and 

Alexander Grant & Co., C.P.A.'s before coming to the 

University in 1948 to join the faculty. Dr. Mautz is the 

author of several books and articles, 

among them the text Fundamentals of Auditing. Last year 

Prof. Mautz served as president of the American 

Accounting Association and is presently 

serving a three year term on the governing council of 

the American Institute of Certified Public 

Accountants, the first professor to be so elected. 

Preferring the academic freedom of the University to a 

business position, Prof. Mautz says 

he would not change places with anyone. 



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PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF many hours of classroom study yields fruitful results. 



College of Agriculture Offers Technical Training 



The College of Agriculture is rec- 
ognized for its excellent programs of 
integrated teaching, research, and ex- 
tension. Students in home economics 
and agriculture receive a good founda- 
tion in the basic sciences and humani- 
ties, as well as specialized training in 
their particular field of interest. The 
Agricultural Experiment Station main- 
tains approximately 350 research proj- 
ects, and the Extension Service con- 
ducts a continuous educational program 
for both rural and urban people in ev- 
ery Illinois county. Many pupils have 
an opportunity to participate in this re- 
search and extension work by summer 
jobs and part-time work. In its inter- 
national program, the College helps in 
establishing agricultural universities in 
India and elsewhere. 



THE POSITION OF Dean of the College of Agriculture keeps 

Orville Bentley busy. 




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Aviators Fly High 



The Institute of Aviation is respon- 
sible for the promotion and correlation 
of the educational and research activi- 
ties related to aviation throughout the 
University. Primary concerns of the 
school are instruction, management of 
the U. of I. Willard Airport, and aer- 
onautical research. The School spon- 
sors courses in aircraft maintenance, 
ground school and flight, and aviation 
electronics, which are directed by an 
F. A. A. -designated Pilot Examiner. All 
the aircrafts maintenance and aviation 
electronics courses are taken in two- 
year sequences, as are flight and gen- 
eral education courses offered in prep- 
aration for piloting. 



THE INSTITUTE OF Aviation is under the direction of Dean 
Leslie A. Bryan. 



THE WELL-EQUIPPED AIRCRAFT maintenance shops of the Institute of Aviation are constantly humming with business. 




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Commerce Offers Training 




DEAN PAUL GREEN remains in charge of the College of 
Commerce and Business Administration. 



The College of Commerce and Business Ad- 
ministration strives to develop within its students 
the abilities necessary for responsible positions in 
business and government. Its courses are very 
useful in careers such as sales management, ac- 
counting, and banking. Students must meet re- 
quirements in science, mathematics, social scien- 
ces, and English as well as specialize in a field 
of concentration offered by the College. Its Bu- 
reaus of Economics and Business Research and 
Business Management act as research divisions. 



A NEW COMPUTOR laboratory makes training in data processing 

more meaningful to students. 



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College Trains Educators 

The College of Education provides programs 
for all teacher education curricula, including ele- 
mentary education, special education and industrial 
arts. The Bureau of Educational Research con- 
ducts studies on educational problems. The Insti- 
tute for Research on Exceptional Children directs 
studies on the education of both handicapped and 
gifted children while the Curriculum Laboratory 
develops new curricula and directs investigations 
on their value. University High School is utilized 
as a laboratory, and the University Council on 
Teacher Education is responsible for student teach- 
ing, placement, and teacher education curricu- 
lum. The new Education Building and fine staff 
help to meet the demands created by the College's 
steadily increasing enrollment. 



DEAN R. N. EVANS directs the College of Education. 



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BARCLAY JONES ADJUSTS a measur- 
ing device on a 30 foot tower constructed 
for Ph.D. thesis work. 



Illinois Claims One of Nation's Best Engineering Schools 




WILLIAM EVERITT SERVES as the Dean of the College of 

Engineering. 



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The College of Engineering encourages its 
students to take an active part in the College's 
teaching and research activities. Besides orga- 
nizing the college-wide Open House, they publish 
the Illinois Technograph, a student-managed jour- 
nal that portrays the "voice of the student." 

The Engineering Council is another organi- 
zation managed by the students. It has served 
in the revision of the Honors Program, the ad- 
visory system, and the teaching programs. 



LABORATORY ASSISTANT B. T. Kown measures samples to 

determine the radioactivity of water. 









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THE FLYING PROFESSORS go by plane to teach weekly evening extension classes throughout the state. 



University Extension Conducts Adult Education Program 



The Division of University Extension sends 
its educational services and benefits throughout 
the state. Through its continuing education pro- 
grams, the University tries to fulfill its respon- 
sibilities to the adults of Illinois. 



Its activities include the following: corres- 
pondence study; extension in visual arts, music, 
and engineering; extramural classes; police and 
firemanship training; special programs and re- 
search; and audio- visual aids service. 



THE STATELY HOTT Memorial is the site of conferences and seminars. 



DEAN STANLEY ROBINSON heads the 
Division of University Extension. 





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THIS GRADUATE STUDENT works on a graphic 

design. 



Illini Master the Arts 



Art, architecture, music, and urban 
planning are taught by the College of 
Fine and Applied Arts. Introductory 
courses intended specially to increase 
aesthetic appreciation and to illustrate 
the historical role of art in civilization 
are also offered by the College. 

The varied activities of the College 
are prominently featured in the Festi- 
val of Contemporary Arts held bienni- 
ally. These include exhibitions, demon- 
strations, concerts, lectures, and con- 
ferences. The Krannert Art Museum 
displays exhibits of local and universal 
artists, while the School of Music of- 
fers cultural concerts to students and 
faculty at the University. 



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IN CHARGE OF the College of Fine and Applied Arts is Dean 

Allen S. Weller. 



SCULPTURE STUDENTS LEARN to pour molten bronze. 




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DR. GILBERT STEINER, Director of the Institute of Government 
and Public Affairs, leads the investigation of government problems. 




GOVERNMENT PROBLEMS ARE discussed around the 
conference table at Allerton Park. 



Institute of Government and Public Affairs Studies Issues 



FOUR STATE LEADERS join in one of many heated debates which occur at the 
Annual Public Affairs Assembly at Allerton Park. 




A major service and research 
organization investigating current 
problems dealing with local, state, 
and national forms of government 
is the Institute of Government and 
Public Affairs. Managed by Dr. 
Gilbert Steiner, the Institute then 
analyzes the problems and makes 
them available to the public. Part 
of the Institute's program is the 
Public Affairs Assembly. It con- 
sists of a forum of approximately 
fifty leaders of government, edu- 
cation, business, politics, civic life, 
labor, and the professions of Illi- 
nois. Members of the Assembly 
are chosen on the basis of their 
special knowledge and involvement 
with the public affairs of Illinois. 
At the annual meeting at Allerton 
Park the Assembly discusses the 
major issues of the above areas 
that face the state. The Institute 
then makes decisions on the basis 
of the research conducted. 

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DEAN DANIEL ALPERT assumed the responsibility of Dean of the 

Graduate College this year. 



ONE THOUSAND SIXTEEN degrees were awarded last June 
to students in the Graduate College. 



Graduate College Promotes Research 



Graduate education, service to 
the community, and research are 
the essential aims of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois Graduate College. 
Established in 1907, the Graduate 
College now offers advanced de- 
grees in over one hundred fields 
of study, in which more than 7000 
students representing every state 
and seventy foreign countries are 
enrolled. The demand for people 
with specialized, advanced educa- 
tion has provided the impetus for 
this rapid expansion. 

Besides administering funds of 
31 million dollars in support of re- 
search and graduate fellowships, 
the Graduate College continues, in 
other ways, its active support of 
scholarship and achievement. 



THIS STUDENT IS working for his Master's Degree in 

Chemistry. 





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MARTIN WAGNER IS the Director of the Institute of Labor and 
Industrial Relations. 



ILIR Completes 20 Years 



This year the Institute of Labor and Indus- 
trial Relations completes 20 years of service in 
education and research. Its purpose is to "fos- 
ter, establish and correlate resident instruction, 
research and extension work in labor relations." 
The Institute makes use of the University's re- 
sources in its subject area to provide an inter- 
disciplinary approach to the study of labor and 
industrial relations problems. Many of its fac- 
ulty members hold joint appointments with other 
University departments. 

ILIR research includes such investigations as 
plant union-management relationships, job sat- 
isfaction, manpower utilization, comparative in- 
dustrial relations systems and wage structure. 
Its extension program includes short courses, 
non-credit classes, and conferences for labor, 
management and public groups on the campus 
and in communities throughout the state. 




THE LABOR AND Industrial Relations Building houses a modern library. 



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Social Work Stresses Skill 

The Jane Addams Graduate School of Social 
Work has as its main goal the education of peo- 
ple for professional practice in social work. So- 
cial work is a fairly new profession; today public 
and private social services offer citizens help in 
meeting problems of economic dependency, social 
maladjustment, mental and physical disability, fam- 
ily conflict, delinquency, and child welfare. Social 
work offers a fascinating" and varied career, an 
opportunity to serve ones fellows in a democratic 
way, and the challenge of a new field of human 
relationships. An M.S.W. degree program is of- 
fered on both the Urbana and the Chicago Circle 
Campuses, giving its participants the knowledge, 
skills, attitudes, and philosophy basic to all profes- 
sional practice. Students spend an equal amount 
of time in the classroom and in the practical as- 
pects of social work. The School offers a few pre- 
professional courses for undergraduates considering 
careers in social work. 




THE GRADUATE SCHOOL of Social Work is directed by 

Dr. Mark P. Hale. 



GRADUATE STUDENTS IN Social Work spend equal amounts of time in the classroom and in field work. 

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GARY GARDNER AND guests James Stevens and Barbara Power present a take-off on the "Tonight Show" at the College's TV lab. 



College of Journalism and Communications Expands Aims 



DEAN THEODORE B. PETERSON serves as the efficient leader of the College of 
Journalism and Communications. 




In 1902, when a small group of 
students enrolled in a course which 
dealt with writing for the press, Ill- 
inois became one of the first uni- 
versities to offer education in jour- 
nalism. By 1922 the University was 
offering a major in journalism, and 
in 1927 the College of Journalism 
was established as a separate unit. 
In 1957 the school was renamed the 
College of Journalism and Commu- 
nications and reorganized to consoli- 
date all the University's interests in 
the field — academic instruction, pub- 
lic service, and research. 

Today the College's teaching activ- 
ities are carried out by the Depart- 
ments of Radio and Television, Ad- 
vertising, and Journalism. The Di- 
vision of University Broadcasting is 
also part of the College. 

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THE LAS OFFICE, always one of the busiest on campus, is run with order and efficiency. 



College of LAS Maintains Modern Curriculum 



Approximately 9,000 undergraduate 
students are enrolled in the College of 
Liberal Arts and Sciences. Directed 
by the ideal of a liberal education, the 
College attempts to broaden the vision 
of its students by creating in them an 
appreciation of the values and attitudes 
of mind that make men free. At the 
same time, the College offers courses 
of specialization to aid its students in 
preparing for professional careers; it 
operates 26 academic departments and 
three centers for Area Studies. The 
College strives to keep its curriculum 
relevant to the needs of the 1960's. 



DR. ROBERT W. ROGERS, dean of LAS, finds that his work is never done. He 

has initiated many interdepartmental programs offering integrated curricula in 

which faculty members of several departments participate. 



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ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN a mock courtroom trial is an integral part of the training program for law students. 



The College of Law Trains Men for the Bar Exam 




DEAN RUSSELL N. SULLIVAN heads the College of Law. 



The College of Law was established in 
1897 with 39 students, two professors, and 
one classroom. Today it is housed in one 
of the finest law school buildings in the na- 
tion. The law building also contains a well- 
organized law library that has over 160,000 
volumes. These books are placed in open 
stacks for the students' convenience. 

The present student body of about 500 
is a highly selective group chosen from 100 
different undergraduate institutions in vari- 
ous states and a few foreign countries. A 
law student begins his studies leading to the 
J. D. degree after earning an undergradu- 
ate bachelor's degree. 

Over the years the law faculty has had 
many nationally famous scholars and some 
of the country's finest teachers. In addi- 
tion to the basic subjects required of every 
student, the law faculty offers a variety of 
courses in such diverse subjects as inter- 
national law, Soviet law, and oil and gas. 

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LIBRARY SCIENCE STUDENTS find themselves checking out books from the Library Science Library daily. 



Library Careers Rewarding 



Founded in 1893, the Graduate School of Li- 
brary Science operates with the University of Il- 
linois Graduate College. Its purpose is to equip 
students for both technical and reader services in 
library work. Preparation rests mainly on cer- 
tain basic studies in library work. However ad- 
vanced courses in specialized work are available. 





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iRBERT GOLDIIOR looks happy in his position as director 
of the Graduate School of Library Science. 



STUDENTS IN MRS. Winifred Ladley's library science class 
examine books in order to gain first-hand experience. 



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R. E. KALLIO serves as head of the school of Life 
Sciences. 




FIRUTE JAKSTYS, A graduate research assistant, conducts an investigation in mi- 
crobiology. 



School of Life Sciences Offers New Challenges 



DR. FRANK B. ADAMSTONE works with an electron microscope. 




The College of Life Sciences joins 
six departments: Botany, Zoology, Ento- 
mology, Physiology, Biophysics, and Mi- 
crobiology. Organization of the numer- 
ous areas of biological study into a sin- 
gle structure facilitates the formation of 
programs and curricula that involve the 
teaching of two or more of the depart- 
ments. The formation of the School of 
Life Sciences was also a testimony to 
the fact that all divisions of the School 
have similar functions, namely, teaching 
and studying living systems. 

Under the direction of the School of 
Life Sciences, a number of exciting and 
new academic programs that cut across 
departmental lines have been instituted at 
both the undergraduate and graduate lev- 
els. The faculty of the School of Life 
Sciences contains a number of scholars 
and teachers known throughout the world. 
Research activities of the faculty probe 
problems of living systems at all levels. 



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CLASSES ARE OFFERED in every phase of physical education. Here students develop muscles through weightlifting. 



College of Physical Education Keeps Students Active 



The College of Physical Education is sep- 
arated into four major departments: P.E. for 
Men, P.E. for Women, Recreational and Park 
Administration, and Health and Safety. The 
student may take courses in teaching, coach- 
ing, and park supervision. The College also 
oversees the Rehabilitation Center. 



THE WOMEN'S BRANCH of P.E. also offers a variety of activities. 

Volleyball is one of the most popular . 



DEAN K. J. McCRISTAL heads the College of P.E. 



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AN ANIMAL IS prepared for a test in which the blood pressure from its heart will be measured. 



College of Veterinary Medicine Expands and Progresses 




DR. BEVERLY COCKRELL, a recent graduate of the College, works on her 
research project, adapting fluorometric estrogen for use in dogs. 



Since its establishment in 1944, the 
College of Veterinary Medicine of the 
University of Illinois has grown from 
24 students to a present enrollment of 
nearly 250, including 60 graduates and 
71 freshmen, almost triple the number 
of the original freshman class. The 
College's three activities are teaching, 
public services, and research. Public 
services include animal clinics and an 
ambulatory service. 




DR. CARL BRANDLY is Professor of Pub- 
lic Health and Veterinary Microbiology, di- 
rector of research, and Dean of the College. 



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IN CHARGE OF the workshop was Bruce Campbell (left) of Wheaton. 
Prof. Daniel Perrino, guest speaker, talks with Wendell Doohttle, Kansas 

City Club president. 







GENE VANCE DIRECTS the Alumni Association. 



Active Alums Maintain Illini Spirit Around the World 



The Alumni Association, founded in 
1873, gives the Illinois alums a chance 
to maintain campus ties and serve the 
University of Illinois in future years. 
One of the ways the Alumni Associa- 
tion works is through the Illini Clubs. 
Approximately 90 of these clubs exist 
nationally and internationally. Usually 
they meet once or twice a year, have 
a University oriented program includ- 
ing a film or a talk by a visitor from 
the campus, and then enjoy socializing 
for a few hours. All alumni groups 
are urged to organize clubs. Only ten 
signatures are necessary for adoption 
of a club charter. Each fall all Illini 
Club officers attend a workshop on a 
football weekend. All members have 
contact with the campus through issues 
of the Illinois Alumni News. 




HOMECOMING QUEEN JANE Heggie dropped by the Alumni Office to 
visit Officers Workshop. From left are Gerald Morrow of Aurora, Otis Randolph 

of Quincy and Executive Director Gene Vance. 



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CHARLES R. MILLER and J. G. Thomas talk with President David D. Henry at the Foundation's November conference. 



Illinois Foundation Encourages University Gifts 




The University of Illinois Foundation acts 
as a separate non-profit-making corporation 
of the University. Its main function is to en- 
courage gifts and contributions. A Board of 
sixteen directors channels the gifts into medi- 
cal research, scholarship, loan funds, library 
collections, and student activities. The Foun- 
dation has a list of 10,000 contributors. Spe- 
cial gifts such as the Krannert Art Museum 
and the Center for the Performing Arts are 
attributable to the Herman C. Krannerts. 



HJALMAR JOHNSON HOLDS the important position of 
president of the University of Illinois Foundation. 



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activities 



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MORTAR BOARD 



Janice Bear 

Betty Cocking 

Tamara Dazey 

Barbara Gibian 

Ginny Hackl 

Margaret Harper 

Diane Harrison 

Mary Henderson 

Martha Herm 

Jerilyn Hoffman 

Mary Ann Jepsen 

Suzanne Kinder 

Barbara Krohta 



LYNNE, McNOWN, President 

Mary Luckett 

Connie Mango 

Carol Meiller 

Nancy Plocar 

Alice Rasmussen 

Connie Sasse 

Mary Scheppach 

Judith Shiplock 

Jane Shuman 

Cheryl Smith 

Beverly Susler 

Lorraine Trebilcock, 
honorary member 



MA-WAN- DA 



Ronald Acks 

Roger Allaman 

Donald Angus 

Gary Barnes 

Lawrence Beaupre 

John Berns 

Ronald Broida 

Stephen Corn 

Dale Eckerty 

John Eliason 

Donald Freeman 

Gary Gardner 

Stephen Gould 



JAMES CONNER, President 

James Grabowski 

R. Mike McCloskey 

Lawrence Miller 

Robert Mullen 

David Player 

John Stables 

Paul Smith 

James Tattini 

James Vopicka 

Thomas Winings 

Jeffrey Winton 

Professor Arthur Wyatt, 
honorary member 



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SHORTER BOARD 



SUSAN SCHICK, President 

Ruth Battaglia 
Nan Clatt 
Janet Day 
Roberta Dimmer 
Karen Fogler 
Kathy Ginsler 
Paula Gottschalk 
Carroll Ann Imle 
Jo Ellen Karr 
Roberta Kite 
Judith Kreutz 
Alice Larson 
Beverly Leffler 
Elizabeth Long 
Sara Lou McMurry 
Lynne Myers 
Joyce Nies 



Maureen O'Brien 
Nancy Risser 
Beverly Rosen 
Dawn Say re 
Patricia Schoen 
Pamela Smith 
Victoria Snyder 
Joan Southon 
Barbara Standish 
Judith Stefanovic 
Jane Stevens 
Joan Ward 
Jacquelyn Warner 
Carol Jean Wendell 
Janet Wood 
Patricia Wright 
Ann Youngdale 



WA-NA-SEE 



WILLIAM HALL, President 



Allen Bock 
Robert Breidert 
Archie Clemins 
Richard Daeschner 
Donald Freeman 
Harold Frobish 
Roger Garret 
Don Hansen 
Richard Harper 
James Hattendorf 



Walter Laske 
Michael Levin 
Richard Murphy 
David Player 
David Salyers 
Richard Tanner 
Eugene Tattini 
James Vopicka 
Roger Warnke 
William Young 



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TORCH 



Nancy Burnett, president 



Mary Andrew 

Sara Baker 

Kathleen Bevans 

Sue Booker 

Kathleen Brooks 

Lynn Bowser 

Marilyn Buck 

Phyllis Czyzewski 

Colleen Drew 

Patricia Faust 

Janet Ficken 

Suzi Fischer 

Elayne Halpern 

Mary Heeren 

Marian Hull 



Mary Lou Jupp 

Susan Kiss 

Bonnie Kohlenberger 

Judith Kubik 

Alice Landgren 

Carol Larson 

Judith Larson 

Janet Lipe 

Marika Littke 

Susan Maxson 

Nancy Maxwell 

Margo Miller 

Mary McCarthy 

LaVonne McDowell 



Marilyn Paddick 

Shirley Pannish 

Judith Parkinson 

Patricia Pohlman 

Nancy Rhine 

Nancy Schierhorn 

Barbara Susin 

Ann Trampe 

Jean Trisler 

Doris Walton 

Rosemary Walton 

Kathryn Wieuduwilt 

Lois Wright 

Marilynn Johnson 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



Dennis Gorman, Gregory Reed, presidents 



Lloyd Ambrosius 

Richard Anderson 

Robert Auler 

Charles Baugh 

John Berns 

Larry Blust 

Allen Carius 

Joseph Coyne 

David Downey 

Roland Dukes 

William Fraser 

Harris Greenwald 

L. Richard Greenstein 

Lawrence Hansen 

Richard Harper 

Darrel Hartweg 

Theodore Harvey, Jr. 

Joseph Hasman 



Robert Hippie 

Harold Holmes, Jr. 

Kelley Hsia 

F. Jerry Jahn 

John Lundsten 

Jim Martin 

R. Michael McCloskey 

Kenneth McMillan 

Robert Mullen 

Gerry Mutraugh 

Clarence Redman 

John Rosenwald 

John Shay 

G. Greg Taubeneck 

Michael Ward 

John Zils 

FACULTY 

Hal Gulley 



J. Thomas Hastings 

President David D. Henry 

Rev. James Hine 

Carl Knox 

Francis Koenig 

Lyle Lanier 

J. Fred Miller 

Douglas Mills 

Edward Nestingen 

Joseph Scott 

Paul Shaffer 

Victor Stone 

Albert Tillman 

Fred Turner 

Karl Wallace 

Dean Allen Weller 

Col. Clair Worthy 

Arthur Wyatt 



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SACHEM 



Richard Leeds, President 



Chip Allen 
John Anderson 
Richard Anderson 
Ronald Aufrecht 
Robert Bachman 
Robert Batchelder 
John Beazley 
David Brent 
Robert Broom 
Robert Byman 
Dennis Cashman 
David Davis 
James Dawson 



Gary Dycus 
David Florio 
William Gerrish 
Larry Grabb 
Edward Gray 
Lewis Greenstein 
David Grieve 
John Grimes 
Charles Gustafson 
Donald Harford 
Charles Harter 
Robert Hauser 
Kenneth Holtzman 



Daniel Humay 
Lee Jacobs 
Robert Johansen 
Brian Johnson 
Jerald Johnson 
Philip Lisagor 
Charles Middleton 
Robert Nelson 
Joel Nilsson 
James Norton 
Thomas Parkhill 
Tom Payne 



Douglas Pool 
Richard Russo 
Leslie Schwarz 
Eldon Senner 
Laurence Spector 
John Stewart 
Joseph Walker 
Alan Waters 
David White 
Terrence Witt 
Robert Wrobel 
Fredric Wurtzel 



BRONZE TABLET 



Stanley Antosik 


Ross Feldberg 


Catherine Kerley 


Sally Peterson 


William Bauhs 


John Fink 


Sheryl Koch 


Donald Render 


Carolyn Beatty 


Barbara Ford 


Jean Krasno 


Nancy Rennick 


Maureen Bekemeyer 


William Fraser 


David Kuypers 


George Robertson 


Rita Bell 


Roberta Freedman 


Judith Landesman 


Darold Sage 


Douglas Black 


Melvin Gardner 


Arlene Lang 


Jan Sagett 


Joy Bloch 


John Garlanger 


Judith Lata 


John Salcius 


Larry Blust 


Brenda Godier 


Michael Levin 


Anthony Schnarsky 


Mary Bowman 


Carol Green 


Charles Levun 


Loren Schroll 


David Breeding 


Judith Greenwell 


Eleanor Lincoln 


Richard Schultz 


Mary Brunberg 


Jon Gregg 


Sue Matlock 


John Shay 


Richard Bukowski 


Nadine Grobstein 


Dieter Meister 


Lynn Shearer 


David Burge 


Franklin Grossman 


Robert Meyer, Jr. 


William Stanford 


Julia Butkus 


Estelle Harrington 


Gerald Miklosh 


Virginia Studer 


Edward Butts 


Haskell Hart 


Robert Miller 


Conrad Sugar 


Charles Carlson 


Joanne Heggan 


Patricia Morton 


Marcia Swengel 


Sandra Carlson 


John Henderson 


Lee Nafziger 


Lawrence Thebaud 


Winfield Clark 


Linda Hoffman 


Thomas Nickles 


Glenn VanBlaricum, Jr 


Mary Crenshaw 


John Holton 


Katherine Niven 


Elon Verry, Jr. 


Martha Cromwell 


Edward Hoover 


Larry Nixon 


William Voelker III 


John Crone 


Henry Howey 


Gerald Nolte 


Larry Von Behren 


Cynthia Curtiss 


Joan Hreben 


Carol Olsen 


Jon Washburn 


Barbara Dodds 


Martin Huisjen 


Nancy Olson 


Janis Wetherell 


Carolyn Elmquist 


Mark Hulliung 


Kenneth Paul 


Diana Williams 


Allan Evans 


James Jackobs 


Alvin Pavik 


Herbert Zeller 


Stephen Fahnestock 


Roger Johnson 




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JAMES HATTENDORF 
Station Manager, WPGU 



JUDITH SHIPLOCK 
General Manager, University Theatre 




JANET DAY 

STEPHEN CORN 

Directors, Illini Union 



PAMELA SMITH 
Photo Editor, IPC 



DON FREEMAN 
Captain, Basketball 



'I JOHN BERNS 

Executive Vice President, Student Senate 



198 



KAREN FOGLER 
Associate Editor, ILLIO 





FOSTER TRAVIS 
Captain, Track 



WHO'S WHO at Illinois 




SUZANNE KINDER 

Senior Manager, Star Course 



LYNNE MCNOWN 
President, Mortar Board 



STEVEN BROQUIST 

Chairman, Armed Forces Council 



FREDERICK CASH 

Chief Illiniwek 




Photography by Heller's Studio 



199 



Who's Who at Illinois 




DONALD HANSEN 
Co-Captain, Football 








jeffrey winton 
mary McCarthy 

Directors, Illini Union 



JANE STEVENS 

President, Women's Independent 

Student Association 



ROBERT STOZEK 

Legislative Vice President, Student Senate 



ROBERT BELINOFF 
Business Manager, DAILY ILLINI 



Photography by Heller's Studios 



200 





THOMAS WININGS 
President, Men's Glee Club 



ROBERTA DIMMER 
Editor-in-chief, ILLIO 




JAMES VOPICKA 
Captain, Baseball 



RONALD BROIDA 
President, Interfraternity Council 



SUZANNE FISCHER 

ALICE LARSON 
Directors, Illini Union 



MARY SCHEPPACH 
Associate Business Manager, ILLIO 



FREDERICK APRATI 

Captain, Wrestling 




201 




ROBERT HAUSER 

Administrative Vice President, 

Student Senate 




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MARGARET FRANKS 
President, Women's Glee Club 




RAYMOND MCCLOSKEY 
President, Illini Union 



DAWN SAYRE 
Head Cheerleader 



THOMAS PARKHILL 
Captain, Golf 



202 



JOHN TOCKS 
Captain, Fencing 




BETTY COCKING 
Associate Editor, ILLIO 



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LARRY FINLEY 
Executive Editor, DAILY ILLINI 



WHO'S WHO at Illinois 




JERILYN HOFFMAN 
Senior Manager, Star Course 



DON KAISER 

President, Men's Residence 
Hall Association 



MARY HENDERSON 
GARY REYNOLDS 

Directors, Illini Union 



JAMES CONNER 

Business Manager, ILLIO 

President, Ma-Wan-Da 




Photography by Heller's Studio 

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Who's Who at Illinois 



PAMELA SIEMERING 
Director, Campus Chest 




JOSEPH COYNE 
President, Men's Independent Association 



ROBERT BACHMAN 

Captain, Swimming 



JAMES GRABOWSKI 
Co-Captain, Football 



LAWRENCE MILLER 
President, YMCA 



JAMES GOTHARD 
President, Concert Choir 



Photography by Heller's Studios 
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ROBERT BYMAN 
President, Student Senate 



WILLIAM SILHAN 

Captain, Gymnastics 



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JOHN SCHMADEKE 
News Editor, DAILY ILLINI 



CAROL MEILLER 
President, Panhellenic 



LAWRENCE BEAUPRE 
Editor, DAILY ILLINI 



STEVEN SIMONS 
Captain, Tennis 




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Illini Union Is the Hub 
of University Life 



The Illini Union is the center 
of most University activity. Every 
year the facilities of the 
Union are used by students, 
faculty, alumni, and guests. Since the 
Union's program is designed to 
enliven University life, 
it sponsors a variety of events, varying 
from cultural, to social, 
to recreational activ- 
ities. This broad program of 
events is responsible 
for making free-time activity an impor- 
tant factor of University life. 
As the center of campus 
life, the Illini Union 
is the hub from which the students 
radiate their interests. 

The Union's programs also 

try to encourage the development 

of leadership. By working 

with others, one is able to improve his 

social competency and 

effectiveness in group activities. 

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BUILDING STAFF— TOP ROW: Charles Wertz, Kermit Clark, Michael McCloskey, John Corker, Robert McNabb, Robert Lumsden. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Beverly Beabout, Marjorie Arkwright, Earl Finder, Barbara Reed, Alice Hurt. 



Earl Finder and Building Staff Direct Union 



The general operation and smooth 

functioning of the University's Illini Union is 

the main responsibility of its 

Director, Earl Finder, and the Building 

Staff. The main areas 

of operation are food service, 

recreation, guestrooms bookstore, building 

maintenance, social program, and information. 

The Building Staff is responsible for 
managing all these various 
areas. From its office on the 
East side of the Union, the Building Staff tries 
to maintain the orderly operation 
of the University's Union. An accounting 
department, public relations and personnel 
department, and various other 
departments are all part 
of this staff. The Director of the 
Building Staff is advised by the Illini Union 
Board, which is responsible for student acti- 
vities sponsored by IUSA. 



208 



Earl Finder, Union director. 




Illini Union Board Is Vital Part of the Union's Operations 




Michael McCloskey, Union Board President 



All the responsibility for student activities comes 

under the direction of the Illini Union 

Board. This Board defines all the policies for and 

controls the administration and organization 

of student activities, programs, 

and services which concern 

the University as a whole. It also gives advice 

to the Director of the Illini Union 

and its auxiliary enterprises. 

The Union Board works in conjunction 

with the Building Staff to keep the Union functioning 

efficiently to meet the needs of the students. 

The Union Board is composed 

of nine students, three faculty members, 

and three ex officio members 

who, by working on this University Board, develop skills 

in human relations and leadership. 




TOP ROW: Stephen Corn, Professor Arthur Scott, Judith Spencer, Earl Finder, James Vermette, Jeffery Winton, Barbara Reed, Gary Reynolds, 
Professor Robert Black. BOTTOM ROW: Mary McCarthy, Suzanne Fischer, Alice Larson, Prof. Lorraine Trebilcock, Raymond McCloskey, 
Mary Henderson, Janet Day. 



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Students and Illini Moms Benefit from Union Committees 



The Mom's Day Committee spent weeks 

devising interesting entertainment for Illini moms 

during the weekend of April 31. 

Supplying the Illini Union Art Gallery 

was one of the chief duties of 

the Fine Arts Committee, 

which is responsible for Union 

special events. The Union Movies Committee 

again made excellent films available 

to the students all year at low cost. 




MOM'S DAY— TOP ROW: Mary Kay Pieper, Diane Waltzek. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Nikki Kaplan, Linda Leddy, major chairman; Philip 
Francis, Diane Kavelaras, Cheri Harrison. 





BLOCK "I"— TOP ROW: David Akin, Donald Angus, 
Laurence Spector. SECOND ROW: David Hamman, major 
chairman; Alice Larson. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Temple, 
Sara Jones, Nancy Plocar, John Westerman. 



UNION MOVIES -TOP ROW: John Dittmer, Bruce Scotton. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Judith Snyder, Thomas Finan, major chairman; Nancy 
Tin nlmll. 




FINE ARTS— TOP ROW: Charles Wente, Carl Bruckman. 
BOTTOM ROW: Gerald Vest, Elizabeth Jupp, major chairman. 



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VICTORY BLOCK — TOP ROW: David Akin, Laurence Spector, Robert Schutte, Hal Thomas, Kathleen True, Lawrence Fine, Ken Ferro, 
Philip Francis. BOTTOM ROW: Linda Leddy, Pamela Love, Terrence Witt, major chairman; Jane Purcell, Denice Fitchie. 



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MUSIC HOURS— LEFT TO RIGHT: Joseph Hopkins, major chairman; Kathleen Butkus, Thomas Harmon, Margaret Andrews. 



Alice Larson, program vice president 





CINEMA INTERNATIONAL— LEFT TO RIGHT: Patricia Porter, Dianne Neustadter, 
Harley Cokliss, major chairman; Joan Sturmthal. 



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International Fair Promotes 
Student Cooperation 



The Blue Dial, the Illini Union internal newspaper, 
co-ordinates activities by improving 
the communications among the various departments of the 
Union. The International Fair is designed to 
promote cooperation among all students, 
American and foreign alike, by 
offering a chance to extend fellowship. The Publica- 
tions Committee publishes pamphlets for IUSA. 





Mary McCarthy, program vice president. 




PUBLICATIONS— LEFT TO RIGHT: Roberta Zemke, Virginia Patterson, 
Carol Wendell, major chairman; Louise Belssner. 



KEY BANQUET— TOP ROW: George Biderman, 
Martha Maulding, major chairman; BOTTOM ROW: 
Mary McQueen, Pamela Foulks. 



INTERNATIONAL FAIR — TOP ROW: Richard Cocking. John Duncan, Dianne Neustastter , Joette Getse, Connie Holmes, Francisco Agullo, 
Anil Raheja. BOTTOM ROW: Geraldine Suski, Janet Steggerda, Cheri Harrison, Kathryn Ginsler, Katherine Meyer, Brenda Plapp. 




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GAMES AND TOURNMENTS- TOP ROW: Thomas Hofer, David Akin, Hugh Forbes, David Hawkinson. BOTTOM ROW: Barbara 
Francisco, John Peterson, Marilyn Goldberg. 

Personnel Department Finds Students for IUSA Activities 





DAD'S DAY — TOP ROW: William Gerrish, major chairman; Nancy Evans, 
Robert Potts, Laurence Spector. BOTTOM ROW: Pamela Foulks, Marika Littke, 
Diane Kavelaras, Rebecca Palmer. 



Mary Henderson, personnel vice president. 



PERSONNEL MANAGERS— TOP ROW: Donald Brauer, James Schalin, Gloria Pitman, Mary Legg, Mary Hesse, Don Ratner. SECOND 
ROW: Linda Bourne, Jane Suhre, Janet Peters, LaVonne McDowell, Diane Waltzek, Berty Mies, Vicki Huff. BOTTOM ROW: Lorraine Hough, 
Leon Kaufmann, Nancy Breen, George Hanus, Mary Henderson, major director; Linda Leddy, Fred Endelman, Chari Berger. 




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WINTER MUSICAL— TOP ROW: Floyd Parks, Patricia Tebussek, Holly 
True, Stephen Gould. BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Kouba, Carol Dickerson, 
Donald Meier, major chairman; Carol Costello, Patricia Porter. 




Jeffery Winton, public relations vice president. 



PUBLIC RELATIONS TEAM— LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenneth Ferro, Nancy 
Krainc, George Biderman, Nancy Plocar, Jeffrey Waitzman, Diana Bowser, 
John Dittmer. 



Union Committees Offer Varied Activities for Students 



The Public Relations Team is a new 

board set up to promote 

the activities and spirit of IUSA. In 1965 

"Brigadoon," the spring musical, 

was sponsored by the Union along with 

"A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the 

Forum," the winter production. Publicity 

Board sees that students are 

well-informed about IUSA programs. 



SPRING MUSICAL— TOP ROW: Fredi Barkan, Diana Bowser, 
Judith Parkinson. BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Kouba, Stephen Gould, 
Carol Wendell. 





PUBLICITY BOARD— TOP ROW: Jeffery Winton, Patricia Porter, 
Margaret Eschbach. SECOND ROW: Barbara Francisco, Judith 
Hannula, Judith Hinrichs. BOTTOM ROW: Michael Siegcrt, Ann 
Maurer, Laurence Spcctor, William Chapman. 




DANCES — LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Schaefer, Cheryl Roberts, James Lindgren, 
Margaret Burke, major chairman; Melanie Wozniak. NOT IN PANEL: David Rue- 
bush, Lawrence Baxter. 




Gary Reynolds, program vice president. 



Union Provides Outlets for Diverse Interests and Talents 




JAZZ PROGRAM— TOP ROW: Charles Church, John 
Westermann, major chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Bruce 
Hubbell, Marcia Riedel. NOT IN PANEL: Kathleen 
Terry. 



The Illini Union Dance Committee 

provided traditional Union dances and weekly 

record hops. In addition to sponsoring evening dance 

lessons for interested 

students, the members scheduled dances, 

booked bands, and decorated for 

the more formal dances. The Jazz Program 

brought the latest in jazz combos and groups to campus 

for Wednesday night entertainment. The 

Tavern furnished an ideal setting. 

Stunt Show 1965, "That Was 

the Year. . .," again entertained alums 

and students with lively and original acts, as the paired 

houses combined their best talent and 

brains in competition with others. 



STUNT SHOW— TOP ROW: Bruce Meyer, Joseph Walker, Stephen Gold, Ralph Voris, Stephen Gould. 
BOTTOM ROW: Carroll Imle, major chairman; Cynthia Wax, Mary Konrad. NOT IN PANEL: Bruce 
Ladin. 

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ALLERTON CHRISTMAS PARTY— LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Linda Trulock, major chairman; Donald Mil- 
ler, Theresa Spiegel. 



CAMPUS TALENT— TOP ROW: Earl Hansen, Ervin Wyne. BOTTOM ROW: 
Robert Miller, Robert Reimer, major chairman; Ann Maurer. NOT IN PANEL: 
Charles Gustafson, Nancy Weytkow. 




HOMECOMING — TOP ROW: Edward Hartline, Mary Schaefer, Gary Moogk, Virginia Patterson, Paul Welch. 
BOTTOM ROW: Martha Maulding, Barbara Francisco, Kurt Salomon, major chairman; Louise Belssner, Sheila 
McFalls. 

International Party, Campus Talent Inspire Students 



IUSA again sponsored its annual 

Allerton Christmas Party 

on December 24 through 26 at Allerton 

Park in Monticello, Illinois. Applications were sent 

to all foreign students attending the 

University, and approximately 

200 attended. During the 

affair the students exchanged gifts, went 

ice skating, played games, and sang carols. 

Campus Talent, a non-profit 

agency, fills requests from campus 

activities as well as off-campus organizations for 

professional and amateur 

talent. The names of prospective students arc 

kept on file for future reference. 

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Stephen Corn, executive vice president. 





ILLIOSKEE— TOP ROW: Marika Littke. SECOND ROW: Su- 
zanne Fischer, Joseph Drolet, Carol Hamm. BOTTOM ROW: 
Jeffrey Meacham, Gary Moogk, David Hamman, William Scheppach. 





Suzanne Fischer, program vice president. 



PEP RALLIES— TOP ROW: William Kuhfuss, Nancy Evans, Hugh Forbes. 
BOTTOM ROW: Dawn Sayre, Carol Hamm, major chairman; Sheryl Butts. 



GENERAL INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION— LEFT TO RIGHT: Renee Cargerman, 
major chairman; Patricia Guss. 




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MODEL UNITED NATIONS— TOP ROW: Linda Issak, Barnett Ruttenbert, Sally Bachrach, John Hathaway, Linda Katz, Sheldon Goldman, 
Judy Vignocchi. BOTTOM ROW: Philip Francis, Patricia Holiner, Bruce Fagel, major chairman; Lee Fischer, Melitta Outright. 



American and Foreign Students Participate in Model U.N. 



American and foreign students participating 

in the Model United Nations 

are given the opportunity to learn foreign 

diplomatic policy and to exchange 

opinions with others. Current topics are 

debated at the mock sessions. 





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ACTIVITY DAY— TOP ROW: Donald Angus, major chairman; Perr) 
Soldwcdcl. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Kay Picpcr, Ann Maurer, Linda 
Leddy. 




SPEAKER PROGRAM— TOP ROW: Karen Surgalski. BOTTOM 
ROW: Christopher Murtaugh, major chairman; Kent Slater, Jarvis 
Friduss. 



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GREAT DEBATES— LEFT TO RIGHT: Vicky Mulberry, Jerrold 
Falk, Gordon Goranson, major chairman; Linda Meyer, Charles 
Curran, Lois Davis. 



Outstanding University Students Recognized by Banquet 




CURRENT SPEAKERS— LEFT TO RIGHT: Luanne Thorson, 
major chairman; Diane Wilson, Robert Potts. 



The purpose of the 100 Banquet, 
sponsored by the Illini Union, is to give recog- 
nition to outstanding seniors 
from various University activities. 
Current Speakers enables students and 
faculty to participate in an exchange of thought 
through discussion and lecture. 
Speakers Program, also a Union function, 
provides an opportunity for students 
to attend lectures given by prominent figures. 




100 BANQUET— LEFT TO RIGHT: Jenna Davis 
Karen Bend, major chairman; Lynne Rosengrant. 



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SENIOR STAFF — TOP ROW: Howard Farkash, business; Marilyn Lennert, 
Armory Workshop; Joan Scott, personnel; Elizabeth Long, production. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Judith Shiplock, general manager; Gary Gardner, personnel; 
Paul Anable, stage manager. 




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University Theatre Offers Students Practical Training 



The fine productions staged by University 

Theatre each year are the result of the enthusiasm and 

effort of the student and faculty staffs. 

The University Theatre Board is 

the governing body of University Theatre. It is composed 

of student and faculty members of the Theatre 

Department appointed by the President of the University. 





PRODUCTION MANAGERS— TOP ROW: Maribcth Norton, paint; Carolyn 
Rosenberg, make-up; Susan Spalding, costumes; Alice Landgren, properties; Wendy 
Arbit, make-up. NOT IN PANEL: Sharon Siegel, make-up; Tomlinson Holman, 
stage manager. 



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ASSISTANT MANAGERS— TOP ROW: Add 
Fougnies, Richard Burkhart, Shirley Griffin. THIRD 
ROW: Sharon Amstutz, Mary Lynge, Katherine 
Lang. SECOND ROW: Judi Lennert, Mary Mc- 
Namara, Ruth Slocum. BOTTOM ROW: Dale 
Lantvit, Ann Saperstein, Sharon Kouba. 





Judith Shiplock, general manager. 



THEATRE BOARD — TOP ROW: Gary Gardner, Francis Nachtmann, Lyle Dahlenburg, 
Barnard Hewitt, Joseph Scott. BOTTOM ROW: Karl Wallace, Joan Scott, Judith Shiplock, 
Clifford Mendel. ' 




BUSINESS MANAGERS— TOP ROW: Harriet Rubin, publicity; Shelia Parn, 
house; Linda Legare, personnel; Susan Prawl, box office; Kathleen Brooks, playbill. 
NOT'lN PANEL: Terrence Spiegel, personnel. 



The University Theatre offers a 
student the opportunity to 
become an integral part of an organi- 
zation which provides rich and 
varied theatre enter- 
tainment for the community. 

The operation of University Theatre 

is directed by the senior 

managers. Working 

with them are thirteen junior managers 

responsible for specific 

departments of the Theatre. 



FACULTY STAFF — TOP ROW: Donald Llewellyn, Lynn Sweet, Theodore Herstand, Alan Billings, Joseph Scott, Roman 
Tymchyshyn, Bernhard Works. BOTTOM ROW: Elizabeth Hess, Clara Behringer, Genevieve Richardson, Barnard He- 
witt. NOT IN PANEL: Mary Arbenz, Webster Smalley. 




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THE OWNERS OF a carnival try to interest a victim in 
their "protegee" in "Hydrogen Jukebox." 




PIOUS CHURCH LEADERS interrogate Sir Thomas More in 




LLOYD BATTISTA IS torn between the scientists realistic 
cynicism and the artist's idealistic sensitivity. 



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'A Man For All Seasons.' 




IN "THE SCHOOL for Wives" Agnes displays her skill at reading learned at 
the convent. 



University Theatre Plays Are Enjoyed by Audiences 



DAUGHTER MARGARET MEETS her father on his way to the executioner in "A Man for All Seasons." 




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THESEUS, THE KING, confronts his wife Phaedra and son Hippolytus in "Phaedra. 1 



University Theatre Schedules Entertaining Plays 




CLEOPATRA GLOMOVA, EPITOME of a wealthy society, swoons at her nephew's attentions in "Diary of a Scoundi 



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MISS GILCHRIST, NINA Lepinsky, is tempted with her first drink of 
whiskey bv the proprietors of the house, Valerie Mamches and Alan Andrews, 
"The Hostage." 



The first production of the 1965-66 

season was Brendan Behan's "The Hostage." 

Set in an Irish lodging house, 

the action centers around a young 

Cockney soldier and his 

somewhat eccentric, though 

colorful, captors. Directed by Mary 

Arbenz, the production combined wild Irish 

folk music with satire of both 

Irish nationalism and British imperialism. 

The bawdy Irish humor 

and bagpipe music also added appeal. 

"Phaedra," by Jean Racine, 

was produced in the Renaissance mode, 

underlined by the traditional classic Greek. 

This approach by the director, 

Clara Behringer, was 

particularly refreshing for the 

audience. "Diary of a Scoundrel," by 

Alexander Ostrovsky, was 

directed by Barnard Hewitt; it is a vivid 

satire on the viciousness 

and greed of Moscow society around 1860. 



Theatre's First Presentation Has Bawdy Irish Humor 



THE LOCAL VODKA-SODDEN fortuneteller captivates Moscow high society in "Diary of a Scoundrel." 




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Graduate Students Direct New Playwrights' Productions 



University Theatre this year produced 
six Directors' Workshops, 
two Playwrights' Workshops, and two Experi- 
mental Workshops. Here graduate 
students have the chance 
to direct, and new playwrights can see 
their work produced. The first production this 
season was "Gallows Humor." 
It consisted of two parts: the first 
depicting the last hours of a condemed man's 
life and the second illustrating a docile 
hangman's submission to 
his wife. "Androcles and the Lion" and 
"Train Going Somewhere" were also produced. 




TENSION REIGNS AS these travelers wait for "A Train Going 

Somewhere." 



ANDROCLES DOES A jig with his new friend from the jungle in 

"Androcles and the Lion."' 





THE VILLAGE EXECUTIONER, Ronald Mover, practices his 

trade at home on his wife, Klayne Eialpern, in "Gallows Humor." 



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KIRIL KONDRASHIN CONDUCTS the magnificent sounds of the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra during its first visit to America. 



Star Course Slates Top Performers for 1965-66 Season 



Star Course, a major source of Illini culture and entertainment, 

has succeeded during its past seventy-four years in presenting to University of Illinois students a variety 

of outstanding artists in the fields of music, dance, and drama. 

The Entertainment Board, consisting of six student and six faculty members, 

selects and schedules all performances while directing 

the policies and finances of Star Course as well. 

Ticket sales, advertising, publicity, and public relations are carried on by the two 

senior managers and eight juniors. Fifty sophomore and 

seventy freshman managers keep the office running smoothly 

and usher for the many Star Course presentations throughout the year. 

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Suzanne Kinder, Senior manager. 



Jerilyn Hoffman, Senior manager. 



Two Senior Managers Serve As Over-all Directors 



Star Course is a student operated, non-profit organization which operates 
under the auspices of the University Concert and Entertainment Board. Serving as co-ordinating 

heads of Star Course are two senior managers. One manager 

is responsible for keeping the internal organization 

running smoothly while the other is in charge of the financial aspects. 



TOP ROW: Charles DeLong, Donald Angus, George Taubeneck, William Austin. BOTTOM ROW: Dr. Harold Snyder, Dr. Robert Mayer, 
Andrew Carter, Suzanne Kinder, Diane Harrison, Jerilyn Hoffman. 








John Beazley and Carey Horwitz, junior managers. 



Mary Lou Jupp and Lois Wright, junior managers. 



Junior Managers Work Behind the Scenes 



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Richard Anderson and Harris Greenwald, junior managers. 
Susan Maxon and Eldon Senner, junior managers. 





Through Star Course petitioning 

and interviews, eight students are chosen 

each spring to fill the 

junior manager positions for the next year. 

Serving as heads of the committees 

which deal with various 

aspects of presenting Star 

Course programs, the junior managers are 

responsible for handling all the 

arrangements for the 

concerts. The committees directed 

by these juniors are: personnel, publicity, 

staff secretary, advertising, 

public relations, concert 

arrangements, and tickets. 

The advertising and publicity 

managers are responsible 

for publicizing the concerts several 

weeks before the performers arrive 

on the University of Illinois 

campus. Press releases and pictures are 

sent to local newspapers and flyers 

are distributed. Accommodations for 

concert performers are made 

by^the concert arrangements manager. 



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SOPHOMORES— WOMEN: TOP TO BOTTOM: Sandra Subject, 
Sandre Berger, Karen Anderson, Diane Kavelaras, Suzanne Much, 
Roberta Ball, Penelope Fredricks, Valerie Rahn, Karen Culbertson, 
Loretta Trawinski, Milena Chomko, Barbara Abbott, Susan Kopriv- 
ica, DiAnne Westerman, Carolyn Koenig. MEN: TOP TO BOT- 
TOM: James Gerstner, James Schick, Richard Western, Russell Rob- 
erts, David Lloyd, Steven Handlon, Lawrence Baxter, Thomas 
Wechsler, William Rothwell, Thomas Tingleff, William Rogers. 



SOPHOMORES— WOMEN: TOP TO BOTTOM: Mary Schaefer, 
Gale Glassner, Ronna Katz, Vicky Morris, Jill Horn, Susan Osborn, 
Judith Holzman, Dorothy Korst, Helen Rosenthal, Serena McCul- 
lough, Joan Barenfanger, Diane Eisele, Sara Guyton, Susan Johnston. 
MEN: TOP TO BOTTOM: Stewart Zelmar, Brent Greenberg, 
Charles Mahan, Alan Halpern, George Taylor, Frank Prickett, Roger 
Kohn, Terry Alsberg, Douglas March, Donald Dedic, Paul Russell. 



Freshman and Sophomore Managers Gain Experience 




FRESHMAN — TOP ROW: Barry Benson, James Wertsch, Ronald Olson, Allen Streicker, Douglas Houston, Thomas Carlson, John Zeglis, 
Richard Moscr, Ronald Willkc, JcfT Phillips, Jeffery Semel, Charles Winget, Stuart Hemphill. FOURTH ROW: Linda Hoffee, Elaine Maslan. 
Carol Roberts, Janet Vandevendcr, Marilyn Mohrhusen, Sophia Hall, Judith Kerch, Helen Farnsworth, Ruth Duffy, Kathleen Larson, Nancy 
Frcdrickson, Linda Yontz. THIRD ROW: David Jontes, Richard Schneider, Thomas Clark, Gary Simpson, Robert Weissman, Paul Hensel, 
James Anderson, William Lynch, Vernon Schafer, Charles Gray, Daniel Miranda, Ralph Stern. SECOND ROW: Jon Gonge, Jane Glassinan, 
Patricia Johnson, Elizabeth Collcttc, Janet Ferguson, Ann Gunthner, Mary Hackleman, Mary Clickener, Cathy Hutchinson, Donna Mankcy, 
Barbara Britton, Deborah Doyle. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Bliss, Lucinda Skecn, Julie Gustafson, Cynthia Dare, Marilyn Briggs, Jcrin Mueller, 
Carolyn White. 

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THE BACK PORCH MAJORITY did in fact bring out a majority of the campus to hear their ever-popular melodies. 



Variety of Showmen and Entertainers Invade Campus 



MANTOVANI AND HIS orchestra illustrated their excellence and CARLOS MONTOYA BROUGHT Europe's finest to Champaign and 
versatility early this fall at the Assembly Hall. demonstrated that which has earned him world wide acclaim. 




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NOTED PIANIST, VAN Cliburn, astonishes his aud- 
ience with his true proffessional ability. 



JOSEF SUK EXHIBITS enviable talent as he pre- 
sents a grand concert on his violin. 



Star Course Presents Well-Known Classical Artists 



ASSEMBLY HALL ACCENTUATES 
sounds of the New York Woodwind 

Quintet. 



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THE MAGNIFICENT VOICES of the Poznan Choir from Poland, directed by Stefan Stuligrosz, reflect much 
practice. 




Star Course features two series presenting 
distinguished classical artists: the Concert 
Series and the Chamber Music Series. Extra 
this year was a complimentary concert 
presented by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. 
The 1965-66 Concert Series opened in 
October featuring a Czech violinist Joseph 
Suk. In November an Assembly Hall audience 
thrilled to the voices of the all-male Poznan 
Choir. Later that month the Moscow 
Philharmonic Orchestra under Kiril Kondrashin 
performed. Norwegian soprano Ingrid Bjoner 
with the University of Illinois Symphony 
Orchestra appeared in December. Ending the 
series was Van Cliburn with his February 
concert. The 1965-66 Chamber Music 
Series presented four concerts in the finest 
tradition of American and European Chamber 
Music artists. Canadian baritone Norman 
Farrow opened the series that included the 
Alma Trio, the German Studio der Fruehen 
Musik, and the New York Woodwing Quintet. 



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ORCHARD DOWNS' PERFORMANCE, "The 

Father of Elmer," revealed a farm boy's life when he 

encountered a typical freshman coed. 




DAD'S DAY REVUE DIRECTORS^TOP ROW: Michael Embrey, Richard 
Philipp, David Grieve, Frank Schweitzer, Don Kaiser, John Swanda. BOTTOM 
ROW: Sara Baker, Marilynn Johnson, Mary Gray. NOT IN PANEL: Dean Jean Hill, 
Dean Ivan Taylor, Richard Tanner. 



Dads Day Revue Entertains Students and Fathers 



The combined efforts of WISA, MIA, and MRHA made Dad's Day Revue possible, 

and the enthusiasm shown in the housing groups accounted for its 

success. This year McKinley and Illi-Dell carried away the honors for the best 

show, best actress, best actor, and best music. 4-H House and Newman Hall received the second place 

trophy followed by Weston and Evans and LAR South, 

Armory, and Orchard Downs. Talents of all kinds 

were displayed through the songs, dances, satire, and humor. 




DAD'S DAY REVUE was 

enhanced by superb MC's 

and climaxed by a finale. 



BIG MADAME BERTHA, a member of .1 female spy ring disguised as Salvation Army workers, made the 

scene in "The Father of the Secret Weapon" by Weston and Evans. 

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HOUSE DIRECTORS— TOP ROW: Stanley Payne, Weston; Frank Miles, Orchard 
Downs; Charles Freed, Illi-Dell. BOTTOM ROW: Susan Hansen, Evans; Barbara 
Worner, 4-H House; Linda Swofford, McKinley. 




"THE FATHER OF the First Generation" was pre- 
sented by LAR South and Armory. 





4-H HOUSE AND Newman Hall captured the second place trophy in 
its presentation of "The Father of Petey Elliot." 



FIRST PLACE SHOW, "The Father of Innocence" was presented 
by the combined efforts of McKinley and Illi-Dell. 





COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: James Traub, assistant publicity chairman; Mar- 
garet Kankaala, publicity; Mary Hesse, programs; Sandra Mattoon, arrangements; 
Elizabeth Goben, parade; Raymond Bernstein, tickets. 



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Robert Byman, President of Student Senate. 



SENATOR BERNS STRESSES an important point. 



Student Senate Works for the Benefit of Student Body 



Undergraduate student government at the 
Champaign-Urbana campus of the 
University is carried out by Student Senate. 
Established to promote the 
general welfare of the student body, it enacts 
policy as a guide for student activities, acts as a liason be- 
tween the faculty and the student body, and 
serves as an outlet for constructive student opinion. 
Several of Senate's main goals 
for the year were liberalization of women's 
hours, a liberalization in apartment regulations, and expansion 

of the Student Discount Service now 
in its second successful year. 



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STUDENT SENATORS— TOP ROW: David Grieve, Kenneth Search, Ralph Switzer, Jeffrey Rifkin, Craig Greenwood, Victor Pestein, Ardell 
Nease, James Meeker, John Pierce, Mark Eckerling, David Brent, Bruce Fagel, Paul Sowa, Gordon Broom, Philip Lisagor, Bennett Alban. THIRD 
ROW: Dean Carl Knox, Glenda Parsons, Penelope Wagoner, Mary McDonald, Pamela Tate, Nancy Goodman, Ruth Nealand, Janis Zimmerman, 
Sara Soder, Judy Payne, Susan Johnson, Roberta Kite, Mrs. Naomi Hunter. SECOND ROW: Robert Outis, George Ripplinger, John Berns, 
Mary Luckett, Robert Byman, Judith Parkinson, Robert Stozek, Robert Hauser, Joseph Allen. BOTTOM ROW: Frederick Stuever, Rex Piper, 
Loren Draznin, Edward Weigel, Eugene David, Byron Eden, David Fontilla, Clifford Singer. NOT IN PANEL: Christopher Eigel, Joseph Coyne, 
Annet Hlavna, Jan Koenig, Richard Sniezek. 




SENATOR HLAVNA SUPPORTS the motion in a Senate meeting. 




STEERING COMMITTEE: LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Philip Lisagor, Roberta Kite, 
Robert Stozek, David Brent, Bruce Fagel. 



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The Executive Committee of 
Senate is composed of the pres- 
ident, vice presidents, 
secretary, treasurer, public 
relations director, and 
co-ordinations chairman. The 
goal of the executive committee 
is to promote and maintain 
leadership in Senate. They 
also are responsible for 
carrying out Senate's decisions. 

In the fall, after a difficult 
test and interviews, 
freshman men and women are 
selected to parti- 
cipate in Freshman Seminar. 
The objective of this 
program is to develop leader- 
ship qualities, plus 
an appreciation of the 
educational opportunities that 
are offered by the University 



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FRESHMAN SEMINAR— TOP ROW: James Phillips, Michael Kaminski, John Gilster, 
Carl Heimann, Stephen Goad, Lester Detterbeck, Paul Van Arsdell. FOURTH ROW: Lee 
Mortenson, Thomas Jones, Lawrence Ross, Russell Davis, Richard Edelson, Michael Becker. 
THIRD ROW: Gerald Lester, Ralph Stern. SECOND ROW: Jeffrey Rochamn, John 
Fleck, Ronald Hoffman, George McClure, Robert Ritler, Richard Barton. BOTTOM R< )\\ 
Steven Goodman, Roberta Bradle, Mary Hay, Elizabeth Elich, Mary Douglas, Andrea 
Pistorious, Linda Parsons, James Bauman. 



Student Senate Travel Bureau Plans and Sponsors Flights 



The Student Senate Travel Bureau, staffed by students who are interested in 

travel, handles the planning and selling of various reduced rate transportation programs for members 

of the University of Illinois and their families. Special 

emphasis is on European travel. Travel meetings are held at which time 

questions are answered and information is given. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Curtis Fisher, director; Richard Franks, Vicki Anderson, Robert Reimer, Charles Maxey, Jerry O 



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TOP ROW: Prof. Clyde Kesler, Joseph Coyne, Prof. Arthur Wyatt, Joseph Allen, Bennett Alban, Dean Carl Knox. SECOND ROW: John Berns 
Prof. James Carey, Robert Byman, Gordon Broom, Stephen Corn. BOTTOM ROW: Jane Stevens, Prof. Frances Van Duyne, Prof. Naomi Hunter, 
Jane Shuman, Dean Miriam Shelden. 



CSA Helps Students Obtain Desired Privileges 



The Committee on Student 

Affairs is a committee of the Student 

Senate. CSA, which includes 

three Student Senate officers, one 

representative from each of 

the five housing divisions and the 

Illini Union, and several 

faculty members, meets weekly and 

makes recommendations for 

protecting the rights of students. 

CSA also tries to establish 

policies for all extracurricular activities of 

University students. 

They work closely with the Student 

Senate and the Office of 

the Dean of Students as well as CSA's 

various subcommittees. 

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PROFESSOR NAOMI HUNTER, chairman of the Committee on Stu- 
dent Affairs, has worked diligently for the promotion of students' rights. 




"Bustles and Beans" Was a Farmer's Delight 



The theme "Bustles and Beans" marked the 1965 annual Plowboy Prom as the greatest 

yet. The Plowboy Prom, sponsored by the Home Economics Club and the Agriculture Council, was 

highlighted by the crowning of Linda Tolan as the 1965 Plowboy Prom Queen. 




MISS LINDA TOLAN, 1965 Plowboy Prom Queen, receives her trophy from Larry Barbre. 



TOP ROW: Douglas Garwood, Robert Pritchard, Nancy Maxwell, Joseph Coyne, Patricia Dixon, James Spicer, Kay Geiger, Norbert Soltwedel. 
SECOND ROW: Linda Tolan, Elaine Yunker, Mary Arganbright, Janet Steggerda. BOTTOM ROW: Larry Barbre, Kenneth Nimrick. 



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BETTY COCKING, COPY editor, has to be different and enters the 

ILLIO office a new way, via window. 








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BOBBI DIMMER, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, celebrates after a year of 

Illio work. 



Junior and Senior Editors Work 




THE ILLIO HAS a sobering effect 
on Jim Conner, business manager. 



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STUDENT LIFE EDITORS, Judy Kubik and Lee Herzberger, 
will do anything to get out of meeting yearbook deadlines. 




BARBARA SUSIN AND Margo Miller, the editors of Activities 
Section, try to be the "angels" around the ILLIO office? 



Hard on the Planning and Production of the ILLIO 





The ILLIO, which is the world's 
largest college yearbook, is 
organized by the combined 
efforts of two staffs — the Business 
and the Editorial Staffs. 

The Editorial Staff is managed 

by three senior editors who 

handle all the responsibility of 

overseeing ILLIO functions. The 

copy editor must check each piece of 

copy for its style and form, 

while the photo editor checks 

layouts and picture cropping before 

they can be sent in 

to the printer. Supervision of 

the entire work is the responsibility 

of the editor-in-chief. 

The senior editors must work 

directly with each of the 

twelve junior editors. 



GETTING READY FOR a new as- 
signment from the ILLIO is Tom Mar- 
tin, IPC photographer. 



ROBERT SINCLAIR, ILLIO pho- 
tographer, checks out new ideas for 
ILLIO Beauty shots. 



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The Editorial Staff 

is divided into six sections: Activities, 

Student Life, Organizations, 

Residences, Sports, 

and Seniors. Two junior 

editors are in charge of 

each section and are responsible for 

copy and layouts being 

finished to meet specific deadlines. 

Generally, one junior oversees 

copy and the other layouts. 

In addition to individual 

assignments, all editors work with each 

other and the seniors to 

co-ordinate the sections so that the 

final product is uniform. 




DEAN CONLIN AND John Logan, Sports Section 
editors, examine an IIJ.K ) lor improvements. 

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MARILYN GALLO AND Cathy Lamprecht, Senior editors, clean the office. 



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editors, like to play pranks. 



TAKING TIME OUT to have fun are the Organization Section editors, 

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Bonnie Kohlenberger, personnel records manager and Gregory Cohr 
tising sales manager. 





John Bryant, advertising manager and Doris Walton, per- 
sonnel manager. 



The main responsibilities 

of the selling of the ILLIO fall on the 

Business Staff. There are two 

senior managers who 

are aided by ten junior managers, 

each in charge of a 

specific department and job. 



Jean Trisler, billing manager and LaVonne McDowell, sales statistics 
manager. 



ILLIO Business Staff Managers Have Important Role 



David Davis, ILLIO Beauty contest manager and Gloria Goleas, art. 



Gary Dycus, sales and Phyllis Czyzewski, pub- 
icity. 








The selection of freshmen 

and sophomores for the ILLIO 

Editorial Staff is based on interest and 

willingness to work. New 

members are assigned to specific 

sections: campus life, 

activities, organizations, residences, 

athletics, or seniors. 

After a brief period of orientation, 

they learn the art of 

preparing a large yearbook like the 

ILLIO by performing the 

varied tasks that are involved. Students 

learn to gather the necessary 

information, write copy, 

crop pictures, and prepare identifications 

for indexing. Besides learning 

about the processes of 

production, members also meet 

fellow students. Through 

their ILLIO work, they learn 

more about the University. 




FRESHMAN MANAGERS— TOP ROW: Kenneth Place, James McGrath, 
Deno Joyce. FOURTH ROW: Rebecca Willis, Leah Yancey, Evelyn Frost, 
Cinthia Landry, Candace Densmore. THIRD ROW: Susan York, Mary 
Stutz, unidentified. SECOND ROW: Deborah Boxdorfer, Jonnae Gaston. 
BOTTOM ROW: Rhea Strauss, Carol Karps, Gail Propp. 



Freshmen and Sophomores Learn ILLIO Production 



SOPHOMORE MANAGERS— TOP ROW: David Goldstein, Nancy Carlson, Barbara Hecht, Georgia Booras, Jeanne Stezler, Linda Lamont, 
Lucille Goodman, Barbara Ozumn, Judith Rice, Richard Baker. THIRD ROW: Warren Sterling, David Throop, Gary Snieski, Richard Cocking, 
Daniel Williams, James Dollahan, Michael Siegert, John Baackes. SECOND ROW: Pamela Lory, Patricia Padgett, Carol Palmer, Elizabeth 
Huntoon, Lynn Johnson, Sandra Danley, Kathryn Dendel. BOTTOM ROW: Karen Czvitkovicz, Barbara Lawless, Janice Miller, Mary Scott, 
Cheryl Wasetis, Diane Krauss. 



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SOPHOMORE MANAGERS— TOP ROW: Eugenea Hixson, Janetta Moncur, Gayle McGullough, Valeria Enggas, Jeanne Deluca, Donna 
Pearlstein, Lynette Petish, Janet Ackland. SECOND ROW: Lorrayne Stein, Sue Allen, Amy Levine, Linda Leddy, Ellyn Leipzig, Gerald Schuh, 
Mary Hughes, Pamela McCoIlum, Mary Jane Aikman, unidentified. BOTTOM ROW: Sheryl Sandler, Eillen Mayer, Judy Vignocchi, Karen 
Laisen, Jane Hudson, Judith Krugman, Judith Adamson, Linda Whitcomb, Marcha Pomrenze. 



Students Gain Experience on the ILLIO Business Staff 



The office of the ILLIO Business Staff is in the Illini Union, and it 

is constantly being used by nearly one hundred people as a base of operations for the sale and 

distribution of the ILLIO. Freshmen and sophomores on the Business Staff 

are responsible for selling the yearbooks and doing general office 

work during the university year. By working in various departments, 

the freshmen and sophomores learn different aspects of business. With this experience, 

they are prepared for becoming future department heads. 



FRESHMAN MANAGERS— TOP ROW: Thomas Gustavson, Russell Johnson, Joseph Stojak, William Mandele, William Randolph, Paul 
Kamin. BOTTOM ROW: Earl Henry, Elaine Bartow, Karen Helgeson, Carol Bingaman, Bobbie Denny, William Nielsen. 




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TOP ROW: Paul McMichael, Jack Bakker, Beverly Susler, William Gerrish, Professor Richard Hildwein, Robert Tinkham. BOTTOM ROW: 
Professor Arthur Wyatt, Professor John Schacht, Professor Joe Sutton. 



Student Publications Are Supervised by the IPC Board 



The Illini Publishing Company is a non-profit organization which has devoted 

itself to supervision of student publications for the past 53 years. Its offices in 

the basement of Illini Hall are headquarters of these publications. Through the efforts of IPC, the 

printing of the DAILY ILLINI is accomplished. It 

also provides administration for the ILLIO, the Illinois TECHNOGRAPH, 

and WPGU radio station, besides doing various types of printing in the commercial field. 

Control of the Illini Publishing Company is handled by 
a board which consists of four faculty members and four student members. 

Faculty members are selected by the President of 

the University after nomination by the Dean of Students for a four year term. The 

exsisting Board chooses the student members, who serve a two year 

term. The Board's responsibilities include selecting editors for the DAILY ILLINI and ILLIO. In 

the course of its meetings, the Board discusses company 

policies, as well as the problems which are brought to it by the various publications which it 

supervises. Through the efforts of IPC, the public receives outstanding publications. 



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Pam Smith, IPC photo chief. 



The Photo Staff is the only group 

in the basement of Illini Hall that serves a dual 

purpose. The photographers 

take assignments from both ILLIO 

and DAILY ILLINI editors. From a tiny office 

shared with the newspaper morgue, 

Pam Smith, photo editor, directs the 

activities of nearly fifteen amateur and 

experienced staffers. Working 

day and night, these students produce pictures that 

center on all aspects of 

campus living, from football games to 

blood drives and protest marches. 

The Photo Staff is under the jurisdiction of the 

Illini Publishing Company. 



Photo Staff Serves DAILY ILLINI and ILLIO 



TOP ROW: Earl Lemar, Richard Grammes, Theodore Hild, Daniel Kraybill. BOTTOM ROW: Garret Terrill, Roberta Herbert, Dale Lehman, 
Diane Palmquist, Linda Ekiss, Mary Digman. 




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Students Speak Through DI 



The DAILY ILLINI, now 95 years old, 

is one of the few college newspapers 

that enjoys editorial independence 

from the University. Everything 

from reporting the news to selling 

advertising is done by students. 

By subscribing to the Associated Press wire 

Service and the Collegiate 

Press Service, the DAILY ILLINI is 

able to give complete coverage to 

campus, state, national, and international news. 

The DAILY ILLINI, which 

is published by the Illini Publishing 

Company, is rated as one of 

the top two college dailies. 

There are more than 50 people on the 

various editorial staffs of the DI. 

The editorial staffs of the newspaper are 

grouped into six divisions. The six 

staffs, each with an editor, are: city, 

state, sports, campus, activities, and copy. 




Jere Whipple, wire editor. 



Larry Finley, executive editor. 



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CAMPUS STAFF — TOP ROW: Nancy Tomich, Kcnnith Blan, 
Shirley Hoelzel. SECOND ROW: Susan Engel. BOTTOM ROW: 
Howard Rothman, Margaret Comverse. 



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Kathie Webb, copy editor 




Editorial Staff of DI Is Divided into Six Sections 




Margaret Converse, campus editor. 



Sports staff covers all Illinois sports in addition to all 
intra-mural results. During the basketball tournament, the 
staff gives close coverage to all the potential 
winners from the earliest tournaments to the final 
victory. Campus staff covers groups such as Student 
Senate, the Board of Trustees, and student 
organizations. Activities staff reports on Star Course, 
University Theater, Illini Union Activities, and religious 
foundations. City staff covers local events, including 
City Council meetings. State staff reports events within 
Illinois. Copy staff reads and revises copy to conform 
to DAILY ILLINI and Associated Press style. 



COPY STAFF — LEFT TO RIGHT: Patricia McGeogh, Paula Kirschner, Candace Szymanczyk, Mary 
Huges, Kathleen Webb, Jere Whipple. 



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CITY STAFF: John Grady, editor; Gary Dandurand, Dennis Sodomka. 





STATE STAFF: Shelden Silver, Patricia McGeough. 






SPORTS STAFF— TOP ROW: John Chamless, unidentified. SECOND ROW: 
James Bidwill, Edward Gillman. BOTTOM ROW: Stephen Kaufman, editor; 
Patricia Faust, Lee Fensin. 



DI Rated One of Best College Dailies 





ACTIVITIES STAFF T< )P ROW: Patricia Sandblom, Jane Balliett, Robert Strohm, editor: 
Judith Stewart. BOTTOM ROW: June Spira, Sheila Stewart, Robert Goldstein. 

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Ron Hanus, assistant to publisher; Bob Belinoff, 
business manager. 



DI Dependent Upon Advertising 



The business staff of the DAILY 

ILLINI is responsible for the advertising, 

subscriptions, and records of 

the paper. Since the size of the DAILY ILLINI is 

dependent upon the number and size of 

advertisements which appear in the 

newspaper, the business staff has an important job to do. 

The classified staff 

is responsbile for the listed 

advertising. This staff is also in charge of the 

paper's records. The display staff 

not only sells and ascribes ads 

for each printing of the DAILY ILLINI, but 

is also responsible for the large mat 

ads. Designing advertisements for merchants 

is also part of the responsibility of the display staff. 



BUSINESS STAFF— TOP ROW: Terry Sueltman, Robert Belinoff, Ronald Hanus, Robert Dahlin. SECOND ROW: Judy Blasdell, Joan 
Prokop, Mary Beth Buck, Lois Davis, Kristine McConachie, Kathleen Cantwell. BOTTOM ROW: Karen Schien, Margaret Peasly. 




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TOP ROW: Rex Hinkle, John Bourgoin, Gale Wiley, Clifford Schilling, Duane Coordes. BOTTOM ROW: Don Bissell, Stuart Umpleby, Alan 
Halpern. NOT IN PANEL: Richard Free, Ralph Mindock. 



Engineering Students Publish a Monthly Magazine 



TECHNOGRAPH is a student 
magazine reporting new developments and 
trends in the engineering field as seen 
from the University of 
Illinois campus. All work on the 
magazine is done by undergraduates. An 
excellent opportunity is provided 
for students to meet out- 
standing faculty members in their college. 

Founded in 1885, TECHNOGRAPH 
is the nation's oldest engineering 
student publication and 
is presently one of the largest. The maga- 
zine is published seven times 
during the school year and serves as a 
means of communication 
between the students of the 
University of Illinois College of 
Engineering and engineering students on 
other campuses throughout 
the country. In this way, students can 
follow research being clone. 
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Clifford Schilling, staff writer. 



Ralph Mindock, staff writer and Richard Berzinski, production assistant. 



Technograph Keeps Engineers Up-to-Date 



TOP ROW: Stuart Umpleby, Ralph Mindock. BOTTOM ROW: John Bourgoin, Gale Wiley. 



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MANAGERS — LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Altman, information director; Robert Wrobel, commercial manager; James Hattendorf, station man- 
ager; Kathleen Brooks, office manager; William Fanta, programming director; Roger Zmrhal, treasurer; Warren Williamson, chief engineer. 



WPGU Provides Campus with a Variety of Programs 



WPGU, the student-operated radio station 
on campus, is the nation's largest financially independent 
closed-circuit station. Broadcasting from its 
studios in the basement of Weston Hall, a variety of entertain- 
ment and information provides its listeners with 
the best in sound throughout the year. WPGU also offers 
valuable experience for students in all areas 
of radio broadcasting and programming. 





RECORDING ROOM— TOP ROW: Nicholas Frigo, Galen Morrison, Richard Cantzlcr, 
Eric Dippold. BOTTOM ROW: Thomas Girard, Louise Wolfe, Gary Kopp. 



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LIBRARY -TOP ROW: Connie Rudsinski, 
Raul Kuick, Thomas Martin, Carolyn Thimc. 
BOTTOM ROW: Civic Mangold. 








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ENGINEERS — TOP ROW: Richard Tappan, James Deichstetter, Barry Sherman, Michael Thomas, Raymond Ehle, George Gaw, Don Peck, 
Gary Brooks, Wayne Schmidt, Dale Svetanoff. BOTTOM ROW: Dave Ziolko, Marshall Poole, unidentified, Marc Aronin, Martin Birnbaum, 
unidentified, Terry Layman. 




NEWS STAFF — LEFT TO RIGHT: Marcia Shultz, Arthur Moritz, Gregory Dent, Alan Love, Ross Capon, Lawrence Hale, Gary Everhart, 
Barry Greengurg. 



Students Keep WPGU Operating at Maximum Efficiency 



SUPERVISORS — TOP ROW: Roman Lopatynski, Gregory Johnson, Richard Bednar, John Coker, Joseph Dominick, Dennis Neiman, Robert 
Iversen, Irwin Berman, John Cowing. BOTTOM ROW: Janis Linstromberg, Willa Combs, Lynn Arndt, Elaine Neubauer. 




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The Board of Fraternity Affairs, 
established in 1946, 
acts as the general policy 
making body of IFC and also serves 
as a board of appeals for 
Interfraternity Council committee 
decisions. As one of 
its duties, the Board makes the 
ultimate recommendation to the Subcom- 
mittee on Student Discipline 
in a case where University of Illinois 
rules and regulations are involved. 
Members of the Board include 
three faculty fraternity members, 
three alumni members, five 
students who are elected officers of 
the IFC Executive Commit- 
tee, and the Assistant Dean of Men for 
Fraternity Affairs at the 
University of Illinois. 







Board of Fraternity Affairs Promotes The Greek Way" 




TOP ROW: Mr. David Gillespie, David Bechtel, Peter Huson, Warren Wessels, Prof. Arno Hill, 
Broom. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Broida, Prof. Charles Hendricks, Dean Stewart Minton. 

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EXECUTIVE BOARD — TOP ROW: Lewis Greenstein, internal vice president; Alben Myren, rush committee; Peter Huson, treasurer; Gordon 
Broom, executive vice president. BOTTOM ROW: Dean Stewart Minton, dean of fraternity men; Ronald Broida, president; David Bechtel, 
secretary; Dennis Flynn, president's advisory committee. 



The Policy Makers of the Interfraternity Council 



Two major bodies of IFC are the Executive Committee and the Presidents' 

Council. The Executive Committee, composed of the elected officers of IFC, the chairman of the 

Rush Committee and the chairman of the Presidents' Advisory Committee, discusses 

and presents issues of interest to IFC. The Presidents Council, composed of the presidents 

of the fifty-seven fraternities, is the legislative and authoritative body of the IFC. 



PRESIDENTS' COUNCIL— TOP ROW: Robert Flam, Alan Frankel, Robert Horstman, Raymond Fairchild, Kerry Cordis, James Fowler, 
James Basine, Wayne Spitzer, Reginald Williams, David Nefzger, Gary Maxwell, James Silverwood. THIRD ROW: Ronald Greenfield, Richard 
Kirchhoff, Stuart Spear, Richard Lucas, William Smith, Steven Still, Harley McVicker, David Berg, Donald Angus, Armand Johnson, Robert 
Lukes, Philip Hinderberger. SECOND ROW: John Schafer, Ronald Haines, James Ransom, Norman Nelson, Dennis Flynn, David Player, 
Arthur Jensen, Michael Kuhn. BOTTOM ROW: Richard McCline, Alan Finger, Michael Horvich, Charles Given, Charles Allen, Lawrence 
King, Richard Franks, Joseph Hurst. NOT IN PANEL: Joseph Bain, Stephen Kimbell, David Brent, Richard Cochran, Ernest Brewer, Richard 
Mazursky, Karl Krehbiel, Dennis Norden, Tom Reeves, Wayn-" Schroeder, Thomas Brewer, John Almon, Earle Tockman, Bruce Newell, William 
Schuck, Barry Kerman, Richard Wierciak. 






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Revised last year to better its ser- 
vices to fraternity pledges, the Junior 
Interfraternity Council represents the 
voice of pledges on the campus. Of- 
ficers are chosen in an election early 
in the year; every house then sends a 
pledge representative to regular meet- 
ings of the Council. 
Public relations, scholarship, social 
affairs pledge training, and various 
other aspects of fraternity life are dis- 
cussed by J IF throughout each school 
year. Speakers, projects, and discus- 
sion groups also highlight the meetings. 
An essential feature of JIF is its 
Co-ordinating Board, organized in '64. 
This Board helps provide better train- 
ing and education for its members; in 
doing this a stronger liasion is created 
between JIF and IF. 




OFFICERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: William Hamilton, president; William Schilling, 
program coordinator; Stephen Kellogg, advisor; Ronald Hoffman, secretary- 
treasurer; Pamela Love, IFC office secretary. 



Action Is Watchword of Junior IF Council 



TOP ROW: Kenneth Fletcher, Terry Moga, Michael Wolfe, Bernard Green, Gerald Skoglund, Michael Steinberg, Stephen Kniss, Jack Fair- 
brother, Rick Ross, Samuel Small, Wayne Mucha, Thomas Taylor, Gail Hoffman, James Baymiller, Wayne Goodman. THIRD ROW: William 
Pellum, Richard Schneider, Joseph Lucco, William Busch, Robert Tebben, Frank Johannissohn, Donald Uchtmann, Vincent Egan, Thomas 
Scoville, Stephen Degler, Dave Adami, Jordan Libit, John Cioper, Robert Berkover, Robert Wayman, James Lammle. SECOND ROW: John 
McHarry, William Tuckey, John Stewart, Theodor Maxeiner, Ronald Hoffman, William Hamilton, William Schilling, Gary Oakes, Mark 
Bischoff, Jeffrey Kutsche. BOTTOM ROW: Bruce Carlton, John Duncan, Donald Pierson, John Weil, Fred Devin, Robert Weissmann, Louis 
Cervera, Kenneth Place, James Videbeck, Darrell Yearwood, Darrel Felty. 




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PROGRAM BOARD—TOP ROW: James Tattini, Bruce Meyer, John Westermann, Glenn Lipp, Bruce Lund, Kent Slater. BOTTOM ROW: 
Lawrence Case, Roger Warnki, Lewis Greenstein, Stephen Kellogg. 



Program Board, PAC Exemplify Interests of Illinois IPC 



The Program Board tries to direct efforts 
of individual committees along lines most profit- 
able to IFC and prepares programs to be pre- 
sented to the Executive Committee. All but two 
of the committee chairmen are members. 



The Presidents' Advisory Committee, com- 
posed of several house presidents, acts as a 
body of review for IFC projects and problems. 
They also recommend solutions to the Executive 
Committee of IFC. 




PRESIDENTS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE— TOP ROW: Wayne Spitzer, David Nefzger, David Brent, Ronald Greenfield, John Almon, 
Michael Horvich. BOTTOM ROW: James Goodale, David Player, Dennis Flynn, Ronald Atlas, Harley McVicker. NOT IN PANEL: George 
Rishel. 

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PHI ALPHA MU — TOP ROW: Douglas Garwood, Harris Greenwald, Roger Angel, Robert Mullen, Donald Leaf, James Watson. BOTTOM 
ROW: John Pflum, Michael Tomasic, Sheldon Goldman, Ronald Roberts. NOT IN PANEL: William Moore, Thomas Brewer, Michael McCloskey. 



Phi Alpha Mu ? Fraternity Life Organize Greek Initiatives 



Phi Alpha Mu, interfraternity 
scholastic honorary, was formed in 
1964 to recognize out- 
standing scholarship among 
fraternity men. Fraternity men with 
at least ninety credit 
hours and a 4.5 or above grade average 
are eligible to petition for membership. 
Selection of members is made by the 
Activities Committee chairman. 

Fraternity Life, a joint publication 

of Panhellenic and IFC, seeks 

to provide better communication between 

the two systems and 
individual houses. It also hopes to 
provide non-Greeks with a better under- 
standing of the purpose 
and activities of the Greek system. 




FRATERNITY LIFE— TOP ROW: Glenn Lapp, IF publications chairman: 
John Ferguson, copy & feature editor; John Devos, photographer. BOTTOM 
"ROW: Judith Peiser, editor; Betty Cocking, Panhellenic communications 
chairman; Michael Popper, business manager. NOT IN PANEL: David Berg, 
photo & layout editor. 



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OFFICERS: Carol Meiller, president; Mary Ann Jepsen, 
secretary; Jane Shuman, vice president; Marian Hull, 
treasurer. 



Panhellenic, the governing body of the 

twenty-four national sororities 

on campus, aims to instill in its members a 

greater appreciation of the importance of an active interest 

in the world around them. The 

legislative power is vested in 

the Presidents' Council, composed of the 

presidents of the individual 

sororities. At the beginning of second 

semester four officers are elected 

by the houses, each sorority having one vote. 

These officers in turn choose the other 

members of the seventeen member 

Executive Council through interviews and petitions. This 

body is responsible for 

carrying out the programs 

of Senior and Junior Panhellenic. 



Panhellenic Promotes Women's Active Role on Campus 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— TOP ROW: Mary Beth Herren, Lynn Bowser, Nancy Weytkow, Mary Pieper, Susan Williams, Nancy Young, 
Feme Halleman, Carol Houlihan, Patricia Dewey, Greta Gustafson. BOTTOM ROW: Betty Cocking, Marian Hull, Miss Barbara Metzner, 
advisor; Mary Ann Jepsen, Carol Meiller, Jane Shuman, Paula Gottschalk. NOT IN PANEL: Beverly Rosen, Judith Peiser. 







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PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL — TOP ROW: Betty Cocking, Sharon Kunar, Suellen Scoggin, Marian Hull, Carol Meiller, Mary Ann Jepsen, 
Susan Perlin, Pamela Archer, Barbara Holt, Susan Schick, Penny Fisher. SECOND ROW: Vicky Moss, Lynne McNown, Erika Busck, Tamara 
Dazey, Barbara Guill, Jacquelyn Warner, Patricia Tebussek, Eleanore Schreiner, Merrilee Waltz, Jan Koenig. BOTTOM ROW: Susan Awe, 
Nancy Stein, Susan Alster, Margaret Franks, Dawn Sayre, Madeline Bergson, Mary Luckett, Sally Johannes. NOT IN PANEL: Jane Shuman. 

Rush Counselors Aid Rushees by Answering Questions 



The Judicial Board of Panhellenic, 
headed by a Judicial Chairman, hands 
down decisions in cases of infractions 
of rules and questions of membership 
and pledging. The chairman and five 
members-at-large are joined by a rush 
chairman if rush rules are involved. 
With deferred rushing fairly new, 
rough spots and problems remained to 
be resolved. The Evaluation Commit- 
tee found this especially difficult as it 
did not have any past experience with 
which to compare last year's rush. 
The rush counselors, more so than 
ever, helped orient the rushees to so- 
rority living before rush began. They 
arranged panel discussions in the fall 
to clarify misconceptions and an after- 
noon of open houses giving interested 
girls a chance to visit several houses 
and hear talks on sorority life. 




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RUSH COUNSELORS — TOP ROW: Janet Lipe, Karen Fogler, Jacqueline Brodsky, Doris Shuteneckt, Sally Jeffries, Diane Magliochetti, 
Rachel Gelfand, Susan Keilly, Deanice Peckler, Mary Pieper. SECOND ROW: Jean Scheltes, Joan Petersen, Christine Johnson, Margo Miller, 
Nancy Young, Patricia Dewey, Joan Scott, Barbara Baker. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Felts, Fleury Viger, Jill Forsell, Mary Beth Heeren, Janice 
Sommer, Holly Brown, Cheryl Christ. NOT IN PANEL: Betty Cocking, Janice Bear, Feme Halleman, Bronwyn Carlson, Paula Gottschalk, 
Ann Karlen, Barbara Vierling. 



JUDICIAL BOARD— LEFT TO RIGHT: Jane Heggie, Ruth Kopp, 
Susan Alster, Marilyn Brown, Paula Gottschalk, Barbara Wallace. 



RUSH EVALUATION COMMITTEE— TOP ROW: 
Catherine Wit, Eileen Sternshein, Patricia Dewey. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Sue Mueller, Nancy Young. NOT IN 
PANEL: Feme Halleman, Nancy Ross, Pamela Archer. 





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WISA Attempts to Serve Every Aspect of Campus Life 



After celebrating its fiftieth anniversary 

last year, WISA is planning 

another fifty years of serving independent women 

students in every aspect of 
campus life: social, academic, and cultural. 

One of WISA's primary con- 
cerns is to promote scholarship; 
thus, it helps sponsor a campus-wide tutoring system. 
Last year WISA gave $2000 for scho- 
larships and grants-in-aid. 

To provide the "social backing" 

that University women once 

felt was lacking, WISA and MIA co-sponsor several 

social activities. One tradition, 

which began in 1949 as an independent 

women's dance, is now known as Sno-Ball. 

Dad's Day Review and Freshman Board are also 

included in WISA's activities. 




WISA OFFICERS — TOP ROW: Kay Geiger, Rosalie Kober- 
nik, Nancy Mihevc. SECOND ROW: Barbara Gibian, Mary 
Gray, Jane Stevens, Marilynn Johnson, Barbara Worner. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Sara Baker, Susan Howell. NOT IN PANEL: 
Geraldine Parr, Ronda Hathaway, Dean Jean Hill, advisor. 



HOUSE PRESIDENTS— TOP ROW: Unidentified, Judith Troy, Adrienne Segel, Catherine Tarrant, Judith Rhodes, Susan Stillwell, Flo Anne 
Fuller, Donna Schultz. THIRD ROW: Joyce Nies, Mary Johnston, Barbara Modica, Carol Anderson, Melanie Thomas, Jaycee Aronson, Charlene 
Talsma, Deanne Gerber. SECOND ROW: Mary Jo Hendrickson, Shan Steidl, Sarah West, Natalie Winzler, Sandy Mattoon, Marlene Piecuch. 
BOTTOM ROW: Paula Stark, Carol Tester, Toby Dyner, Jeanne Rosenmayer, Roberta Ernst. 



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FRESHMAN BOARD — TOP ROW: Shirley Creighton, Mary Johnson, Norma Irey, Mary Clickener, Linda Goodwin, Judith Gibian, Peggy 
Clark, Stephanie Sundine, Cynthia Colvin, Ruth Hoodwin, Paula Stueve, Cathy Sugarman, Muriel Knoblauch. THIRD ROW: Nancy Scherer, 
Patricia Bruce, Deborah Boxdorfer, Gwen Wise, Paula Humphrey, Judith Handzel, Margot Shumaker, Joan Edwards, Jo Gunderson, Eileen 
Dalenberg, Janice Anniss, Maybelle Oakwood, Nancy Gaskill. SECOND ROW: Terri Bartlett, Susan Miller, Rae Schneider, Geraldine Parr, 
chairman; Miss Marilyn Michal, advisor; Judith Gilbert, Marilyn Slotter, Katheryn Gustafson, Cheryl Dombrowski, Eileen Drop, Holly Carr, 
Wanda Ball. BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Jacobs, Elaine Clark, Jacqueline Beck, Nancy Day, Carolyn Price, Elaine Dittmer, Lynn Fredman, Elise 
Pechter, Ellen Fugate, Arlene Shub. 



Board Serves Freshmen CWS Represents Women 



Each fall seventy freshman women are cho- 
sen to serve on Freshman Board. These girls 
are acquainted with leadership positions in stu- 
dent government and campus activities through a 
variety of programs with campus leaders. 



The Council of Women Students is made up 
of WISA and Panhellenic representatives and, 
thus, serves as the collective voice for all un- 
dergraduate women. CWS works directly with 
Student Senate and CSA in proposing bills. 




CWS — Sandra Mattoon, Virginia Hackl, Marilynn Johnson, Diane Eisele, Dean Barbara Metzner, advisor; Susan Howell, Carol Meiller, Penelope 
Fredricks, Martha Herm, Dean Jean Hill, advisor; Jan Koenig, Jane Stevens, Betty Cocking. NOT IN PANEL: Mary Luckett. 

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Illini Guides Orient New Students to University Life 



The Illini Guides have the 
important task of orienting new 
freshmen to the campus. They are 
able to answer questions and 
give information which helps new- 
comers overcome the fear associated 
with the bigness and 
strangeness of the campus. 

An Illini Guide works 

closely with new students by 

remaining in close contact and 

giving advice immediately whenever 

a problem arises, 

whether it is a social 

or an academic one. Thus, 

a new student's anxiety is eased 

through this friendship. 




EXECUTIVE BOARD— TOP ROW: Bruce Lund, IF chairman; John Vercler, 
MRH chairman; Dean Gaylord Hatch, adviser; Donald Whitney, MIA chairman. 
BOTTOM ROW: Betty Cocking, Panhellenic chairman; Dean Linda Hester, adviser; 
Susan Howell, WISA chairman; Karen Tuggle, assistant WISA chairman. 




ILLINI GUIDES — TOP ROW: Jane Zimmerman, Nancy Maxwell, Cynthis Turley, Irene Gecas, Sara Pence, Jane Atlas, Lynnc Blair, Susan 
Lashbrook, Susan Hcrscy, Pollyann Piper, Cyd Nepon, Mary Saferstien, Elaine Neubauer, Sue Mool, Barabara Hcgan, Judy Overlin, Patricia 
Ilolincr. FOURTH ROW: Carole Green, Jo Ann Platter, Nancy Joslyn, Pamela Petersen, Barbara Flynn, Carol Kingery, Sharon Adair, Jill 
Scott, Shirley Griffin, Sharon Focrtsch, Marjory Stafford, Judith Vyskocil, Nancy Shields, Judith Stewart, Clare Ann Paskiet. THIRD ROW: 
Victoria Nichols, Barbara Mueller, Carol Anderson, Pamela Foulks, Betty Cocking, Panhellenic chairman; Susan Howell, chairman; Miss Linda 
Hester, adviser; Karen Tuggle, assistant chairman; Margaret Manchester, Carole Bawdcn, Carolyn Banks, Betty Watts. SEC( )ND ROW: Barbara 
Schulman, Carol Scharhag, Janet Ackland, Mary Aikinan, Barbara Barnes, Serena McCullough, Sharlenc Learner, Marcia Schultz, Sara Soder, 
Margaret Ncfstcad. BOTTOM ROW: Cathleen Gannon, Eileen Dzielak, Lynne Firsel, Carol Garland, Judith Troy, Joan Beckerman, Marilyn 
Retzlaff, Alice Cortright. 

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The Men's Residence Halls 
Association tries to provide a program of 
activity which will interest and 
involve a group of 5,000 men. 
Along with its basic goals of increasing 
leadership, initiative, and scholar- 
ship, MRHA is attempting 
to stimulate individuals 
to seek understanding, knowledge, 
and relaxation through individual effort 
whenever possible. It is instituting 
better student programs to 
furnish a "humanizing element" in 
which classroom education and out-of- 
class activities blend, providing the 
individual with a complete education. 
The Executive Council of MRHA 
manages the internal business 
of the Association. It also advises the 
President's Council on MRHA 
and campus affairs. 



Don Kaizer, president of MRHA. 



MRHA Provides for a Complete Education 




PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL— TOP ROW: Barry Briggs, Stuart Simon, Brent Gregory, Norman Hoffmann, James Lynn, Kenneth Kindness, 
Edward Fahrner, James Mueller, Richard Swansen, Marc Aronin, Larry Palmerson, Edward Heckert, William Podl, Edward Jeanblanc, Paul 
Fahr. SECOND ROW: Herbert Harback, Myron Odell, Arthur Klein, Stephen Kaye, Gary Marcucci, Thomas Marzen, Joseph Derso, John Irwin, 
Donald Afflerbaugh, Robert Krumwiede, Daniel Parz, Arie VanderPloeg, Donald Meyer, Ernst Cornielsen, David Wickersheimer. BOTTOM 
ROW: John Swanda, David Helman, Larry Swanson, Robert Strand, Jerry Andreen, Frank Schweitzer, Don Kaiser, John Miller, Paul Han, 
Wesley Habley, Roger Miller, Robert Vercler, Steven Schreck. 

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL — TOP ROW: Bennett Alban, external vice president; David Helman, Garner area chairman; James Mueller, Hopkins 
area chairman- Terry Andreen, treasurer; Larry Swanson, Orchard Downs area chairman; Roger Miller, Townsend area chairman; John Swanda, 
Assistant Dean of Men- Wesley Habley, Weston area chairman. BOTTOM ROW: William Johnson, Forbes area chairman; John Miller, adminis- 
trative vice president; Frank Schweitzer, executive vice president; Don Kaizer, president; Paul Han, internal vice president; Robert Strand, 
secretary. 

Presidents' Council Accomodates Individual Interests 



The task of accommodating 

the individual's interest is that of the 

MRHA Presidents' Council. It is their 

job to create new social, 

cultural, and intellectual programs to 

meet the changing needs 

of the residents. Presidents' 

Council handles legislative changes; 

it is here that the constitution, 

by-laws, and judicial code are reviewed. 

The Council also appropriates funds and 

selects its officers. 

Corrective measures are decided 

upon in the judicial system of 

MRHA. Cases are first reviewed by 

individual houses. If an appeal is 

made, however, the Association Judicial 

Board will review the appeal and 

make a decision concerning 

the case in question. 



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JUDICIAL BOARD — TOP ROW: Gordon Baumgartner, Frank Mikes, 
Ronald Sanford. BOTTOM ROW: Paul I Ian, chairman; William 1 [amilton. 



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MRHA Participates in Numerous Social Events 




THE ATTRACTIVE MRH dorms add a touch of beauty to the area. 



Throughout each year, MRHA 

strives to take an active 

part in the activities of the University. 

Socially, MRHA is encouraging 

increased relationships with other housing 

groups, participation in 

co-recreational and intra-mural sports, 

and increased expression of 

school spirit through participation in pep 

rallies, Dad's Day Revue, 

and other paired events. During 

Dad's Day Weekend, 

MRHA, WISA, and MIA held the 

annual Dad's Day Revue — one of the high 

spots of the campus weekend. 

MRHA can call itself an active group. 




MRH MEN SEEM to find time for their academic dutie; 





INFORMAL DANCES ARE common sights around MRH. 



FOLKSINGING AND INFORMAL get-togethers are frequent events. 



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The Men's Independent Association is an 

organization linking and 

representing on campus the men living in the 

various independent housing 

units. Its primary purpose is to maintain a high 

level of health and study 

conditions in these privately owned 

homes. The Association 

deals directly with the owners and serves as a 

mediator for grievances between the 

students and their landlords. 

This year, in addition to its usual activities, 
special attention was given 
to long range planning for MIA, adapting the 
programs and services of the 
organization in order to ad- 
just to the ever-changing 
and ever-growing University of Illinois. 




Joseph Coyne, president of MIA. 



MIA Adapts to Changing and Growing University 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— TOP ROW: Joseph Page, vice president of social affairs; Lawrence Baxter, vice president oi personnel; Richard 
Philipp treasurer; Lee Jacobs, secretary; fames McVickar, vice president of house services; Robert White, vice president of publications. HOI IOM 
™ Edward Weisel.vice presidentof organization; Joseph Coyne, president; David Grieve, executive vice president; Ronald Kent, vice president 
nal affairs. 



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MONDAY COUNCIL REPRESENTATI VES— TOP ROW: Patrick Heitzman, William Radden, Larry Rose, Randell Keller, Marshall Ramme, 
Donald Feldhake, Tom Breuer, John Collins, Thomas Martin, Michael McCandless, Eugene David, Gregory Northcutt, LaVerne Canham, 
Dennis Williams, George Veenstra. THIRD ROW: Sheldon Greengard, Daniel Higgins, John Kennedy, John Castro, Robert Holloway, David 
Dominguez, William Cafferata, George Pearson, Thomas Priestley, Richard Aron, Larry Wooldrige, William Shockey, John Hightower, Howard 
Spires, Stanley Sutherland, Jeffery Muise. SECOND ROW: Richard Philipp, Robert White, Joseph Page, Edward Weisal, Joseph Coyne, David 
Grieve, Donald Kent, Lee Jacobs, James McVickar, Lawrence Baxter. BOTTOM ROW: Dean Andrews, Richard Ohlinger, James Peterson, 
Dean Samet, Barry Brusso, David Schaffer, Frank Detrana, Robert Durjer, David Bauman, James Traub. 

MIA Exemplifies the Interests of Independent Men 



In order to keep up with usual MIA policy, the 
useful previous policies were extended, and new 
programs to handle new problems were begun. 
This year a freshman board, whose duty it is 
to develop leadership, was continued as well as 
expanded. In the way of beginning programs a 



leadership conference for house officers was ini- 
tiated with the main purpose of preparing and 
training men for the performance of their jobs. 
Also introduced this year were weekly "Friday 
Flings" and informal "open house" dances, which 
helped to break up the rigors of studying. 



FRESHMAN BOARD— TOP ROW: Michael Kraska, Robert Michalak, Gary Raymond, James Moran, Timothy O'Keefe, Frank Morski, 
Kenneth Frantzen, Donald Feldhake, Donald Moffitt, Donald Owings, Marshall Ramme, Rene Fuentes, Howard Abrams. THIRD ROW: William 
Cafferata, Joseph Kuhns, Thomas Fisher, Tarry Brockmeyer, Christopher Baynas, Brian Mulcrone, James Peterson, Stephen VonderHaar, Russel 
Davis, Antti Maran, Randall Keller, William Luxten, Timothy Lane. SECOND ROW: Ronald Smith, Timothy McAuliff, Dennis Novak, 
Michael Chu, James Stovall, Larry Allen, Michael Kirchman, James Steinmann, Robert Beyers, Ronald Mogel, Max Heacock, Kenneth Yednock. 
BOTTOM ROW: Dennis Kirchgesner, Donald Olson, Thomas Priestley, Arnold Sieger, Kenneth Parker, David Thinnes, David Zwicker, Gary 
Heusel, Dennis Huber, Daniel Friant, Keith Honnegger, Patrick O'Rourke. 



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TOP ROW: Bernadine Heller, Prudence Berline, Sylvia Lundin. BOTTOM ROW: Patricia O'Connor, Sara 
Baker, Patricia Hearst. 






"Our Winter Love" Was Theme of WISA-MIA Dance 



Sno-Ball, the annual winter formal sponsored by the Women's Independent Student 

Association and the Men's Independent Association, 

was held Saturday, November 20th. Old-fashioned street lamps and 

a silhouette of a man and woman as a backdrop behind the queen's platform helped carry out the 

dance's theme, "Our Winter Love." Large snowballs were 
used for the ballot boxes along with the pictures of the candiates. Voting for the 

queen was done by placing ticket stubs in the ballot boxes. 

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TOP ROW: William Robinson, James McVicker, Kenneth Piotter, Richard Taylor, Kenneth 
Nimrick, Robert White, Ronald Scherer. BOTTOM ROW: Marilynn Rawson, Mary Jo Hendrick- 
son, Marilynn Johnson, Emily Kastning, Carol Bankson, Diane Waltzek. 



Crowning of Queen Was Highlight of Sno-ball Formal 




The highlight of the 1965 dance was 

the crowning of the fifteenth Sno-Ball Queen, 

Miss Sara Baker. The new 

queen, a junior living in 4-H House and 

majoring in music, was chosen from a court including 

Prudence Berline, Patricia Hearst, 

Bernadine Heller, Sylvia Lundin, and Patricia O'Connor. 

As chairmen for the dance, 

Marilynn Johnson and Kenneth Nimrick presented 

the new queen with a bouquet of red 

roses and a charm bracelet. 

Each member of the court also received a 

charm as a remembrance of the evening. As in past 

years, Sno-Ball was a great success. 



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YMCA CABINET — TOP ROW: Benjamin Downs, Robert Novota, Harlan Henson, Donald Steed, Scott Herrick, Clarence Ellis, Thomas Beale, 
Kent Fairfield, William Goldstein, James Johnson, Edward Nestingen, associate secretary; James Block. BOTTOM ROW: Mark Wieting, Robert 
Elder, recorder; Lawrence Miller, president; John Anderson, first vice president; Richard Church. NOT IN PANEL: Harold Anderson, second 
vice president; Allen Ferriera, Douglas Sims, Robert Bixler, Michael Bowman, John Price, associate secretary. 



YMCA Serves University Students 



The program of the YMCA allows the indi- 
vidual to select from various activities ranging 
from Pal, a community service program, to Po- 
wer Politics and Ethics. Also, the YMCA has 
a cafeteria, the Kaeser Room. 

Unlike the community YMCA, the University 
of Illinois YMCA does not provide athletic facili- 
ties. Instead, it tries to provide an atmosphere 



in which individuals, in solitude and concert, may 
freely and openly engage in an unlimited search 
for life's meaning. Traditionally the University 
"Y" has sought to confront and challenge issues 
which make an individual fully aware of the im- 
portance of man and the maintenance of his hu- 
manism in a world that is rapidly becoming sec- 
ular, urban, and impersonal. 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 
OF DIRECTORS: Dean Allen 
Weller, chairman; Professor Mar- 
tin Wagner, vice chairman; Al- 
bert Tillman, secretary; Professor 
Francis Weeks, treasurer. 



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YWCA Fosters Leadership and Effective Participation 




OFFICERS OF THE YWCA: Susan Lashborok, treasurer; Sally Ridgeway, secre- 
tary; Karen Strohm, president; Rosemary Walton, vice president. 



Everyone is invited to join the local 
community of college women who are 
interested in doing something about the 
events of our times. The campus YW 
includes a variety of small groups for 
discussion of ideals, service, and fun. 

The YW develops student concern. 
Through the encounter groups, student 
forums, and faculty firesides, the par- 
ticipants gain insight into such vital is- 
sues as the war on poverty, urban re- 
newal and international tensions. 

The YWCA does not promise that 
happiness is being a member, but that 
happiness consists of being concerned 
with the ideas and activities that prove 
meaningful to an individual. 



WES A Provides Competitive Sport Activities for Women 



Women's Extramural Sports Association is a 
student organization for undergraduate women 
who are interested in competitive sports. This 
program also emphasizes student leadership and 



offers participants the opportunity to visit other 
campuses and to entertain other college women 
on our campus. In addition, WESA offers ad- 
vanced instruction in the sports played. 




WESA — TOP ROW: Sue Anne Beicher, Nancy Zvan, Susan Burroughs, Sherrill Riggins, Betty Bennett, Lucy Goldsmith, Sally Bell, Jane Sho- 
strum, Donna Korda, Judie Pilat. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Ruhlow, Bonnie Byrne, Rosemary Seiler, Miss Helga Deutsch, advisor; Eleanor 
Schoen, president; Toni Bjorn, Janice Weidon. NOT IN PANEL: Donna Torrence, Janice Walk. 

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year's queen. 







TOP ROW: John Walters, queen contest; David Lathrop, assistant 
chairman. THIRD ROW: Richard Langrehr, major chairman; 
Keith Haselhorst, decorations. SECOND ROvV: Randolph Chris- 
tianson, physical arrangements; David Griffin, publicity. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Michael Torgerson, treasurer; James Clarno, bids. 
NOT IN PANEL: Michael Grosser. 



Engineers Honored at Ball SNIB Informs Campus 



St. Pat's Ball, named after the patron saint 
of engineering, is held each March on a week- 
end near St. Pat's Day. Outstanding engineer- 
ing juniors and seniors are knighted and honor- 
ed with membership in the Knights of St. Pat, 
the honorary activity society for engineers. A 
queen is chosen from candidates nominated by 
various professional engineering societies. 



The Student News and Information Bureau 
is made up of students of all interests and ma- 
jors. However, it is a news agency only for 
the College of Agriculture. SNIB is organized 
into sections of photography, press, publications, 
radio, television, and exhibits. During the year 
SNIB mobilizes these media outlets to publicize 
the major activities of the agriculture campus. 




TOP ROW- Ronald Scherer, Wayne Henegar, Rodney Rice, Thomas Fisher, Lyn Ash, Robert Woods, James lY.iub, Richard Brooks, rhomas 
Smith Richard Wax, Robert Halm, Ronald Hartshorn. SECOND ROW: David AlthauS, Marilyn Wheeler, Teresa Reynolds, Susan Henry, 
Beth Berg, Linda Kendall, Kathleen Brave, Janet Spears, Nancy Bratton, Ann Vaughan, Donald McOabe. BOTTOM ROW: Carl Burkybile, 
Larry Allen, Ramona Kochis, Robert Pritchard, Kay Geiger, Dennis Mummert, Alice Dittraer, Sue Ehrhart, Larry Gutterridge. 

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Women's Glee Club Takes Pride in Its Work 




Through its tours and concerts 
the Women's Glee Club performs a service 
to both the University and the community. 
The club, directed by Elmer Thomas, began 
its year by singing for the Illinois 
Educational Institute, Illinois Choral Clinic, 
and Dad's Day Banquet. In the spring 
the club toured Southern Illinois, 
giving concerts in Carbondale and sur- 
rounding areas. The Glee Club also per- 
formed for the annual Mom's Day Concert. 
The repertoire consists of various types 
of music, from the classical 
to the modern. By singing different forms 
of music, the members can 
gain a deeper appreciation of it. Partici- 
pating in Women's Glee Club 
is an enjoyable experience. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Franks, president; Barbara Power, 
treasurer; Kay Ritter, vice president; Karen McDowell, tour 
manager; Kathy Becker, secretary. 




TOP ROW: Janet Trulock, Hildegard Sittig, Sharon Wilson, Kathryn Droba, Suzanne Wildhagen, Shelby Mudsinger, Mary Henderson, Gloria 
Pitman, Terry Jones, Mary Legg, Marcia Schirmer, Ellen Mies, Barbara Power, Louise Pfeffer, Barbara Skei. THIRD ROW: Linda Hamilton, 
Mary Colby, Kareen Vallandigham, Susan Shiffler, Carroll Imle, Marcia Garmer, Carolyn Koenig, Karen McDowell, Mary Beth Shafer, Prudence 
Berline, Rita Ryan, Catherine Bobera, Judith Brickman, Joann Smith. SECOND ROW: Elmer Thomas, conductor; Jean Clinton, Janet Evetts, 
Mary Lynge, Carol Jo Reynolds, Patricia Duffield, Anne Dallman, Cherie Bohat, Joy Berkenstadt, Cheryl Bailleu, Sara Baker, Carole Barclay, 
Julie Swedberg, JoAnn Gerdes. BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Emery, Patricia Sentman, Margaret Franks, Ann Leffler, Barbara Francisco, Martha 
Seifert, Kathy Becker, Susan Hartman, Karol Gagstetter, Dede Nickerson. 

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TOP ROW: Kenneth Arney, John Hartshorne, George Deininger, JefFery Hotham, Joe Prince, Joseph Hopkins, John Thomas, Edward Gray, 
Richard Erdmann, Larry Grabb, Paul Gula, Lowell Peck, Charles Gustafson, Lawrence Nordlof, Samuel Hays. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Shaul, 
Bruce Burch, Dan Paarlberg, James Brunner, Harold Isaacson, Richard Robinson, Douglas Olson, Larry Rell, Jim Grigg, Larry Bundy, Terry 
Scranton, Reynold Durre, James Roll, JefFery Lundeen, Tim Moreland. THIRD ROW: James Froehlich, Robert Morrison, Arvid Osterberg, 
Brian Burch, Paul Gallis, William Wilton, Gregory Schmidt, Larry Mitchell, Jon Haddon, Erick Johnson, William Schiminski, Daniel Brown, 
Robert Klohr, Thomas Clapp. SECOND ROW: John Zaruba, Martin Miller, Miles Smith, Peter Kauffman, Duane McKinley, Alan Miller, 
John Winter, Ronald Grabb, Richard Knox, Richard Mariner, John Berryman, Herbert Anderson, Thomas Winings. BOTTOM ROW: Dale 
Roller, accompanist- Prof. Harold Decker, conductor. NOT IN PANEL: William Hails, David Gardner, Donald Lykkebak, Bob Morreen. 

Singing Illini Carry on Traditions of Success and Quality 



Founded in 1887, the Varsity Men's Glee 
Club has continued to grow in popularity, en- 
thusiasm, and accomplishment. Success is a 
dominant feature of the club, as evidenced by 
the wide acclaim of its audiences. 



Relatively few members of this club are 
enrolled in the School of Music. The result 
of this blend of students, brought together by 
a love for music, is a strong fraternal spirit 
bringing forth the best in song. 



OFFICERS — TOP ROW: Tim Moreland, junior manager; Edward Gray, junior manager; David Gustafson, junior manager; David Gardner, 
secretary; William Hails, senior manager; Lawrence Nordlof, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Martin Miller, junior manager; Thomas Winings, 
president. 




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"THE VOYAGERS", THE Glee Club trio, give an informal concert. 



All members of the Varsity Men's 

Glee Club agree that their 

European tour in the summer of 1965 was 

one of excitement and enjoyment. 

They left Chicago on August 16 and 

arrived in Paris on the seventeenth where 

they spent two days. While there, 

they toured Paris and 

made a tape recording. A three day 

stop in Rome was next with a concert in 

Brindizi following. Stopping next in 

Greece, the Glee Club toured Athens, 

Olympia, and Corinth, performing 

various concerts along the way. 

The highlight of their 

Grecian trip was learning and singing 

the Greek national anthem in Greek. They 

wound up their tour with another 

trip to Rome to perform for the Pope. 




BUSY "SINGING ILLINI" load up their Chicago bound bus on their departure day, August 15th. 



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TOP ROW- John Clinkman, Paul Pryor, Robert Moreen, Edward Baker, Karl Forsstrom, James Javore, Bruce Barkstrom, Richard Bloesch, 
John Mottar Eugene Tangul Paul Westlund, Kenneth Brillhart, Dennis Shaul. THIRD ROW: Floronne Griffin, Paul Owings, Michael Benard, 
Tames Sirois 'Maurice Jones, James Gothard, Jay Means, Gary Gletty, William Nicholls, Phillip Smith, Ralph Retherford, Dan Paarlberg, Kath- 
leen Tydd. SECOND ROW: Linda Best, Jean MacDonald, Sandra Kooyenga, Carroll Imle, Linda Johnson, Thorgerdur Ingolfsdottir, Bonnie 
Barnett, Alexis DeFotis, Sandra Kungle, Kathryn Sobeski, Judith Fulton, Miriam Gordon, Cathy Koerber, Sandra Lott. BOTTOM ROW: 
DoreenBaillargeon, Elizabeth Burk, Patricia Hearst, DiAnne Westermann, Marilee David, Mary Norris, Linda Bourne, Valerie Dvorak, Rhonda 
Fleming Susan Brownfield, Barbara Beckmeyer, Kathryn O'Connor, Janet Turuda, Bonnie Mottar. Prof. Harold Decker, conductor. 



Choir Performs at Various Concerts During Busy Season 



The Concert Choir has 
continued to maintain its reputa- 
tion as a fine choral group. Its 
select membership is based on 
previous scholarship performance 
and musical ability. In the 
fall they sang at a choral clinic 
directed by Robert Shaw. 
This was followed 
by a Thanksgiving television 
program, a Christmas concert, and 
a spring concert on Campus. 




TOP ROW: James Javore, external vice president: William Nicholls, externa] treasurer: 
Edwin Baker, vice 'president; James Gothard, external president. BOTTOM ROW: 
Valerie Dvorak, treasurer: Paul" Owings, president; Linda Bourne, secretary. 



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TOP ROW: Kathryn Arlen, Mary Anne Duis, Lynda Scranton, Carol Purdy, Sally Reynolds, Kay Fisher, Samuel Hohmann, Larry Smith, 
Michael Hari, Roger Farmer, Ronald Suter, Roy Frazier, Carol Brookhart, Heather MacKenzie, Patricia Holland, Nancy Kloetzli, Debra Slaugh- 
ter, Marilyn Kreitner, Rosemary Seiler, Laura Newman. FOURTH ROW: Carol Becker, Bonnie Fredin, Paula Clayton, Rozamund Beynon, 
Janice Edgar, Mary Ann Johnson, Sandra Kappmeyer, Susan Gross, David Nagele, Daniel DeMarco, Louis Hickok, Randall Bell, Ronald Fruin, 
Carol Walter, Barbara Rubley, Susan Mordica, Diane Kruass, Marilyn Reiners, Gail Esarey, Dianne Fisher, Jacqueline Francis. THIRD ROW: 
Bonnie Hughes, Bonnie Rogers, Nancy Fetters, Margaret Maxwell, Viki Sawyer, Carole Walther, David Alvey, David Wojtowicz, Howard 
Bradley, John Thompson, William Shafer, Edward Lathrope, Beverly Baker, Lucinda Skeen, Carole Mitts, Marsha Swinger. SECOND ROW: 
Lila Koets, Jane Herman, Arlene Nies, Deborah Imle, Evelyn Bartenstein, Allan Brown, Thomas Farr, Ian Thomas, Edward Meyer, Karen 
Hardy, Barbara Britton, Marjorie McPherson, Barbara Kennedy, Gloria Campbell. BOTTOM ROW: Diane Haas, accompanist; Richard 
Bloesch, conductor; Jameson Marvin, conductor. 



University Chorus Divides; Women's Ensemble Is Formed 



This year's University Chorus was under the direction of Richard Bloesch. 

It consisted of eighty students, many of whom were not 

music majors. By practicing in the Chorus, these young men and 

women gained valuable training and experience in using their voices. Because there were 

so many girls who comprised University Chorus a separate group, called the Women's Ensemble, 

was formed. This ensemble was composed of twenty girls under the direction 

of Jameson Marvin, and it is gaining renown as a 

distinct group from the Chorus. Several times during the past year 

these two groups got together and gave each other 

a concert. Refreshments were provided and a good time was had by all. 

Often, too, the groups would exchange directors, adding variety to the course. 

The University Chorus and the Women's Ensemble gave two major performances 

this year. The first one was a Christmas Concert given at the Assembly Hall in combination with 

the Men's and Women's Girl Clubs; the second was in the spring. 

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Directed by Professor Bernard Goodman, 

the University of Illinois Symphony 

Orchestra again displayed 

a concert season of outstanding excellence and 

superiority. The Orchestra, which 

is composed of students 

who have proven their proficiency 

in the field of music, was selected by the State 

Department to tour South America in 1964. 

The 1965-66 season included 

a performance for the Music Educators National 

Convention and a concert on campus. 




Bernard Goodman, conductor. 



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worth, Lynn Newton. TUBA: Michael Russell. TIMPANI: William Youhass. PERCUSSION: Michael Rosen, Joseph [nman, Eileen llarson. 
HARP: Barbara SkuUy. PIANO: Elizabeth Mruk. 

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CLARINETS: Allen Lappin, Harvey Hermann, Michael Faulhaber, Robert Williams, Darlene Ferrantino, Margaret Bryant, Martin Mann, 
Karen McLaughlin, Charles Martin, Phillip Weinberg, Wesley Habley, Lynne Russell, Don Gotten, George Pagels, Harold Mulderink, Terrence 
Monteith, Dorothy Briscoe, David Barton, Susan Glover, Robert Summerer, Catherine Tarrant, William Feldman, Daniel Albano, Janet Paitl, 
William Black, Miles Smith, James Young, Jack Tuttle, Virginia Rice, Larry Greep, Gregory Summers. BASS CLARINETS: Marian Pepper, 
Robert Webb, Wesley Schumacher, William Waller, Roger Lueck, Orin Ireland. CONTRABASS CLARINETS: Charles Bowman, James 
Manuell, Virginia Stitt. STRING BASSES: Grace Sexton, Robert Moreen. PIANO AND CELESTE: David Durand. HARP: John Gearhart. 
FLUTES AND PICCOLOS: Jill Shires, John Fenley, James Phillips, Barbara Allen, Suzanne Veach, Kathryn O'Connor, Elaine Zeiger, Arthur 
Reblitz, David Durand, Jacqueline Engel, Margaret Tuchel, Kay Kisinger, Anne Tolan, Catherine Sherwin, James LeGrand, Susan Jaeger, 
Linda Bibb, Blanche Johnson, Christina Martin, Mary Pond. OBOES AND ENGLISH HORN: Marc Fink, Steven Gordon, Carl Amerlan, 
David Wallace. BASSOONS AND CONTRABASSOON: Nancy Hampton, Howard Amerlan, Linda Blackwood, Albert Asch. SAXOPHONES: 
Cheryl Watson, Roger Reichmuth, Terry Lepper, Claude Sigmon. HORNS: James Keays, Glen Fairchild, Alfred Blatter, Glen Anderson, James 
Cato, Thomas Clapp, Thomas Roberson, Gregory Davis. CORNETS: Alvin Lowrey, Dalvin Boone, Gerald Makeever, Kenneth Ferrantino, 
Delmar Banner, George Kuhns, James Shugert, Janet Barksdale, Raymond Johnston, Lester Rhodes, Raymond Fairchild, Kenneth Dodds. 
TR LIMPETS: Richard Jorgensen, Jerry Tessin, Phil Parsons, Thomas Connely. TROMBONES: Gerald Grose, David Sporny, Frank Harmantas, 
William Duckworth, John Sexton, Jeffrey Williams, Douglas Lemmon, Peter Ogilvie, Lennard Paulsen, Phillip Kasik. EUPHONIUMS: Gary 
Shumaker, Louis Angoli, Robert Jorgensen, Harold Phillips, Michael Mamminga. TUBAS: Howard Bowlin, James Paul, Thomas Lyckberg, 
Michael Russell, Kent Campbell, Richard Helm. TIMPANI: James Stutsman. PERCUSSION: Joseph Inman, Fred Combs, John Schoenberger, 
John Rogers, Dennis Melhouse. 

Concert Band Gains Campus and National Acclaim 



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Seventy-six years of success 

have made the University of Illinois Concert Band 
nearly legendary on campus, state, 
and national levels. Last year marked the Con- 
cert Band's Diamond Anniversary, 
and this year it again scheduled both January 
and April concerts. Under 
the direction of Mark Hindsley, who 
attempted to present a new approach in concert 
music, the band played selections such as 
Shostakovich's "Festive Overture," 
Bach's "Dionysia," and Jager's "Second Suite." 



Mark Hindsley, conductor. 



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FLUTES: Vera Reynolds, Carol Hanscom, Lyn Saracino, Esther Ettinger, Elsa Beuk, Jeffrey Simmons, Gloria Whitney, Roberta Huber, Ellen 
DeChicio, Carolyn Brock, Virignia Fisher, Katherine Clark. OBOES: Deborah Fawcett, Cleve Fenley, David Mamminga, Janet Thompson, 
Deidra Overman. ENGLISH HORN: Deidra Ovelman. BASSOONS: John Patton, Terence Hammer, William Taylor. CLARINETS: Milford 
Wolpoff, Margene Kirkwood, Charles Smiley, Cheryl Blumberg, Mary Ross, Michael Bielski, Ronald Tutt, Amy Kunz, John Koenig, Joan 
Sroka, Barbara Farrar, Linda Magel, Carol Vincent, Ellen Look, Gary Nelson, Kenneth Freer, Deborah Ashbrook, Adrienne Angone, James 
Stevens, Ruth Sommerlield, Kathryn Schlaf, Rita Politzer, Kent Lichfield, Joseph Barfuss. BASS CLARINETS: Sara Soder, James Linder, 
Emmert Clevenstine. ALTO SAXOPHONES: Jacqueline Davis, Sammy Kicks, Larry Dittmer, Raymond Younger. TENOR SAXOPHONE: 
Roger Ray. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: James Hopwood. CORNETS: Frederic Mortiz, Alan Nelson, Michael Fagan, Fary Fladmoe, Gerald 
Theobald, Robert Chase, Alan Bilyeu, James Hatfield, Phillip Limbacher, David Toth. TRUMPETS: Gary Kleiber, Thomas Balma, Joseph 
Liss, Barry B.-sson. HORNS: Donald Hlousek, Michael Brickey, Melita Zahradka, William Winter, Ellen Klocke, Nancy Schaeffer, Tedd Runge, 
Dennis Durbin, John Schill. TROMBONES: Richard Rous h, James Ryan, Ronald Selle, David Jontes, Richard Foss, Donald Greeley, David 
Kibbey, George Bass, David Myrow. BARITONES: Thomas Leming, Peter Vallandigham, James Stovall. TUBAS: David Peterson, Leland 
Herzberger, Harold Drake, Jerry Sweeney, David Houser. PERCUSSION: Richard Banholzer, Donald Huntley, Charles Opela, Robert Rosen, 
Timothy Theesfeld. 

First Regimental Band's Spring Concerts Entertain Illini 

About 100 musicians constitute 

the First Regimental Band, a select group 

second only to the Concert Band, which meets 

three hours each week to practice for 

concerts and programs. Some 

of these include their Formal and Twilight 

Concerts in the spring, their matinee 

performance for MRH, and their participation at 

Honors Day. In addition, 

the male members make up the core of 

the Illini Marching Band which 

plays during football games. 




Everett Kisinger, conductor. 



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Guy Duker, conductor. 



The Second Regimental Band this 

year performed at the Twelfth Annual Festival 

of Concert Band Music on January 14-15 

and for various Twilight Concerts. Members of 

the band are chosen through auditions 

held each semester and daily during the summer. 

A person's ability to play effectively 

will determine whether he 

will be chosen for the band. 



Second Regimental Band Performs for University Students 



SECTION A: FLUTES: Karen Hafenrichter, Cynthia Rudin, Chandler Parkay, William Veatch, Louisa Choules, Roger Puta, Ronald Iwansk, 
Carol Merhar, Dinah Dyal. OBOES: Jacalyn Jones, Marilyn Brewick, Beverly Briggs. BASSOON: Judith McNary. CLARINETS: Michael 
Harrison, Thomas Anderson, Carol Nesheim, Gordon Fuchs, Jon Lindstrom, Richard Beaty, Jeffrey Gurga, Frederick Speltz, David Wojtowicz. 
BASS CLARINET: Richard Bradley. ALTO SAXOPHONES: Nancy Bush, Mark Gillen, Paul Williams, Gary Carr. TENOR SAXOPHONE: 
Robert Pritchard. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Alan Schramm. CORNETS: Bruce Meyer, Kenneth Krejci, Howard Farkash, Ralph Stern, 
William Pfingsten, Richard Jones, Gary Everhart, Richard Wax, James Stouffer. TRUMPETS: David Johnson, Malcolm MacKenzie. HORNS: 
Judith Johnson, Dennis Pessis, Stuart Wilson. TROMBONES: Donald Powell, Katherine Harsh, Gerald Martin, Linda Doolen, Richard Nie- 
mann, William Davisson, James Hadley. BARITONES: Arlene Jacobson, Norman Schmidt, Fredrick Fahlsing, John Croft, David Alexander 
TUBAS: Stephen Maack, Joseph Hopkins, Terry Imig, Allen Seevers. PERCUSSION: Richard Bogren, Carol McEvers, Roger Zmrhal. SEC- 
TION B: FLUTES: Sue Wich, Judith Schettler, Carol Kreider, Peggy Svoboda, William Irons, Susan Larson, Carol Purdy, Alonda Belpulsi. 
OBOES: Nancy Fredrickson, Beth Berg. BASSOONS: Harold Kaller, Claude Stewart. CLARINETS: Louis Alster, Edith Barnard, Elizabeth 
Kuehn, Nancy Cullen, Stephen Manrose, Linda Meade, Vincent Conforti, John Gregg, Grace Ayanoglou, Elizabeth Ballance, Stephen McCarty, 
Arthur Reblitz. BASS CLARINET: Jo Anne Bowen. ALTO SAXOPHONES: Jack Sharp, Owen Autry, Kenneth Mauro, William Davis, 
John Meyer. TENOR SAXOPHONE: Jay Rosellini. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Joseph Rank. CORNETS: Michael Krone, William Foss, 
Matti Harm, Laura Christensen, Robert Ash, Michael Young, Russell Pond, Thomas Crane, Michael Konarski, Penny Koch, Ralph Nicksarlian. 
TRUMPETS: James Marcum, John Stewart. HORNS: Paul Vallandigham, Etha Broom, Robert Martin, Sally Northcraft, George Kwain, 
Mary Clevenstine, Thomas Brock, Byron Wilson. TROMBONES: Terry Roszhart, John Keiser, Joseph Ream, Gary Simpson, Roy Johnson, 
Gregory Bates, David Bangtson, Edward Griffin. BARITONES: Thomas Ranson, Richard Pass, Clarke Schumacher. TUBAS: Thomas Custis, 
Richard Sherwood, Eric Giebelhausen, Robert Clemans. PERCUSSIONS: Alan Goldberg, Susan Hayward, Roy Mann, Richard Preston. 




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TOP ROW: Eugene Bernstein, Robert Smoller, Leslie Schwarz. BOTTOM 
ROW: Marilyn Buck, Patricia Rabbe, Pamela Slimering, Phyllis Czyzewski. 



Campus Chest Charlie, the heart of the drive. 



Campus Chest Charlie Symbolizes Annual Fund Drives 




COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN TOP ROW: David Warford, Charles Laver, Arthur Walter, Jacqueline Weinberg. THIRD ROW: Betty Mitchell, 

Nancy Burnett. SECOND ROW: Gerald Lester, James Mueller. BOTTOM ROW: June Bartow, Janice Markert, Rcnee Herscll, I, vie l'lulipson. 
Holly Harden. NOT IN PANEL: Hugh Forbes. 



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EXECUTIVE BOARD— TOP ROW: Mr. Howard Coquelin, advisor; Robert Smoller, Leslie Schwarz, James Mueller, Eugene Bernstein, Mr. 
Louis Liay, advisor. BOTTOM ROW: Phyllis Czyzewski, Patricia Rabbe, Pamela Siemering, Marian Hull, Marilyn Buck, Dean Jean Hill. 
NOT IN PANEL: Peter Heusen. 



University Activity Supports Many Charities 



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Campus Chest is an aggregate charity that 
co-ordinates various fund drives into one annual 
drive. This enables the student 
body to take a more active part in the support of 
local, national, and international charities. 
The Heart Fund, Cancer Fund, and 
University Scholarship Fund are only a few 
charities receiving money. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Ilissa Fagel, Sharon Ponder, Suzanne Seavey. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Guimont, Sue Sordell, Sandra Hubatka, 
Suzanne Seavey. 

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The Illinois sports scene was one of both 
surprises and disappointments this year. Char- 
acterized by great individual achievements, Illi- 
nois teams often failed in the big games which 
could have pushed them to the top. 

A notable example was Harry Coombes' bas- 
ketball team. Led by record breaking scoring 
by Don Freeman and by the outstanding play of 
Rich Jones and Jim Dawson, the Coombesmen 
had little trouble with top teams Michigan and 
Iowa, but could not seem to find the range 
against cellar teams Purdue and Indiana. Incon- 
sistent throughout the season, the Illini finished 
third in a strong Big Ten Conference. 



Another disappointment lay with the baseball 
team. Recovering splendidly from a last place 
finish in 1964, Coach Eilbracht's squad faltered 
on the final weekend of the season, losing the 
game to Purdue, and with it, a chance for the 
conference crown. Again one man led the way 
as sophomore Ken Holtzman pitched the team to 
a fifth place conference finish. 

Other Illini athletic teams floundered through 
mediocre seasons. One team, however, came 
away with a sixth consecutive conference title. 
Roger Garrett and Captain John Tocks helped 
Coach Mac Garrett's fencers to Illinois' only 
conference championship of the year. 




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Football practice begins 
early at Illinois — in the middle of 
the baseball season. 
Spring is the time to stretch and 
strain those unused 
muscles and to get into some 
semblance of top physical 
fitness. And then 
all those play books must 
be memorized again. Kicking 
and the other funda- 
mentals have to be learned all 
over, and then, finally, 
scrimmages can be 
run. Among all those fellows 
in unnumbered jerseys, 
some may become 
football players next fall. 




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FRED HARMS AND Dale Greco bust in to nail Unverferth for a loss. 



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The season opened badly for the Illini 

and soon got worse. After dropping a close 

12-10 decision to Oregon State, they romped over Southern 

Methcdist 42-0, only to fall in quick succession to 

Michigan State and Ohio State. Hampered 

by inexperience, and at times dazzled 

by the slick play of All- American Paul 

Brothers, the Fighting Illini lost their opener, chiefly 

through their own mistakes. With thirteen sophomores 

and nine non-lettermen on the roster, Pete 

Elliott's squad simply could not 

contain the Beaver ground game, nor 

could they capitalize on three recovered fumbles. 

In the second game of the season, everything clicked 

and it was a rout over SMU. Fred Custardo tossed 

for three touchdown passes, two of them to sophomore 

John Wright for 64 and 51 yards. 

The next two games proved disastrous. 

After holding Michigan State for almost three 

quarters the Illini lost first Don Hansen, then the game, 

by a 22-12 margin. In the fourth game of the 

season the Buckeyes of Ohio State 

destroyed a much-demoralized 

Illini squad 28-14. It marked the sixth 

straight season the Illini have been unable to beat OSU. 



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Tllini Please Home Crowd 



In a mixed season, the football fortunes 

of the Fighting Illini took a definite 

upswing with successive victories 

over Duke and Indiana. 

In a game marked by chill winds and 

Duke fumbles, Callie Pinder's breakaway speed 

proved decisive as the Illini posted their 

third victory to even their season 

record. Pinder raced eighty 

yards for one touchdown and Fred 

Custardo scored another, his first of the season, 

on a seven yeard plunge. The Blue Devils 

were plagued by three lost fumbles and three Illini 

interceptions. Two of the miscues led directly 

to Illinois scores. The 1965 Homecoming 

game was a romp, with both Illinois 

and Jim Grabowski running 

over Indiana by a 34-13 margin. The 

senior fullback carried thirty times for 186 yards, 

breaking the forty year career 

rushing mark of Red Grange in the process. 

The Illini seemed finally to have jelled as a team. 




FRED CUSTARDO AND Ron Bess set up the deadly quarterback option play. 




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BILL HARPER AND Ken Kmiec team to stop Lou Sims for a loss. 




ALL-AMERICAN JIM Grabowski is met by a swarm of Purdue tacklers. 



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BATCHELDER SPRINTS FOR a T.D. after making his steal from Griese. 



CUSTARDO BOOTS A point after in the Illini rampage against Purdue. 




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Pete Elliott's inconsistent juggernaut 
climaxed the '65 season with 
a reverberating shutout victory over 
top-ranked Purdue. Millions of armchair 
quarterbacks watched Bo Batchelder and 
company maul Purdue 21-0. 
Bo earned the Lineman of the Week 
Award by intercepting two passes, recovering 
a fumble, and stealing the ball from 
Griese's hands for a 55-yard gallop. 
Grabowski scored the initial 
touchdown and broke the Big Ten 
three year rushing record 
in addition to passing Tommy 
O'Connell's 1951-52 total offense record. 
Sophomore John Wright teamed up with 
Custardo to account for the 
other two scores. Although Grabowski 
and Batchelder were standouts in the 
upset, Coach Elliott described the 
victory as the "greatest effort 
of any team with which I've been connected." 

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Though the Fighting Illini ended 
their home season with a 23-3 loss to 
Michigan, they rounded out a 
winning campaign with two convincing 
victories over Wisconsin and Northwestern. 
The Illini scored quickly against 
Michigan as Fred Custardo 
booted a seven yard field goal. However, 
unable to stop Michigan's Carl Ward, 
the Illini lost a seventh successive time to 
Coach Pete Elliott's brother Bump. 
Rebounding against a hapless Wisconsin 
defense, the Grabowski-led 
Illini ripped the Badgers for a 51-0 
victory. The Illini capitalized on seven turn- 
overs, and Grabo carried for 198 yards. 
Grabowski again led the Illini in their 
20-6 final win over Northwestern. Grabo 
added 186 yards, passing the 
Big Ten mark for single season yardage. 



END CRAIG TIMKO is stopped after grabbing a short pass. 




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The Illinf s Chief 



Fred Cash, better known as Chief 
Illiniwek, played a double role this year. In 
addition to his position as the Illini's 
Chief, Fred was also a 

member of the football team. Consequently, 
this required that he change outfits 
often. Fred left just before 
the end of the half to go to the locker room 
where he then donned his Chief 
Illiniwek outfit and applied his war paint. 
Later, he made his surprise 
appearance from amidst the ranks of 
the marching band, dancing- 
down the field to the wild cheers 
of the fans. Embodying the spirit of all 
Illini, the Chief creates a level of 
spirit missing at most college football games. 



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No team losing great basketball players 
like Thoren, Brody, and Redmon, can hope to 
replace them in a day, or even in one season. 
The early part of the campaign found Coach 
Harry Combes juggling lineups in an effort 
to discover a consistently winning combination 
which could subdue other Big Ten power- 
houses. It was this first-line inexperience which 
hampered the Illini's success. 



Led by the record breaking scoring of team 
captain Don Freeman and the fine play of 
sophomore Rich Jones, Illinois experienced 
success and disappointment. Opening at home, 
the cagers stung Butler 88-74, but looked very 
ragged doing it. Although Combes could not 
find a fourth and fifth man to complete his 
first five, Jim Dawson emerged as an outside 
shooter and a consistent scoring threat. 



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TOP ROW: Carolyn Newton, Molly McNamara, Dawn Sayre, captain; Vicki Auer, Cheryl Crabtree. BOTTOM ROW: Judy Larson, Connie 
Fouts, Maggie Panella, Margie Burke. 





RICH JONES ADDS needed rebounding strength to the Illini attack. 



VICKI AUER LEADS Illinois fans in a cheer. 



Win Some; Lose Some 

The hardest thing for a young 

and inexperienced team to do is to win 

on the road. Faced with a tough 

early schedule, the Fighting 

Illini dropped two decisions on 

the same weekend. They lost 109-98 to Brigham 

Young, then were tripped 87-79 by UCLA. As if 

these two encounters weren't enough, Illinois 

returned home to face Kentucky, the number 

one team in the nation. The Illini 

lost 86-68. Having taken its lumps from 

the best, a chastened Illinois 

squad thumped West Virginia 96-86 

and an unwary Wisconsin team 90-70, 

bringing its season record to 3-3. But just as the 

Illini started to jell, they reverted to 

previous form and dropped a 

mistake filled 84-81 decision to Princeton. 

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SPIRITED CONNIE FOUTS leads an enthusiastic cheer in the Assembly Hall. 




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CLOUDS OVER THE Assembly Hall foreshadow Illini fortunes too much of the time. 





PRESTON PEARSON SQJ EEZES around an Indiana player for a layup. 



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DEJECTED FANS LEAVE Assembly Hall after an Illini loss. 



Illini Stung by Cellar Dwellers 



The weeks following the nationally- 
prominent upset of Big Ten leader Michigan 
brought into sharp focus the problems that plagued 
the Illini during the 1965-66 season. 
Inconsistency struck again as the Illini 
won a shaky victory over Ohio State by 
one point and then lost similar 
contests to Northwestern 80-77 and 
Indiana 81-77. The cager's reliance upon 
Don Freeman seemed to be at the 
bottom of the problem. When Don was a 
little inconsistent, the team ceased to function in a 
coordinated manner. Freeman's bout with the 
stomach flu led to the instability that 
spelled disaster for the young Illini squad. 

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big points. 



EVEN THE REFEREE may have trouble untangling this confusion. 



Close But Not Quite 



Illinois basketball ventures started 

erratically and, unfortunately, finished the same 

way. Coming off their exceptional 

performance against Minnesota, 

the Illini bowed to the eventual 

second place Michigan State squad 68-66 and then lost a 

rematch to Minnesota 94-92. 

The sometimes down but never 

out attitude prevailed as Purdue fell 98-81 with 

sophomore Rich Jones getting 30 points. 

The following Saturday the squad 

put out one of their finest performances 

of the season, thumping a strong 

Iowa team 106-90 with Don Freeman contributing 32 

points. The 1965-66 Illini wound up at 12-12; but 

Rich Jones, Ron Dunlap, and Jim Dawson 

will return to spark a strong team. 



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A sophomore dominated baseball 
squad came within a weekend of cap- 
turing the Big Ten 
title last spring. On the last weekend 
of the season the Illini dumped 
Purdue 3-1 behind Ken Holtzman's two 
hitter only to have a Michigan State 
victory on the same day elim- 
inate them from a share of the title. 

It was a comeback season 

for Coach Lee Eibracht's team after 

finishing with a 1-14 mark 

in the Big Ten the previous season. 

Illinois ended with an 8-6 conference 

mark, an overall 14-9 record, 

and were only 3J/? games 

behind the champion Ohio State team. 

Particularly encouraging was the 

fine all round play of 

sophomore pitchers Ken Holtzman and 

Art Allen. Also impressive in their 

rookie seasons were infielders 

Danny Humay, Jerry Szukala, Al 

Waters, and Bill Schlueter. 




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Baseball '65, Illini style, 

was marked by hustle and more hustle. 

Like any ball team they ran the bases, 

ran for fly balls, and just ran. 

Nothing could stop our boys, except maybe 

rain and occasionally the other team. 

Last year was a building year, 

and build we did, combining some fine 

sophomore talent with established 

men like Jim Vopicka and Trenton Jackson. 

Like any team that did not make the top, 

we can say wait until next year. 

But with our team we can hardly wait. 



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The 1964-65 track season, 

the last for twenty-eight year 

veteran Leo Johnson who retired at 

the end of the season, was a mediocre 

one for the Illini. There were 

only two bright spots in the 

indoor season. One was the :06.1 sixty 

yard dash turned in by Trenton 

Jackson in the NCAA championships 

and the other was the great 

job done by the mile relay team at the 

Big Ten meet in the Armory March 6. 

Their time of 3:15.2 was the 

best for the Big Ten indoor season. 

The outdoor season was, due 

to injuries and the loss of Trenton 

Jackson to baseball, a frustrating one. 

In the Big Ten meet at Iowa, 

however, Bogie Redmon tossed the 

discus 167 ft. 3/2 in. for the Big 

Ten title and a new Iowa field record. 

Bill Hartman and Foster Travis 

also showed well in the meet. 




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No Place to Go But Up 



The Ulini linksmen under Coach Ralph 
Fletcher had a dismal season, finishing 
tenth in the Big Ten. Holding down top 
spot on the Illinois team was sophomore 
Tom Parkhill, banging out an average of 
78.6 clouts per loop. Sophomore Dennis 
Cashman took second position, averaging 
80 strokes per round. Closing out their 
final season with the Illini were seniors 
Bob Goulding, captain Charles Kohr, Lee 
Newell, and Joe Hurst. Hope for the 
'66 season revolves about a nucleus of 
seasoned sophomores including Steve 
Nester and John Fleming. 






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Although it was his first 
season of big time college coaching, 
Bob Lansford brought the 
Illini netmen to a respectable fifth place 
position in the Big Ten. Leading 
his Illini attack was Captain Tom Bauer, 
who played in the number one 
position on the squad. 
He was backed by two hard-hitting- 
sophomores, Jerry Johnson and Jim Dawson. 
Even though the Illini netters placed no 
one in the conference meet finals at 
Indiana, the final season statistics 
revealed a creditable won-loss 
record of 9-4. With so 
many outstanding players back to 
spark the squad, the building Illini are looking 
ahead and hoping to gain extensive ground 
in reaching the top division crown next year. 



THE PAUSE THAT refreshes! 



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Pinned by ill fortune 

and taken down by a rugged schedule, 

the Illini matmen suffered 

through a long, long 65-66 season, 

a season replete with injuries, 

bad breaks, and more than a few 

competitive setbacks. 

If nothing else, Coach Patterson's 

wrestlers learned the art of losing 

gracefully. Two of the bright 

spots in an otherwise dull season 

were little Al McCullen, 

wrestling in the 130 weight class, 

and at 137, team captain Fred Aprati. 



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The absence of NCAA champion 

Craig Bell from the fencing team 

was felt by Mac Garret's fencers this 

year; but despite this fact, 

they managed to win the conference 

championship for the sixth 

year in a row. Though 

not showing well during the season, 

the team won the Big Ten Meet. 

There were several particularly 

bright spots for the Illini. Captain John 

Tocks and Ron Aufrecht 

in foil and Roger Garret in epee were 

outstanding all season. 



ILLINOIS FENCER PARRIES opponent and scores a touch in an epee match. 




LAST YEAR'S NCAA champion Craig Bell watches with approval at a practice match between two young Illini fencers. 



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Coach Al Klingel is not used 

to losing more than he wins as his 

record of ten out of twelve 

winning seasons attests. The two losing 

seasons, however, occurred the past 

two years. Thus unhappy Coach 

Klingel's goal this year 

was to regain his winning stride. His 

tankmen led by Bob Bachman 

in the freestyle and Dave 

Florio in the sprints, rewarded him 

handsomely for his efforts 

as they went into the last 

four meets leading the conference. And 

with no graduating seniors, next 

year looks even better. 



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The Illinois gymnastics team dominated 

the Big Ten almost from habit 

throughout the fifties, winning 

championships from 1950 to 1960 — 

eleven consecutive years. 

During that span they also won four 

national titles. This year's gymnastics 

squad, rebounding from a poor 

showing last season, 

made definite strides toward regaining 

their former supremacy. 

Undefeated through the half of the 

season, they were strong contenders 

for another Big Ten title. 

Gymnastics, which stresses strength, 

co-ordination, and timing to a higher 

degree than almost any 

other competitive sport, 

is basically a test of individual 

performances. There are seven 

gymnastic events, including 

the trampoline, rings, the parallel bars, 

the horizontal bar, vaulting, floor 

exercises, and the side horse. 

Points are awarded for routines in 

each of these events. Some gymnasts 

outstanding this year were team 

captain Bill Silhan, Harold Shaw, and 

Hargo Rollo. Also making great 

contributions were John Eliason and 

freshman Gary Holveck. 





Something for Everyone 



What intra-mural sports may lack 

in skill and finesse is more 

than balanced by the enthusiasm 

and effort put out by all the players. 

I-M football and basketball, 

both utilizing the same basic 

techniques of playing, draw the biggest 

interest and participation, 

but water polo, volleyball, and an annual 

track meet also highlight 

the sports scene. 



IT'S A WET, wet world in intramural water polo. 





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Butkus Repeats as Athlete of the Year 



Dick Butkus continued the Illini tradition of 
excellence as he became the third athlete in Il- 
linois history to win the Athlete of the Year 
title two years in a row. This year Butkus 
completed the first phase of his hopefully long 
and successful career with the Chicago Bears 
of the National Football League. As a rookie he 
became a super star and made the NFL All- 
Star Team as middle linebacker. Butkus was 
a standout among varsity athletes. 

Clayton Beattie enjoyed a three year unde- 
feated record in dual meet competition and a 

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1964 Big Ten second place title. Craig Bell 
was the 1965 AOY runner-up and added a Big- 
Ten championship title and an NCAA runner-up 
title in saber competition to a '63 second place in 
the Big Ten and to a '64 NCAA championship. 
Rich Callaghan became the fourth man to win 
nine letters and was one of Illinois' greatest 
all-around athletes. Skip Thoren followed many 
Illini cage immortals. Skip set a conference 
record with his .560 shooting percentage and 
was elected the squad's most valuable player 
for two consecutive years. 



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TOP ROW: Head Coach Pete Elliott, Assistant Coach Burt Ingwersen, Freshman Coach Jim Brown, Assistant Coach Gene Stauber, Assistant 
Coach Bill Taylor, Assistant Coach Jack Hart, Assistant Coach Bob Herndon, Assistant Coach Lou Baker, Assistant Coach Buck McPhail. FIFTH 
ROW: Walter Maksym, Edward Kasprowicz, David Tomasula, Samuel Stancik, Willis Fields, John Klickna, Raymond Bateman, Richard Stone, 
James Marinangel, William Allen, Frederick Cash, John Davis, Willard Radell. FOURTH ROW: Larry Jordan, Cyril Pinder, Craig Timko' 
Donald Harford, Gerald Schmidt, Glen Noren, Glen Allie, Richard Erickson, Fredrick Harms, Kenneth Kmiec, Dean Volkman, Richard Londo, 
Alan Cookerly. THIRD ROW: James Hoffman, Phillip Knell, William Harper, Gerald Carbonari, John Wright, Jay Walters, Thomas Haeflinger, 
Ronald Bess, Robert Miller, Richard Tate, Maurice Smith, Eddie Russell, Daniel Humay. SECOND ROW: Ronald Guenther, Thomas Smith, 
Delmar Kuchaes, Charles Galbreath, Robert Batchelder, Alan Waters, James Stotz, Richard Stotz, Joel Stellwagen, Walter Kummerow, John 
Robertson, Michael Renfrew, Bruce Sullivan. BOTTOM ROW: Trenton Jackson, Samuel Price, Moscowite Kee, Dale Greco, Gary Eickman, 
Fred Custardo, Co-Captain Donald Hansen, Co-Captain James Grabowski, Ronald Acks, Kai Anderson, Stephen Kimbell, Leo Walsh, Robert 
Petkus. 



Football 



Basketball 



TOP ROW: Assistant Coach Howard Braun, James Dawson, Gregory Wright, Preston Pearson, Benjamin Louis, Daniel Lee, Robert Brown, 
Gerald Mettille, Larry Hinton, Michael Graville, Coach Harry Combes. BOTTOM ROW: John Prescott, Deon Flessner, Ronald Dunlap, Richard 
Jones, Captain Donald Freeman, Richard Crusius, Robert Johansen, Manager Dale Eckerty. 




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TOP ROW: Manager Gary Rasmussen, Captain Ronald Maurer, Phillip Mappa, Gerald Szukala, Norman Schlueter, Kenneth Holtzman, 
Frederick Klemm, David Crouse, Michael Peterson. SECOND ROW: James Reed, Robert Johansen, Raymond Kasper, Michael Rodgerson, 
Coach Lee Eilbracht, Al Waters, David Ryniec, Richard Callaghan, James Vopicka. BOTTOM ROW: Willard Groth, Bruce Allen, Daniel 
Humay, Pauch Kock, Trenton Jackson. 



Baseball 



Track 



TOP ROW: Donald Harford, Rowland Hall, James Maclntyre, James Norton, Richard Davies, William Gerrish. SECOND ROW: Assistant 
Coach Jim Peterson, James Enck, Jan Bridges, Richard Stone, Jeffery Lundeen, Fritz Goretzke, Robert Mullen, Foster Travis, Assistant Coach 
Allen Carius. BOTTOM ROW: Coach Leo Johnson, Randall Burlison, William Hartman, Gilwyn Williams, George Redmon, David Becker, 
Thomas Koenig, John Lally, Trainer Harold Blackwell. 




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TOP ROW: Coach Ralph Fletcher, Robert Goulding, Captain Charles Kohr, Joseph Hurst, Warren Newell. BOTTOM ROW: John Fleming, 
Thomas Parkhill, Dennis Cashman, Steven Nestor. 



Golf 



Tennis 



TOP ROW: Manager Roger Garret, Coach Bob Shineflug, Coach Bob Lansford, William Hall, Captain Thomas Bauer, Assistant Coach Jim 
Riley. BOTTOM ROW: James Dawson, Steven Simons, Jerry Johnson, Robert Lewke, Fredric Wurtzel. 




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TOP ROW: Coach B.R. Patterson, Bruce Burns, Lawrence Watts, Barton Macomber, Roger May, Walter Kummerow, Terrence Witt, Assistant 
Coach Robert Case. BOTTOM ROW: Don Kahon, Robert Loffredo, Capt. Frederick Aprati, Albert McCullum, Dan Jeffery, Stanton Stitzel. 



Wrestling 



Fencing 



TOP ROW: Arthur Hillman, David Brewer, Richard Lynch, Charles Harter, Roger Garret, Stephen Hartman, James Goodwin. SECOND 
ROW: Assistant Coach Art Schankin, David White, David Evans, Robert Wolfson, Stephen Kniss, Thomas Habley, Manager Harold Pertile. 
BOTTOM ROW: Michael Vitoux, Captain John Tocks, Coach M. R. Garret, Ronald Aufrecht, Machael Schroeder. 





TOP ROW: Robert Lefler, Michael Edwards, Paul Beaty, Richard Anderson, Richard Cashmore. THIRD ROW: Coach Al Klingel, Gary Marine, 
Arthur Stark, Kenneth Simpson, Darryle Anderson, Kermith Werremeyer, Assistant Coach Dick Sloan. SECOND ROW: Thomas Sawicki, 
Peter Bates, David Florio, Captain Robert Bachman, Alan Castator, Kenneth Trigger, Charles Boyce. BOTTOM ROW: John Reising, Vernon 
Tock, Edward Schulze, Michael Peterson, David Dickey, Richard Legue, Dwayne Griffin. 



Swimming 



Gymnastics 



TOP ROW: Harger Rollo, William Silhan, Charles Weber, Marvin Blustein, Robert Reed, Robert Broome, John Eliason, Randall Brown, 
Harold Shaw, Ronald Bauer, Paul Shapin, Victor Sanchez, John O'Hare, Gary Tennison, Dean Calhoun. BOTTOM ROW: Coach Charles 
Pond, Assistant Coacl^Dan Jarrett, Assistant Coach Jamile Ashmore. 



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66 


Illinois 


92 


Illinois 


98 


Illinois 


106 


Illinois 


76 


BIG TEN 




STANDINGS 




Michigan 




Michigan State 




ILLINOIS 




Iowa 




Minnesota 




Northwestern 




Wisconsin 




Ohio State 




Indiana 




Purdue 





Brigham Young 


109 


UCLA 


97 


Kentucky 


86 


West Virginia 


86 


Wisconsin 


70 


Princeton 


84 


Georgetown 


94 


Providence 


81 


Army 


78 


Indiana 


84 


Wisconsin 


64 


Purdue 


93 


Notre Dame 


92 


Michigan 


93 


Ohio State 


77 


Northwestern 


80 


Indiana 


81 


Minnesota 


89 


Michigan State 


68 


Minnesota 


94 


Purdue 


81 


Iowa 


90 


Northwestern 


84 


W 


L 


11 


3 


10 


4 


8 


6 


8 


6 


7 


7 


7 


7 


6 


8 


5 


9 


4 


10 


4 


10 







FENCING 




Illinois 


11 


Wayne State 


16 


Illinois 


20 


Kansas 


7 


Illinois 


13 


Air Force Academy 


14 


Illinois 


12 


Princeton 


15 


Illinois 


18 


Brooklyn 


9 


Illinois 


7 


Columbia 


20 


Illinois 


16 


Michigan State 


11 


Illinois 


20 


Chicago 


7 


Illinois 


21 


Indiana 


6 


Illinois 


12 


Ohio State 


15 


Illinois 


16 


Detroit 


11 


Illinois 


17 


Iowa 


10 


Illinois 


12 


Wisconsin 


15 


Illinois 


12 


Notre Dame 


15 


BIG TEN MEET 






ILLINOIS 




26 




Iowa 




23 




Michigan State 




22 




Wisconsin 




20 




Ohio State 




14 





GYMNASTICS 



Illinois 


182.20 




Indiana State 


143.40 


Illinois 


184.95 




Indiana 


167.10 


Illinois 


187.60 




Minnesota 


173.40 


Illinois 


182.95 




Wisconsin 


173.55 


Illinois 


188.95 




Ohio State 


163.50 


Illinois 


190.05 




Michigan 


191.30 


Illinois 


184.00 




Michigan State 


192.45 


Illinois 


185.60 




Iowa 


182.95 


BIG TEN MEET 








Michigan 




22 


Minnesota 


10 


Michigan State 


21 


Wisconsin 


9 


ILLINOIS 




17 


Indiana 


5 


Iowa 




14 


Ohio State 


2 



SWIMMING 



Illinois 


64 


Eastern Michigan 


31 


Illinois 


79 


Northern Illinois 


16 


Illinois 


70 


Illinois State 


25 


Illinois 


68 


Purdue 


37 


Illinois 


38 


Michigan State 


73 


Illinois 


70 y 2 


Purdue 


31^2 


Illinois 


56 


Notre Dame 


39 


Illinois 


82 


Wayne State 


13 


Illinois 


50 


New Mexico 


44 


Illinois 


37 


Ohio State 


68 


Illinois 


52 


Ohio University 


43 


Illinois 


39 


Iowa 


62 


Illinois 


66 


Evans ville 


29 


Illinois 


37 


Wisconsin 


62 


Illinois 


38 


Northwestern 


67 


BIG TEN MEET 






Indiana 


471 


Northwestern 


121 


Michigan 


406^ 


Minnesota 


82 


Michigan State 325 


Iowa 


68 


Ohio State 


249 


ILLINOIS 


483-2 


Wisconsin 


146 


Purdue 


18 



WRESTLING 



Illinois 


17 




Air Force Academy 


21 


Illinois 


9 




Iowa 


17 


Illinois 


15 




State College of Iowa 


17 


Illinois 


8 




Ohio State 


21 


Illinois 


2 




Indiana 


23 


Illinois 


11 




Eastern Illinois 


20 


Illinois 







Michigan 


30 


Illinois 


3 




Michigan State 


25 


Illinois 


17 




Missouri 


11 


Illinois 


20 




Purdue 


8 


Illinois 


6 




Wisconsin 


22 


Illinois 


3 




Minnesota 


25 


Illinois 


8 




Northwestern 


26 


BIG TEN MEET 








Michigan State 




71 


Indiana 


17 


Michigan 




67 


Northwestern 


6 


Minnesota 




65 


Iowa 


4 


Wisconsin 




41 


Purdue 


4 


Ohio State 




18 


ILLINOIS 


3 



INDOOR TRACK 



BIG TEN MEET 




Michigan State 


50 


Wisconsin 


38 


Iowa 


35 


Michigan 


34 


Minnesota 


22 



Northwestern 
ILLINOIS 
Indiana 
Ohio State 
Purdue 



18 
15 

II 
7 

1 



346 









TENNIS 




Illinois 


9 




Illinois State Normal 





Illinois 


5 




Western Michigan 


4 


Illinois 


7 




Washington University 


2 


Illinois 


7 




St. Louis University 


2 


Illinois 


4 




Northwestern 


5 


Illinois 


4 




Michigan State 


5 


Illinois 


7 




Purdue 


2 


Illinois 


9 




Wisconsin 





Illinois 







Indiana 


9 


Illinois 


7 




Minnesota 


2 


Illinois 


6 




Iowa 


3 


Illinois 







Michigan 


9 


Illinois 


7 




Ohio State 


2 


BIG TEN MEET 








Michigan 


142 


Minnesota 


41 


Indiana 


127 


Iowa 


32 


Northwestern 




84 


Wisconsin 


31 


Michigan State 




82 


Ohio State 


30 


ILLINOIS 




62 


Purdue 


21H 



BASEBALL 



GOLF 



BIG TEN MEET 



Purdue 


1472 




Minnesota 


1523 


Michigan 


1486 




Michigan State 


1540 


Indiana 


1497 




Iowa 


1543 


Wisconsin 


1504 




Northwestern 


1553 


Ohio State 


1521 




ILLINOIS 


1570 






5-TEAM 


QUADRANGULAR 


7-TEAM MEE'i 


MEET 


MEET 




Purdue 


738 


Purdue 


766 Wisconsin 


763 


Indiana 


757 


Notre Dame 


780 ILLINOIS 


777 


Michigan State 771 


Ohio State 


788 Northwestern 


793 


Minnesota 


779 


ILLINOIS 


819 Iowa 


805 


Wisconsin 


783 


Northwesterr 


i 822 




Northwestern 


784 








ILLINOIS 


804 









TRIANGULAR MEET 
Northwestern 778 

ILLINOIS 783 

Northern Illinois 801 



TRIANGULAR 

MEET 

Purdue 1242 

Wisconsin 1263 

ILLINOIS 1309 



OUTDOOR TRACK 



KENTUCKY RELAYS 
Illinois 1st in 100-yd. dash 



(Jackson :09.8) 



INDIANA RELAYS 

Illinois 1st 330 intermediate hurdles (Enck :39.6) 

Illinois 2nd 330 intermediate hurdles (Maclntyre) 

Illinois 1st in 440 (Travis :48.9) 

Illinois 1st in Mile Relay 3:17.8 



QUADRANGULAR 

MEET 

Iowa 70 

ILLINOIS 40 

Northwestern 37 

Ohio State 21 



DUEL MEET 

ILLINOIS 87 Indiana 50 

Meet record in 660 (Muller 1:20.1) 



BIG TEN MEET 

Michigan State 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 

Minnesota 



56 

43 
37 
28 
28 



Northwestern 


13 


ILLINOIS 


9 


Ohio State 


6 


Purdue 


6 


Indiana 


5 



Illinois 


7 


Illinois 


11 


Illinois 


3 


Illinois 


3 


Illinois 


1 


Illinois 





Illinois 


3 


Illinois 


4 


Illinois 


3 


Illinois 


5 


Illinois 


10 


Illinois 


2 


Illinois 


5 


Illinois 


1 


Illinois 





Illinois 


6 


Illinois 


5 


Illinois 


2 


Illinois 


18 


Illinois 


4 


Illinois 


2 


Illinois 


3 


Illinois 





BIG TEN 




STANDINGS 




Ohio State 




Michigan 




Michigan State 




Iowa 




ILLINOIS 




Indiana 




Minnesota 




Purdue 




Wisconsin 




Northwestern 





Valparaiso 


4 


Illinois College 


1 


Northern Illinois 


1 


Northern Illinois 


5 


Northern Illinois 





Eastern Illinois 


5 


Lewis College 


10 


Indiana State 


3 


Eastern Illinois 


2 


Iowa 


2 


Minnesota 


5 


Minnesota 


5 


Michigan State 


4 


Michigan 


5 


Michigan 


2 


Indiana 


9 


Ohio State 


7 


Ohio State 





Northwestern 


2 


Wisconsin 


2 


Wisconsin 





Purdue 


1 


Purdue 


4 


W 


L 


11 


2 


10 


5 


9 


6 


7 


5 


8 


6 


6 


7 


5 


7 


5 


7 


6 


9 


1 


14 



FOOTBALL 



Illinois 


10 


Oregon State 


12 


Illinois 


42 


Southern Methodist 





Illinois 


12 


Michigan State 


22 


Illinois 


14 


Ohio State 


28 


Illinois 


34 


Indiana 


13 


Illinois 


28 


Duke 


14 


Illinois 


21 


Purdue 





Illinois 


3 


Michigan 


23 


Illinois 


51 


Wisconsin 





Illinois 


20 


Northwestern 


6 


BIG TEN 








STANDINGS 




W 


L 


Michigan State 




7 





Ohio State 




6 


1 


Minnesota 




5 


2 


Purdue 




5 


2 


ILLINOIS 




4 


3 


Northwestern 




3 


4 


Michigan 




2 


5 


Wisconsin 




2 


5 


Indiana 




1 


6 


Iowa 







7 



347 



■ 



organizations 



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Organisations . . . 
Social or recreational clubs- 
chances to meet new people. 
Scholastic and activity honoraries— 
recognition of superior ability. 
Professional associations- 
promoting particular interests. 
Service groups- 
benefiting others. 
Organizations . . . 
an integral part of the University. 
Organisations . . . 
for the students' benefit. 




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TOP ROW: John Warren, vice president; Dennis Kaumowicz. 
secretary; Michael Plautz, historian; William Cullen, treasurer, 
BOTTOM ROW: Michael Moyer, president. 




Expanding knowledge of the art and 

science of architecture outside the regular 

curriculum, the student chapter 

of the American Institute of Architects aims to 

provide a transition for the 

college student into a life of professional, 

public service. Open to all students 

of architecture, this organization seeks to enrich 

the architect's total outlook through 

discussion and observation. 

Each year the AIA has a full agenda of 

activities, including such items as 

field trips to prominent architectural works, 

lectures, tours, and art competitions. 

Discussion with other AIA students at national 

and regional conventions further 

enrich members' architectural knowledge. 



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TOP ROW: Suellen Stahmer, Linda Marks, Sandra Parker, Heather Shubart, Janet Baliva, Louise England, Marcia Thorsen, Marguerite Scheck. 
BOTTOM ROW: Carol Zimmer, publicity; Marilyn White, secretary; Ann Messman, president; Margaret Andrews, membership chairman; 
Archanna Hodgson, treasurer. NOT IN PANEL: Ruth Battaglia, Ruth Bengtson, Pamela Bergstrom, Marilyn Burns, Patricia Dufneld, Sara 
Ehrhart, Barbara Fisher, Mary Groves, Ann Haines, Carol Hamilton, historian; Roberta Harrison, Linda Hovde, Ann Kimbell, Linda Noller, 
Jean Pierce, Sharon Samson, Mary Shinners, Linda Chenoweth, Mrs. Alvin King, adviser; Prof. Bernard Spodek, adviser. 



A.C.E. 



A. I. CLE 



Anyone interested in children between the 
ages two and twelve may join the Association 
for Childhood Education. However, the club 
is composed mainly of elementary education 
and child development majors. Study groups 
and workshops provide members with useful 
knowledge for future work with children. 

The basic purpose of the organization is 
to work for a high standard of education for 
children. Through secondary aims, members 
try to reach their goal. 



On campus, the chapter of the American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers functions as 
both a vocational and a social club. Monthly 
meetings include talks presented by speakers 
representing many aspects of the industry. 

The organization's main project each year 
is a display of chemical engineering projects 
at the annual Engineering Open House. Each 
spring a banquet is given for the graduating 
seniors. Membership is open to everyone in 
the Chemical Engineering curriculum. 



TOP ROW: Teffery Lawhorn, Charles Eggert, Thomas Norcom, Peter Weiss, Roderick Schutt, John Galway, John Cochran, Darnel Walden, 
Tames Larson, Karl Lund, William Walker, Terry Meirick. FOURTH ROW: Paul Guttman, John Kirtley, Joel De Young, George McConaghy, 
Tames Stovall, Gary Dowling, Edmund Antas, Allen Broyles, Rodney Danielson, Kenneth Sanders. THIRD ROW: John Loeboch LeRoy Clave- 
nna, Richard Coyne, Lawrence Day, Stephen Lingle, Joseph Archery, James Kieronski, Richard Morrison Tom Walthes, Peter Rowland. 
SECOND ROW: Bruce Kirstein, Engineering Council; John Hudson, Harry Drickamer, Thomas Hanratty, James Westwater, Roger Schmitz, 
Robert Sani, Charles Eckert. BOTTOM ROW: Michael Vandenberg, vice president; Thomas Mills, recording secretary; Robert Petkus, cor- 
responding secretary; John Gust, treasurer; Edward Miller, Engineering Council; Ralph Wolter, president. NOT IN PANEL: Patrick lomlan, 
Stanley Vejtasa, James Bragg, Gurbuz Erdemir, Vic Kremesec, William Hsiong, James Kiok, Andrew Mirutka, Gary Carr, Noble Ferguson, 
James Frakes, Robert Griffiths, Jr., Anthony Regas, Dale Eltoft, Alan Cabodi, David Seeger, Ellen Cleary. 




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TOP ROW: Prof. George Harper, Alan Nudelman, John Marec, Scott Swaner, Andrew Walkowiak, Tedd Carlson, Robert McFarland, Emmert 
Balis, Michael Hickey, Don Anderson, William Keillor, Clifford Schilling, Don Perrin, James Warrington. SECOND ROW: Raymond Kadlec, 
Harish Puri, Denis Fredrick, Kenneth Novak, James Paternoster, Herman Schoening, Lawerance Quinn, Dennis Sanders, Thomas Stevens, 
Edmund Fredland, Edward Bordy. BOTTOM ROW: Ralph Struzina, Daniel Nix, treasurer; Anil Raheja, secretary; Robert Winter, president; 
Prof. Leo Pigage, Kenneth Dudzik, vice president; Charles Uloth, Dennis Stevenson. NOT IN PANEL: Spiro Augoustatos, James Bell, Alan Bragg, 
Randall Burlison, David Dominguez, Charles Fisher, Thomas Hawkins, Gary Holmes, James Johnson, James Kopycki, Lloyd Lehn, James Maronn, 
Frank Matiasek, Ray Miller, James Nickl, Lee Fennington, Donald Proctor, Samuel Rook, Michael Sulser, William Studnick, Thomas Thompson, 
Gary Turner, Robert Wallhaus, John Williams, Israel Wiseman. 



A.I.I.E. 



A., o. A. Ej. 



The American Institute of Industrial En- 
gineers provides opportunities for interested 
students to meet with people actively engaged 
in the profession. Members gain experience 
in the workings of a professional society by 
serving on various committee activities. Each 
year, they hold a golf tournament and have a 
display for the Engineering Open House. 

The annual regional conference of student 
chapters met at Illinois this past year. Ten 
schools sent representatives. 



Throughout this year, the Illinois Student 
Branch of the American Society of Agricul- 
tural Engineers provided the opportunity for 
student-faculty co-operation on numerous proj- 
ects. Working at the Agronomy Farm on a 
building project, the club furnished their new 
student lounge with their earnings. Members 
helped with a high school recruiting program. 

Meetings, which were held twice a month, 
featured speakers such as faculty members 
and professional agricultural engineers. 



TOP ROW: John Patterson, Grover Webb, Robert Culli, Roy Mann, Larry Nagreski, Leland Wolken, scribe; John Scott, Robert Livesay, Leonard 
Bailey, Gerald Parkhurst, Richard Beyers, Gregory Heinz. THIRD ROW: Raymond Hauk, Thomas Pickard, Benjamin McCash, Jerry Leonard, 
David Wiedeman, Robert Lantz, John Heath, John Miller, Larry Knodle, Merrill Pinter, Charles Schneider, Gary Asher, Joseph Pope, Robert 
Adams, Robert Harper. SECOND ROW: Prof. Benjamin Jones, adviser; Robert Schottman, vice president; Joe Myers, secretary; Wayne Peterson, 
president; Kenneth Wikoff, Albert Boardman, Larry Sprinkle, Gary Tindall, Wayne Knepp, Robert Sutter, Prof. B. Jack Butler, adviser. 
BOTTOM ROW: William Brutsaert, Robert Brandner, Donald Stamberger, Robert Emery, Lyle Stephens, Robert Carlson, John Knobloch, 
Leroy Hagenbuch. NOT IN PANEL: Joey Meeks, treasurer. 




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TOP ROW: Danny Schrotberger, Benjamin Urrutiarenia, John Leming, David Russell, Gerald Steiner, Daljit Bais, David Herrera, Iqbal Brar, 
Ronald Mass, Roger Strohman, Gene Scharfenorth, Fred Gau, David Sanchez, William Tozzi, Lloyd Jones, James Clarno, William Sheridan, 
James Kordick. FOURTH ROW: Norma Irey, Marvin Wollin, Charles Allen, Noel Nedved, Alfred Vermiglio, Quentin Robnett, Barry Balmat, 
Ernest Bendull, Ronald Mitchell, William Gain, Larry Leicht, Norman Boys, Homer Lee, Paul Anderson, Vernon Eardley, William Kirkpatrick, 
Sandra Levey. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Clausen, secretary; James Manwaring, Roger Wright, treasurer; Richard Pattarozzi, vice president; 
Larry Pflederer, president; Clyde Anderson, social chairman; Byron Baxter, Richard Rupnow, Prof. Stanley Paul, adviser. SECOND ROW: 
Mark Healy, Lee Brown, Peter Isager, Paul Koch, James Hirst, Manuel Moskaluk, John Spinner, Randolph Christianson, Ronald Houser, Todd 
Steinke. BOTTOM ROW: Larry Salz, David Keierleber, William Downing. NOT IN PANEL: Prof. John O'Connor, adviser; Richard Anderson, 
assistant secretary. 



A.. o.^j.-Cj. 



A.S.M.E. 



The University of Illinois Student Chapter 
of the American Society of Civil Engineers 
seeks to acquaint its members with the social 
and technical aspects of the profession. At 
monthly meetings, qualified speakers address 
the members on topics of special interest in 
the field of civil engineering. 

Special activities of the society include the 
publication of a monthly newsletter and a re- 
fresher course offered to seniors preparing 
for the Professional Engineer's examination. 



The American Society of Mechanical En- 
gineers at Illinois is a student chapter of the 
national professional organization. Meetings 
of the group are intended to be enjoyable as 
well as informative. Each semester several 
coeds are chosen to act as sponsors. 

Participating in various athletic events, the 
group challenged faculty members and other 
engineering societies. Social events designed 
to alter any unfavorable images of engineers 
included hayrides and exchanges. 



TOP ROW: Terry Zeiters, Frank Venezia, Stacy Sachs, Kenneth Kasperski, Thaddeus Skrzenta, Eugene Litwin, Raymond Toy, Stephen Doll, 
David Bethard, Richard Braun, Mitri Barghout, Garrett Pardekooper. FOURTH ROW: Donald Litwiller, James Plecki, Richard Davies, Harold 
Wahle, James Buckingham, Harvey Press, Edward Behounek, Edward Ralston, Ronald Bajt, John Meskimen. THIRD ROW: Parker Badger, 
adviser; David Adams, Bonnie Bogenholm, sponsor; Thomas Jonak, president; Richard Kuhr, vice president; Roger Blomquist, secretary; William 
Loftus, treasurer; James Jackowski, athletic chairman; Michael Baloun, Engineering Council representative; Michael Torgersen, Engineering 
Council representative. SECOND ROW: Barbara Krohta, sponsor; Patricia Thompson, sponsor; Patricia Brelowski, sponsor; Linda Eisner, 
sponsor; Donna Yakos, sponsor. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Geiger, Charles Sheppard, William Passafume, Duane Mate, Gerald Tremblee, 
Alan Wall, Stuart Simon, Dewey Sims, William Krc. 



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TOP ROW: John Gray, Terrence Mathews, Frank Whitney, secretary-treasurer; David Jacobsguard, vice president; Philip Francis Philip Regli 
Wallace Behrends, Lawrence Eeall, Christopher Richardson, Kenneth McMillan, David Reason, Gary Titterington Robert Meinershagen' 
James Bridge, David Hemmer, Larry Shonkwiler, Robert Blake, Donald Owings, Donna Bzahiser. THIRD ROW- Clarence Peed Thomas 
Coltman, Norman Schnake, John Tocks, William Wolters, Ralph Schobert, Alan Walter, Melvin Gould, John Laffey, Suresh Birla Eldon Bald- 
win, Charles Cagley, Paul Bratton, William Kuhfuss, Kenneth Bettis, Richard Hansen, Walter Randolph, Dale Meyer Danial Kuhns David 
Gardner, Thomas Ranson, William Elder, Keith Honegger, Peter Petges, Motoki Shirasuka, Howard Peverly, Ian Marceau David Arnold 
SECOND ROW: William Robinson, Gerald Harrison, Warren Lee, John Gordon, John Lemon, Harold Halcrow, Ronald Mayberry Daniei 
Stewart, Ronald Bruch, John Steimel, Gerald Bauer, Robert Schwart, Harold Silkwood, John Abel), Bruce Peters, Gary Kopp BOTTOM ROW- 
Delmar Banner, Steven Perkinson, Ronald Roberts, president; Richard Eenson, Erman Schairer, Norbert Soltwedel, David Sommcr< Joseph 
Coyne, Charles Goodall, reporter; James Wright, Randall Redfern, Thomas Rhoads, Joe Voindiputte, Patrick Borieieaus Robert Harris NOT 
IN PANEL: William Weisiger. 



Ag Economics Club 



Ag Mechanization Club 



"Agriculture Economics In Action" is one 
key to this organization's success. The club 
emphasizes the importance of agriculture eco- 
nomics and helps to familiarize members with 
the functions of agriculture business. 

Activities of the group included an annual 
newsletter, a fall picnic, and a spring barbe- 
que. The meetings featured speakers from 
businesses related to agriculture. The group 
won second place in the national convention's 
essay and debate contests. 



The Illini Agricultural Mechanization Club 
closed a sucessful year of activities such as 
Lawnmower Winterization Day, Spring Tour, 
and bimonthly meetings which featured films 
or guest speakers. The "Outstanding Senior 
Award" was presented at the Spring Banquet. 

The objectives of the group are to obtain 
recognition for agricultural mechanization on 
campus and in industry, to promote interest in 
the field, and to acquaint present and potential 
members with the opportunities open today. 



TOP ROW: Kenneth Manon, Rodger Hay, Rodney Roberts, Leslie Strole, Darrell Mennenga, Howard Taylor, Larry Nelson, Sheldon Earley, 
Virgil Kain. BOTTOM ROW: Steven Johnson, Agriculture Council representative; Larry Woolever, reporter; Prof. Donnell Hunt, adviser; 
Robert Strube, vice president; Paul Benson, president; Roger Arras, secretary; Richard Crawford, treasurer; Robert Krumwiede. NOT IN PANEL: 
Herbert Aden, Dennis Mangers, Paul Shepherd. 



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TOP ROW: Gregory Heinz, Larry Allen, Steven Johnson, John Dittmer, Robert Potts, Marshall Danker, Richard Courter, James Walker, William 
Kuhfuss, Ronald Debatin, Frederick Cluskey, Curtis Myers, Robert Pritchard, Robert Schwart, Paul Benson, David Niemann, Theodore Span- 
bauer, Douglas Garwood. BOTTOM ROVV: Prof. James Evans, Prof. Kenton Kendall, Janet Steggerda, Ronald McClelland, secretary; John 
Huston, president; John Humphreys, treasurer; Ronald Roberts, reporter; Sue Ehrhart. John Fink. NOT IN PANEL: Prof. Ambrose Burger, 
Charles Gaede, Nelson Baumgartner, Charles Bloomberg, Dan Hoge, Jeanette Brucker, Kenneth McMillan, vice president; David Bechtel, Allan 
Hornbrook. 



Agriculture Council 



Ag Education Club 



Agriculture Council, the co-ordinating body 
of the agriculture campus, is composed of a 
delegate from each of the fifteen agriculture 
clubs and the fifteen club presidents. Keep- 
ing these club leaders aware of all the agri- 
culture campus activities and working on vari- 
ous service projects for the College of Agri- 
culture are two functions of the Council. 

The projects last year included a leader- 
ship forum for recently elected club officers 
and orientation for agriculture freshmen. 



The purpose of the Agriculture Education 
Club is to aid and encourage students in the 
field of agriculture education. 

Guest speakers in this and related fields 
are invited to attend the monthly meetings. A 
tractor driving contest, a public speaking con- 
test, and a farm mechanics' contest are some 
of the club's activities. The service activities 
include the setting up of a food stand for the 
Foundation Awards Day Program. Another 
highlight is the annual spring barbeque. 



TOP ROW: Benjamin Greiner, John Croft, David Johnson, Ronald Smith, David Berg, Dale Wise, Alan Landis, Harold Schroeder, Glenn 
Currie, Allen Hornbrook, Gerald Mayberry, John Hillison, Harlan HofT, Thomas Marron, Dennis O'Connor, Robert De Wolfe, Charles Rayburn, 
Lloyd Redington, La Verne Debatin. FOURTH ROW: John Smith, Michael Still, Alan Naylor, John Abell, David Bechtel, George Young, 
Donald Huisinga, Roger Smith, Mervin Peters, Allen Berry, Jack Clark, Arthur Neavill, Terry Thompson, Richard Espe, George Anderson, 
Larry Greenwood, David Whitson, Stephen Rinkenberger. THIRD ROW: Lloyd Phipps, Gerald Fuller, Paul Wesbecher, reportei ; Peter Cahill, 
secretary; Alfred Krebs, Robert Potts, president; Warren Fink, vice president; Carl Awe, treasurer; John Dittmer, Agriculture Council repre- 
sentative; Donald Huschle, Paul Hemp, Martin McMillion. SECOND ROW: James Marshall, James Shaffer, Richard Ronna, Stephen Higgins, 
William Johnson, Carl Reynolds, Kenneth Bettis, Leslie Via, Richard Shoney, Dale Howe, Duane Curry, Larry Barbre. BOTTOM ROW: 
Donald Jarrett, Gerald Theobald, Phillip Landes, Maurice Tompkins, Jack Stork, Harold Drake, David Cattron, Daniel Schneider, John Huston, 
William Rice. 





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position as spring commander of the 190th AFROTC Cadet Wing. 




CADET COL. MICHAEL Dandar was awarded the position of 
Wing Commander for fall semester in spring of 1965. 



Air Force ROTC 



The revitalized AFROTC program 

offers challenging opportunities 

for young men with their eyes on the future. 

Each semester an outstanding cadet is 

appointed commander of the 

190th Cadet Wing. Since the Corps 

training program is operated by cadets, the 

Commander and the Cadet Wing 

Staff are entirely responsible for the 

efficient operation and continued development 

of the AFROTC program. The 

emphasis is on developing leadership. 



CADET WING STAFF— TOP ROW: Joseph Chvatal, Michael Yoshimura, James Jackson, Peter Kulzer, Jack Cooley, Michael Wells, Robert 
Carter. BOTTOM ROW: James Chickles, David Player, David Mcllroy, Michael Dandar, Ronald Schuh, Howard Kotlicky. 



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MIKE DANDAR ESCORTS Jan Sommer, fall semester sponsor, 
under the saber arch at the Arnold Air Society Ball. 



Miss Barbara Standish, spring semester sponsor. 



Air Force ROTC 




AIR FORCE CADET DRILL TEAM TOP ROW: Robert Dawson, Ronald Lamprecht, James Korbecki, LeRoy Basha, James Slagle, Galen 
Morrison, Ronald Yeagle, Robert Schmidt, George Milman.James Eggers. BOTTOM ROW: Harry VanAken, James Horchem, Delos Pieper, 
( ladet Capt. John Block, team co ander; I ■(■<■ Tobey, < tarry ( )'] lara, Samuel ( 'lark. 

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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY — TOP ROW: James Bohlen, operations officer; Brendan Dixon, personnel officer; unidentified, Richard Heidenreich, 
James Schalin, George Olsen, chaplain; Charles Tindall, William Henderson, Harry Clem, Frank Walters, Guy Pfeiffer, Alan Young. THIRD 
ROW: LeRoy Basha, Jerry Hacker, chaplain; Gerald Smith, unidentified, Frank Benson, Ross Miller, Jerry Benson, David Davis, Gregory 
Blatnik, Harold Adams. SECOND ROW: Capt. Lanny Headley, adviser; Wayne Wheeler, commanding officer; Susan Dengel, sponsor; Col. 
Russell Strange, U.S.A.F.; Michael Dandar, Harlan Long, executive officer. BOTTOM ROW: George Muellner, Paul Cofoid, information 
officer; Jon Gross, Kenneth Richter, comptroller; Ruel Roberts, administrative officer; Daniel Nicholes, projects officer; John Bryant. 



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The social arm of the 190th 

AFROTC detachment 

is the Arnold Air Society. The 

purpose of the group is to give cadets 

a feeling of the life they 

will experience as future Air 

Force officers. Arnold Air Society 

co-sponsors the annual 

Arnold Air Society Ball with 

Angel Flight. The ball is attended by 

national dignitaries. The two 

groups have combined 

gatherings throughout the year. Last 

year they went caroling 

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TOP ROW: Linda Dolenak, Alane Peterson, Barbara Guill, Judy Porter, Judith Andersen, Susan Nixon, Jean Anderson, Mary Heeren, Sandra 
Stacy, Jane Morrison. THIRD ROW: Nancy Robey, Mary Morin, Ann Barnas, Karen Katilius, Mary Millay, Tracey Evert, Barbara Sauerwein, 
Joan Scott, Marianne Keller, Nancy Temple, Jane Young. SECOND ROW: Sharron Moody, Sandra Smith, Nita Bozarth, Captain James 
Petersen, adviser; Mrs. James Petersen, adviser; Judith Kreutz, Barbara Smith, Susan Dengel. BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Lucas, Barbara 
Williams, Luanne Thorson, Susan Zebell, Barbara Standish, Melody Meyer. NOT IN PANEL: Janice Sommer, Gertrude Bauer, Mary Dekan, 
Diane Eisele, Karen Frizen, Janet Holt, Joanne Randies. 



Angel Flight 



The women of Angel Flight are proud of 

the Air Force and strive to be 

of service to the campus and community. 

They can be seen hostessing President Henry's 

Reception, Mom's and Dad's Day Teas, 

and various military affairs. 

Angel Flight's service project this year 

was to raise money to purchase 

medical supplies for the ship HOPE, 

which travels around the world 

administering free medical aid and 

teaching good health to others. The Angels try to 

do "just a little bit more for America." 




COMMANDER JUDY KREUTZ presents Olga Dychie with her 

pledge ribbon. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Judith Kreutz, commander; Nita Bozarth, executive officer; Barbara Smith, comptroller; Sandra 
Smith, pledge trainer; Sharron Moody, administrative officer; Susan Dengel, information officer. NOT IN PANEL: 
Judy Porter, operations officer. 



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TOP ROW: Mark Robbins, treasurer; John Woods, unidentified, unidentified, Ronald Bottrell, Donald Jugenheimer, Steven Ramis, Raymond 
Fry, Steven Rhea, Randy Huffman, John Davis, Charles Stepner, Jerome Goldblatt, Gayle Streff. SECOND ROW: Victor David, Daniel England 
president; Prof. Charles Sandage, head of Department of Adveitising; John Hershey, personnel manager of Leo Burnett Company; James Tully' 
vice president of Leo Burnett Company; Prof. Hugh Sargent, Gerald Hale, vice president; Robert Nolan, secretary; Peter Wells. BOTTOM 
ROW: Charles Traub, Robert Dahlin, Gerald Colbert, Robert Tays, unidentified, Leslie Golembo, Paul Stevens, unidentified, John Strawa 



Alpha Delta Sigma 



Alpha Epsilon 



Alpha Delta Sigma is the national advertis- 
ing fraternity for men. Members work with 
professors to develop advertising ability in an 
atmosphere of professional sophistication. A 
man outstanding at both the professional and 
educational levels, Dr. Sandage often leaves 
his post as department head to offer advice 
and assistance to ADS members. 

Meetings include outstanding speakers, such 
as the vice president of Leo Burnett Adver- 
tising, Chicago, a leading advertising agency. 



The purpose of Alpha Epsilon honor soci- 
ety is to recognize agricultural engineers who 
have distinguished themselves and the profes- 
sion by academic or professional attainment. 
Active membership includes juniors, seniors, 
and graduate students chosen on the basis of 
scholarship, character, and leadership. The 
society also elects honorary members. 

The group presents an annual Outstanding 
Freshman Award to a member of the Ameri- 
can Society of Agricultural Engineers. 



TOP ROW: Robert Adams, Curtis Freeberg, John Litherland, Robert Johnson, Don Jones, Robert Harper, Raymond Hauk, James Mitchell. 
SECOND ROW: Prof. Elwood Olver, adviser; Leland Wolken, vice president; Larry Kaufman, Larry Sprinkle, president; Lyle Stephens, secretary; 
Wayne Peterson, treasurer; Joseph Haas. BOTTOM ROW: Prof. James Curtis, adviser; Robert Carlson, William Dunlap, Marvin Janssen, Douglas 
Bauling, Robert Schottman, Lester Thompson. 



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TOP ROW: Harold Bielat, James Hancock, John Bennish, Cornelius Hoogveld, Alan Smith, Carl Heinrich, Thomas Edmonds, Dale Rapp, Lee 
Slagter, Robert Patzke, Bruce Wallace, John Barrett, Richard Drzal, Charles Kay, Bradley Nelson, Ralph Vanvickle, Douglas Berchem. 
FOURTH ROW: Douglas Baumgarten, Harley Parker, Paul Jorgensen, Dell Ward, David Grubb, Rodney Fryman, Rudolph Richter, Anthony 
Polgar, Robert Winter, Barry Piancino, David McLane, Robert Swietek, Robert Chaber, William Kolacek, Joseph Kubilius, Frederick Gammon, 
Robert Briggs. THIRD ROW: David Miller, president; Ronald Howard, vice president; George Wenger, treasurer; George McCament, secretary; 
Thomas Baily, adviser; John Mylin, adviser; William Hall, historian; Vance Lausmann, John Carlson, Terry Ladage. SECOND ROW: Richard 
Patterson, Donald Brehm, Walter Kahn, Malcolm Littman, William Adaska, Duane Goodenough, Benjamin Baldwin, Ifal Fink, Michael Wenk- 
man. BOTTOM ROW: David Brandenburg, Brian Hollen, Lee Tobey, Patrick Foster, Gerald Brubaker, Edward Stewart, Carl Hay, James 
Yaiser. NOT IN PANEL: Harry Elkins, adviser. 






Alpha Eta Rho 



Alpha Kappa Psi 



Alpha Eta Rho is an international aviation 
fraternity. The Illinois chapter, chartered in 
1954, is recognized as one of the most active 
chapters. The fraternity serves as a contact 
between aviation students and interested facul- 
ty and the aviation industry by presenting pro- 
grams with speakers and films. 

One of the events sponsored annually by 
Alpha Eta Rho is the Aviation Openhouse at 
Willard Airport. Facilities of the Institute of 
Aviation are presented to the general public. 



Alpha Kappa Psi, the oldest professional 
fraternity in the field of commerce and busi- 
ness administration, has 145 chapters. It was 
founded to advance courses which would lead 
to a degree in business administration and to 
promote research in the fields of accounting, 
commerce, and finance. 

Pledges are selected on the basis of recom- 
mendations by the membership and the fa- 
culty. Each pledge class spends a day prior 
to initiation working on a community project. 



TOP ROW: Ernest Stelter, George Luscombe, Louis Davis, Richard Townsend, Robert Randolph, Roy Frazier, Howard Blumenthal, Jerry 
Andreen, Allan Filek, Gilbert Johnson, Terry Wood, Edward Sokolofski. SECOND ROW: Donald Leaf, Prof. Harlan Patterson, adviser; Larry 
Palmerson, secretary; Martin Bariff, president; James Stewart, vice president; Robert Henderson, master of rituals; James Watson, treasurer. 
BOTTOM ROW: Edward Fahrner, Dennis Wood, Victor Lesk, Richard Rudolph, Roger Puta, Alan Finger. NOT IN PANEL: Terry Cole, 
vice president. 




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Georgia Booras Serena McCullough Frances Conklin, Pamela Foulks, Margaret Herzberger, Carol Hanscom. THIRD I 
Wendy Arb.t, Barbara Berlin Janet Zimmerman, Sally Sergey, Gail Johnson, Paula Wosk, Maura McElligott, Carol 
Marsha Pomrenze Carolyn Carraro, Margaret Tuchel, Charlotte Reed, Margaret Marriott. SECOND ROW- Mary 

Sn r «Sr r na M ' ^'a ^ I"' r T C L ^ SOn u ^/ rilyn ^ eSt ' JiU Horn ' Ronna Katz ' Barbara Anderson, Lynne Toelle. BOTTOM 
Delores Miller, Marsha Aronsen, Sara Guyton, Ruth Mooney, Rhonda Weisberg, Sue McKibbin, Cheryle Amaldenhauer, Lee Ann Diet 



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ALPHA LAMS ENTERTAIN prospective members at 
the Christmas Tea. 



Alpha Lambda Delta 

Alpha Lambda Delta, the national scholastic 

honorary for freshmen women, 

was founded at the University of Illinois in 1924. 

In addition to sponsoring a free tutoring 

program for all freshmen women, 

the Alpha chapter has several worthwhile 

traditions. At their Christmas Tea, the members 

entertain all freshmen women with a midterm average 

of 4.0 or above. In the spring, 

the Senior Tea is held to honor all senior 

past members who have maintained 

an average of 4.5 for seven semesters. The Alpha 

Lams also usher at campus events. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Dean Linda Hester, adviser, Patricia Wald, publicity chairman; 
Judith Kroichick, treasurer; Barbara Jones, humanities tutoring chairman; Sharon 
Ventress, president; Barbara Seavey, physical science tutoring chairman; Constance 
Collins, vice president; Margaret Gantt, secretary. 




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TOP ROW: Joseph Lombardo, Ronald Greenberg, Kenneth Arnold, Allen Marazas, Donald Reid, Ronald Twine, Stuart Schupack, Charles 
Smiley, Douglas Drake, Donald Brewer, David Dominguez, Wayne Charland, David Lawrence, Robert Leverenz, David Cooper. SECOND 
ROW: Jack Ceferin, James Wright, Glenn Hollander, James Rice, Robert Thomas, John Winkler, Gerald Hill, Harold Perry, John Diezel, Allen 
Ray, Richard Beitz, James Clarno, George Ripplinger, Jerrold Jacobs, Allen Pekar. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Brower, Richard Sanders, Bertram 
Gardner, Thomas Abernathy, Michael Muzos, William Jandeska, Daniel Pajak, Kenneth Kindness, Michael Ciesielka. NOT IN PANEL: Kenneth 
Abraham, Neil Allen, Kenneth Bath, Steven Brumm, William Celio, Thomas Crawford, Custantino C'Anca, Frederick Hanson, Bennett Hart, 
Alan Harris, Jeffrey Johnson, Terrence McGillivary, Thomas McGovern, John Mockaitis, Robert Pajak, Harley Parker, William Porter, Alan 
Schaffer, Mathias Schramer, Robert Tebben, Robert Wrobel, William Boucek. 



Alpha Phi Omega 

The world's largest fraternal organization, 

Alpha Phi Omega, now has 400 

chapters throughout the United States and in the 

Philippines. It is a service fraternity open to anyone 

interested in helping others. 

Service is rendered in personal, campus, 

community, and national areas. To give students a 

fair exchange for their textbooks, 

the members conducted a book exchange. 

They sponsored their annual 

Ugly Man on Campus Contest in order to raise money 

for their student loan fund. Members also 

ran a learn-to-swim program for the local scouts. 




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TOP ROW: Charles Browe, fellowship; Daniel Pajak, secretary; Richard Sanders, membership and rushing; 
Bertram Gardner, treasurer; Kenneth Kindness, special projects; Thomas Abernathy, pledgemaster. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Michael Muzos, president; William Jandeska, vice president. 



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Alan Naylor, Michael Still, Paul Wesbecker, Jack Stork, Stephen Rinkenberger, Carl Reynolds, Larry Barbre. 



Alpha Tau Alpha 



Alpha Zeta 



Alpha Tau Alpha is comprised of future 
agriculture teachers. Prospective members must 
have sophomore standing and a 3.5 grade 
point average. The monthly meetings feature 
guest speakers from throughout the state. 

The purposes of the club are to foster a 
brotherhood among those agriculture students 
who are enrolled in teacher training, to help 
train members as rural leaders in their own 
towns, and to develop a professional spirit in 
the teaching of agriculture. 



Alpha Zeta, an honorary professional fra- 
ternity, encourages the development of better 
leaders in the field of agriculture and higher 
agricultural education. The local chapter en- 
courages good instruction by each year hon- 
oring the outstanding instructor in the College 
of Agriculture. Freshmen with high scholas- 
tic averages are also honored. 

Members are selected from students who 
have over 45 hours of credit on the basis of 
scholarship, leadership, and character. 



TOP ROW: Larry Hedrick, John Peterson, Allen Hornbrook, John Rutledge, Wayne Peterson, William Kuhfuss, Robert Strube, Steven Still, 
Joseph Hopkins, Ronald McClelland, Roger Allaman, Gary Alex, Richard McMullen, Dale Meyer. SECOND ROW: John Huston, Robert 
Pritchard, Richard Hurelbrink, George Palmer, Frederick Cluskey, Glenn Upp, John Tocks, Joseph Coyne, David Bechtel, John Dittmer, Robert 
Potts, Paul Benson, Leland Herzberger. BOTTOM ROW: Michael Still, Kenneth Nimrick, Randall Larson, historian; Douglas Garwood, 
Agricultural Council representative; Charles Goodall, vice president; James Walker, president; David Jacobsgaard, secretary; John Fink, Gary 
Swinger. NOT IN PANEL: Ronald Roberts, David Peterson, Allen Leman, Marshall Danker, treasurer; Kenneth McMillan, Robert Johnson, 
Robert Carlson, Bruce Peters, Gary Reynolds, David Ruebush, Prof. Joseph Tobias, adviser; Prof. Ralph Mutti, adviser. 




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TOP ROW: Raymond Gibbs, Jerome Nalywajko, Robert Dawson, Dinesh Tandon, John Deluca, James Ginther, Jay Yuskowitz, Charles Hop- 
son, James Stephen, unidentified, Chester Henson. SECOND ROW: Marsha Williksen, John Boyer, treasurer; Philip Bohaboy, president; Prof. 
Gary Snow, Prof. Arthur Fiedberg, Richard Novak, vice president; Kenneth Anderson, secretary; John Willi. BOTTOM ROW: Carl Reynolds, 
Temel Demiray, Kenneth Hang, Lawrence Edwards. 



American Ceramic Society 



A-ti-us 



The objectives of the Student Branch of 
the American Ceramic Society are to encour- 
age the interest of ceramic engineering stu- 
dents in the developments in the field and to 
foster fellowship among its members. 

Every year the Student Branch sponsors 
many activities. Monthly meetings host guest 
speakers who present talks about their work 
in the ceramic industry. The Mini Ceramist 
was the first yearbook of its kind on campus 
and is now in its twenty-second edition. 



A-ti-us, a newly formed activity honorary 
for sophomore women, was merged from the 
two groups Shi-ai and Alpha Chron, honoraries 
for Greek and independent women, respect- 
ively. Members are selected on the basis of 
participation and leadership in campus organ- 
izations and housing units during their fresh- 
man year. A 3.5 grade average is required. 

The group participates in programs which 
will stimulate leadership and promote friend- 
ship among campus women. 



TOP ROW: Nikki Kaplan, Gayle Meyer, Loretta Trawinski, Kimberly Anderson, Susan Draut, Sandra Subject, Carol Hamm, Mary Bradle, 
Ramona Kochis, Sue Rosenberg, Marsha Pomrenze, Margaret Converse, Annabelle Anticol, Patricia Wald. THIRD ROW: Mary Niles, Mary 
Ford, Carol Larson, Carol Costello, Lorrayne Stein, Sandra Kungle, Gloria Pitman, Pamela Tate, Karen Kepford, Janice Edwards, Rosemary 
Nelson, Sue Ehrhart, Carol Miskiv. SECOND ROW: Glenda Parsons, Kristine McConachie, Sarah Smith, Constance Collins, vice president; 
Helen Hawkins, adviser; Judith Peiser, president; Susan Kirkpatrick, treasurer; Mary Burke, Janice Porter. BOTTOM ROW: Margie Novak, 
Jane Purcell, Penelope Fredricks, Sally Morrow, Mary Schaefer, Judith Holzman, Judith Brickman. NOT IN PANEL: Karen Frizen, Diane 
Kaveleras, Susan Spalding, Alice Smith, Mary Saferstein, Letitia Polak, Nancy Mihevc, Patricia Martin, Florence Loiben, secretary; Linda 
Burker. 








TOP ROW: Cadet Col. David Mcllvoy, Cadet Lt. Col. Gary Reynolds, Midn. Cmdr. Thomas Hardy. BOTTOM ROW: Cadet Col. Michael 
Dandar, Jr., Lt. Cmdr. Bishop Blackwell, U. S. N.; Midn. Capt. Steven Broquist, Cadet Col. Walter Ivanjack. 



Armed Forces Council Association of U.S. Army 



The Armed Forces Council, whose func- 
tion it is to co-ordinate activities of the Navy, 
the Army, and the Air Force ROTC units, is 
composed of the commanders and executive 
officers of each of the three military units. 
Each year the units alternate in directing the 
Council, appointing their commander as chair- 
man and a commissioned officer as adviser. 

The Veteran's Day Ceremony, the Military 
Ball, and Honor's Day were the main military 
events sponsored by last year's Council. 



A professional organization, the Associa- 
tion of the United States Army strives to im- 
prove conditions of servicemen through public 
relations and information services. The men 
publish Army magazine which presents vari- 
ous aspects of the Army. Periodic meetings 
feature informative movies and Army person- 
nel as guest speakers. 

Activities last year included a trip to Fort 
Benning, a banquet before the Military Ball, 
and exchanges with women's military groups. 



TOP ROW: John Halley, James Fowler, Raymond Janis, Glenn Shriver, Frank Prickett, Robert Hurwich. SECOND ROW: Stephen Dunkle, 
vice president; Edward Waldron, president; Ann Barnas, sponsor; Captain Harold Hoeferkamp, adviser; Donald Jochem, treasurer; Clifford 
Simpson, secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Larry Beaty, Gene Ackerman, Terrell Sharp, Robert Glazebrook, James Conner. 



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ARMY ROTC 



The pride and spirit of ninety-seven years 
of military tradition at the University of Illi- 
nois are embodied in the distinctive crest worn 
by each Advanced Course Cadet. "Learning 
and Labor" is the motto of the Corps, and the 
Chief Illiniwek is the mythical leader of the 
Army Illini, as he is to the entire University. 
The crest was approved by the United States 
Army Department of Heraldry and was made 
a part of the official military record in 1957. 
It has been worn by the Cadet Corps and its 
Staff since its adoption. 

Since its establishment in 1868, over seven 
thousand men from Illinois have accepted the 
challenge of leadership and have successfully 
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completed the training program required for 
commissioning upon graduation. 

The Army ROTC program was born with 
the need for educated leadership in the Offi- 
cer's Corps, and it has increased its impor- 
tance in contemporary times with the expand- 
ing need for educated men in highly technical 
fields. Designed to benefit the cadets individ- 
ually, the Army program lays the foundation 
for intelligent leadership in civilian life, and it 
qualifies young men for positions as military 
leaders. With the advent of a completely vol- 
untary program in 1964, the Corps of Cadets 
has become a highly competitive group of 
nearly six hundred young men. 




Army ROTC 



Lee Anne Kuehn, Miss Army Illini 1965. 



The cadet's military life is just beginning 

when he is awarded the gold bars 

of a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army 

upon graduation. The challenge of 

leadership in today's modern 

Army is his. A new life awaits him— 

one that he has been prepared 

for through four years of education and training as a 

member of the University of Illinois 

Army Corps of Cadets. The 

new officer must discharge his obligation 

to his country by serving on active 

duty for a period of not less than two years. 




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BUT EVEN SUMMER camp has its rewards. 



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Cadet Lt. Col. Fred Ranck, Brigade Executive Officer. Cadet Col. Gary Reynolds, Brigade Commander. 





Cadet Lt. Col. James Conner, First Cadet Lt. Col. Charles Schettler, Second Bat- 

Battalion Commander. talion Commander. 



Cadet Lt. Col. Donald Meyer, Fourth Battalion 

Commander. 




Col. Harold Dorsett, Professor of Military Science. 



Cadet l.i. Col. James Williams, Commander of 

Special Forces. 



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WEEKEND FIELD TRAINING is part of the AROTC program 




THE SPECIAL FORCES Company provides a 
unique experience for volunteers. 




THETTELD MUSIC Unit performs at all Army ceremonies. 



DARCY^GUERIN, FIRST Battalion sponsor, poses with their mascot. 





TOP ROW: James Glover, commissar; Tedd Carlson, president; Robert O'Brien, service chairman; James Weeks, vice president; Donald Steed, 
staff adviser; James Brunner, fine arts chairman; David Mussa, worship chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Flo Ann Fuller, fine arts chairman; Kathy 
Waggoner, secretary-treasurer; Rachel Slaughter, social chairman; Mary Niles, UCF representative. 



Baptist Foundation 



Baptist Student Union 



The Baptist Student Foundation is a train- 
ing ground for Baptist students. The Student 
Council and members share facilities with the 
University Baptist Church. As a member of 
United Christian Fellowship, the Baptist Stu- 
dent Foundation conducts graduate luncheons, 
study seminars, and a fall and spring retreat. 

Uniback players present religious drama, 
and the choir produces Christmas and Easter 
oratories. In addition, Sunday morning semi- 
nars provide for religious discussion. 



The Baptist Student Union is the connect- 
ing link between the University student and the 
local Baptist Church. It is a movement spon- 
sored by the Southern Baptist denomination to 
co-ordinate the religious activities of the Bap- 
tist students on the University of Illinois cam- 
pus. An Executive Council serves as the ad- 
ministrative and executive body for the BSU. 

The activities of the foundation last year 
included Mission activities, Vespers, and de- 
votional periods on Monday and Wednesday. 



TOP ROW: Merle Quick, president; Edward Karl, Larry Mears, Ronald Riffey, David Johnson, the Reverend Larry Allison, director; Michael 
Wright, Carl Reynolds, Homer Blass, Gary Kunz, Henry Kunath, William Armes, vice president. SECOND ROW: Linda Cary, Brenda Copley 
Rhoda Earley, Janice Cary, Sandra Starr, Patricia Davis, Emily Trovillion, secretary-treasurer; DrexEllen Beggs, Nancy Carson. BOllOM 
ROW: Walter Boyce, Charles Businaro, Dale Turner, William Waud, James Swofford. 






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TOP ROW: George Luscombe, vice president; Gerald Tenner, alumni secretary; Charles Levun, Martin Bariff, vice president. BOTTOM 
ROW: Edward Jeanblanc, Donald Leaf, president; Howard Woerner, treasurer. NOT IN PANEL: Karen Bend, secretary. 



Beta Alpha Psi 

Beta Alpha Psi was established in 1919 as 
the national honorary fraternity for account- 
ing majors who have maintained a high scho- 
lastic average in all courses. Scholarship is 
promoted by sponsoring a tutoring program in 
the basic accounting courses and holding re- 
view sessions at the end of each semester. 

Luncheons enabled members to get better 
acquainted. The group sponsored an initiation 
banquet and a field trip to Arthur Anderson 
and Company, an accounting firm in Chicago. 



Beta Gamma Sigma 

Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honorary 
fraternity for students enrolled in the College 
of Commerce, requires juniors to rank in the 
upper four percent of the class and seniors 
in the upper ten percent to qualify for mem- 
bership. The Illinois chapter has traditionally 
been more restrictive than the national allows. 

The organization was formed in February 
of 1913 with three chapters — one being at Illi- 
nois. At the present, there are seventy-three 
chapters at the major colleges of commerce. 



TOP ROW: Charles Levun, Daniel Luechtefeld, Allan Sutherland, Donald Hay, Jay Graff, Donald Olson, Jon Gregg, George Johnson, Milford 
Ardell. SECOND ROW: Virginia Scheiwe, Barry Sherman, Prof. Joseph Litterer, secretary; Prof. James Leonard, president; Linda Johnson, 
Glenda Wise. BOTTOM ROW: John Myers, James Moran, Joseph Fruchter, Richard Schultz, Douglas Scudamore, Elliot Peskind. 






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TOP ROW: Father Michael Pullin, Richard Rhoads, John Atwood, Howard Nicholas, Jill Coleman, treasurer; Richard Mole, Charles Carpenter, 
Jerrold McNatt. THIRD ROW: Preston Driggers, John Collins, Gary Richardson, Mrs. F. S. Arvedson. SECOND ROW: Mary Brainard, Jean 
Erlenborn, Janet Compton, Judy Reynolds, Maxwell Mowry, Ross Capon, Daniel Atkins, Mrs. Michael Pullin. BOTTOM ROW: Richard 
Saxer, president; Margaret Nichols, John Felix-Williams, Edwin Eewis, William Trigg, secretary; Father F. S. Arvedson. NOT IN PANEL: 
Linda Myers, John Flemming, William Pollard, Donald Powell, Norman May. 



Canterbury Association 



Chevron 



Open to any Episcopal student, Canterbury 
Association provides an atmosphere in which 
members participate in various activities and 
share in the responsibilities and programs of 
the Episcopal Chapel. Each member contrib- 
utes his part, while he in turn receives the 
services of the Church. 

Weekly meetings began with Evensong in 
the Chapel and closed with supper and a pro- 
gram. The group benefited from a program 
presented by the Bishop of Springfield. 



Chevron, the women's auxiliary of Army 
ROTC, participates in both military and Uni- 
versity events. Members served at teas, es- 
courted at honor programs, and assisted with 
IUSA activities, such as Dad's Day. Their 
drill team, the Red Coats, marched at meets 
at other campuses and at Brigade Reviews. 

Pledges, named Chevaliers, are chosen on 
the basis of personality and poise. Chevron 
is an educational and social activity, offering 
informative programs and exchanges. 



TOP ROW: Anne Freehill, Necia Hart, Nancy Schierhorn, Virginia Pirnat, Leslie Darner, Barbara Stryker, Jane Letsinger, Dianne Johnson, 
Tanya Montaleone. SECOND ROW: Jamie Sanders, Barbara Wallace, Rosemary Nelson, Janet Neumann, Patrice Holmes, Diane Posady, 
Ann Holmin, Frances Keer, Ellen Oravec. BOTTOM ROW: Richard Schmidt, Mary Kenny, Marilyn Paddick, president; June Pound, vice 
president; Dorinda Rodda, Bonnie Scamehorn, Diana Mitchell, secretary; Barbara Craig, Susan Keilly, Vicky Mulberry, treasurer; Mrs. Cecil 
French, adviser; Major Cecil French, adviser. 




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TOP ROW: Carol Wandell, Karen Hull, Jon Hull, Robert Cooley, Jay Wickum, Elaine Eldrup, Dorothy Procunier, Robert Knudson, Susan 
Blackmore. SECOND ROW: Marianne Dalrymple, David Russell, Douglas Prensner, Jackson Cartter, adviser; Frederick Hillman, Richard 
Kehrer, Kenneth Bivens, Duane Christianson, John Johnson. BOTTOM ROW: Jeffrey Wandell, Cheryl Esmond, Lynn Bollinger, treasurer; 
Eleanor Lincoln, president; Lloyd Giesler, corresponding secretary; Lee Cafferata, recording secretary. 



Christian Science Society 



Chi Epsilon 



A new building designed by Paul Rudolph 
was occupied for the first time in the fall by 
the Christian Science Organization. Towered 
structures of rough concrete and sculptured 
bronze doors of the foundation caused much 
interest on the University campus. The study 
room for reading religious literature and the 
auditorium have greatly increased facilities. 

In addition to the Tuesday night meetings, 
the group held receptions to acquaint students 
with the activities of the foundation. 



Chi Epsilon has been dedicated to the pur- 
pose of promoting the status of the civil en- 
gineering profession ever since its founding 
at the University in 1922. The goals of this 
group are to develop the characteristics of a 
successful civil engineer in each member. 

Pledges, chosen from juniors and seniors 
in the curriculum, are accepted on the basis 
of scholarship and character. As a part of 
initiation week, pledges meet with a professor 
to acquaint them with the faculty. 



TOP ROW: Don Banks, James Manwaiing, Ronald Mitchell, Ernest Bendull, Charles Allen, David Schmehr, Marvin Criswell, Thomas Conner, 
David Keierleber. SECOND ROW: Frof. vVilliam Oliver, adviser; Byron Baxter, Larry Salz, recording secretary; Marvin Wollin, vice president; 
Alan Zimmer, John Garlanger, corresponding secretary; Prof. Levering Merritt. BOTTOM ROW: Reza Bahmanyar, Paul Koch, Jerry Valoik, 
Alfred Vermiglio, president; Paul Ellis, Jerold Leckman. 




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Levitan, president; Byron Eden, secretary-treasurer; Dean Edward Stafford, adviser; William Lindquist, James Schmidt. NOT IN PANEL: 
Glenn Schmid, Mark Wilson, Donald Burroughs, Troy Doetch, Gerald Boyer, Dennis Kajmowicz, Martin Frank, Larry Carr, Robert Wirth, 
Martin Woag, Barry Benson. 



Circle K Club 



Sigma Iota Epsilon 



The Circle K Club, sponsored by the Ki- 
wanis International, is designed for a college 
student who feels a responsibility to his col- 
lege and community. As the Illinois chapter 
realizes the importance of helping its fellow 
man, it conducts many service projects, such 
as a Big Brother program at an orphanage, 
free campus tours, judging at the State Sci- 
ence Fair, and the Operation Christmas card. 

With much guidance from Kiwanis, Circle 
K members learn the value of serving. 



Sigma Iota Epsilon is the national honor- 
ary fraternity founded to recognize outstand- 
ing students in management and related fields. 
The organization's Alpha chapter was estab- 
lished at Illinois in 1927, and the National now 
has fourteen additional chapters. 

The objective of the honorary is to stim- 
ulate interest and achievement in the field of 
management and to obtain recognition of the 
value and contribution of scholastic attainment 
to business management. 



TOP ROW: Pui-Chi Ip, Martin Bariff, James Stewart, John Pankratz, Clem Smith, Daniel Pajak, Donald Leaf. BOTTOM ROW: Karen Bend, 
John Illyes, treasurer; Daniel Lee, president; Sharon Kunar, secretary; George Luscombe. 




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TOP ROW: Lino Duranmazurea, Alfonso Rubiano, Henry Camargoroncancio, Pierre Ruizaudabram, Hernan Quiros, David Herrera, Marco 
Duarte, Alfonso Gonzales-Caro, Victor Sanchezhuertas. BOTTOM ROW: Bragado Dreyer, Susan Howey, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Hernan 
Quiros, Benjamin Urrutiareina, president; German Carrillosarmiento. NOT IN PANEL: Mario Carrillo, Mrs. Alfonao Gonzales-Caro, Raul 
Padilla, Eduardo Rodriguez, Guillermo Saldarriagagiraldo, Kurt Schenkrainirez, Mrs. Kurt Schenkramirez, Eric Christian. 



Colombian Students Club 



Co-op Extension Club 



The Colombian Students Association was 
organized to communicate the social, cultural, 
and political aspects of Colombia. Member- 
ship is open to all students who are interest- 
ed in acquiring knowledge of Colombia. 

The group takes an active part in Copaca- 
bana, International Week, and intramural soc- 
cer, as well as sponsoring lectures on Latin 
American affairs. Two University students 
spent the summer of 1964 in Colombia under 
a program sponsored by the organization. 



Last year, for the first time, the Co-oper- 
ative Extension Club sponsored a 4-H club in 
Urbana. This activity presented many prob- 
lems similar to those future extension work- 
ers will meet. The highlight of the year was 
the 4-H Club Christmas party with the mayor 
as Santa Claus. Members also taught recre- 
ation leadership in 4-H Clubs 

Various phases of the extension program 
were emphasized at meetings. Several stu- 
dents told of their actual work in extension. 



TOP ROW: John Bushman, Lloyd Redington, Charles Rayburn, Thomas Marron, membership chairman; David Whitson, Marilyn Hays, Peter 
Felker. BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Wheeler, recreation chairman; Prof. Ernest Anderson, adviser; Jeanette Brucker, president; Alice Dittmer, 
secretary-treasurer; Joseph Jopek, adviser; Carol Roberts, publicity chairman. NOT IN PANEL: Sarah Warren, vice president. 







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TOP ROW: Peter de Chatel, Jackie Murray, Karen Fuqua, secretary; Nancy Wilbrandt, vice president; Gertrude Simmons, Abdel Abmed. 
SECOND ROW: Charlotte Lestyan, Richard Hutchison, president; Michael Murray, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Tschudy, Gary 
Houdek, Delroy Forbes. 



Cosmopolitan Club 



Dairy Production Club 



The Cosmopolitan Club seeks to cultivate 
intellectual and social exchange among people 
of different nationalities, to encourage schol- 
arship among its members, and to promote a 
spirit of universal brotherhood. 

To further foreign students' knowledge of 
America, the group sponsored several trips. 
A summer project to send a member to India 
is being planned to further Americans' knowl- 
edge of foreign countries. International pol- 
itics and problems are discussed at meetings. 



The Dairy Production Club was organized 
to broaden the knowledge of all students and 
faculty members who are interested in dairy 
production and to stimulate more interest and 
appreciation in the dairy industry. 

The club cooperated with Hoof and Horn 
in sponsoring a fall showmanship contest. It 
consigned a dairy calf to the Purebred Dairy 
Cattle Association Calf Sale for members of 
4-H and the F. F. A. This helped to defray 
the expenses of the Dairy Judging Team. 



TOP ROW: Fred Welker, Richard Ronna, Kenneth Hails, Laurence Johnson, William Meyer, Thomas Hall, John Bushman, Rodger Hay, 
William Hornback, Robert Pritchard. SECOND ROW: David Witt, Albert Lenkaitis, Robert Ringler, Irwin Immel, Claude Jones, Ronald 
Heisner, Donald McCabe, Lyn Ash, Prof. Sidney Spahr, adviser; Prof. Kenton Kendall, adviser; Prof. Emmet Ormiston, adviser. BOTTOM 
ROW: Ida Alison, Ronald Debatin, president; Charles Condon, treasurer; Roger Musselman, secretary; David Ruppert, vice president; Frederick 
Cluskey, Agriculture Council representative; Ronald Henrichs, reporter; Karol Muraski. 





TOP ROW: Terry Campbell, Prof. Ernest Herreid, Prof. Reid Milner, Muhsin Aishabibi, N. Sundararajan, Shuryo Nakai. FIFTH ROW: 
Prof. Harold Wilson, Michael Campbell, Tian Lao, Nicholas Melachouris. FOURTH ROW: Sudhir Gupta, Chilecampalli Reddy, Gerald 
Johnson, Ernst Langner, Mario Williams. THIRD ROW: Sabah Al-Kishtaini, Richard Perlmutter, Gary Young, Thomas Hall, Irwin Immel, 
Richard Larson, Surjan Singh, Stanley Brewbaker. SECOND ROW: Yonih Lee, Karol Muraski, Ida Alison, Marlene Gaertner, Mary Stalder' 
Queishiow Hwang, Araceli Dolendo. BOTTOM ROW: Prof. Joseph Tobias, Fredrick Cluskey, vice president; Norris Munton, Ronald Eiten- 
miller, treasurer; Stanley Iwanicki, Curtis Myers, president; Tommy Crossman, secretary; Prof. Stewart Tuckey. 



Dairy Technology Society Delta Sigma Omicron 



The aim of the Dairy Technology Society 
is the advancement of knowledge for the mu- 
tual benefit of both undergraduate and grad- 
uate students in the Dairy Technology field. 

The University of Illinois Dairy Products 
judging team is sponsored by the group. The 
team this year sent four members to the in- 
ternational judging contest in Montreal. Since 
the team has been under the coaching of Dr. 
Joseph Tobias, it has won five team national 
championships and six individual ones. 



Delta Sigma Omicron is a service frater- 
nity composed of disabled students. The club 
sponsors wheelchair football and the Illinois 
Gizz Kids Track and Field team. In co-oper- 
ation with Delta Sigma Omicron, Inc., the lo- 
cal group publishes Sigma Signs, the annual 
magazine, which has a world wide circulation. 

The purposes of the group are to further 
the social and educational possibilities of the 
disabled and to educate the public as to how 
the disabled may enjoy a normal life. 



TOP ROW: Michael Berry, Mary Koblitz, Miles O'Loughlin, Gilbert Fink, William Johnson, Alan Love, Jean Little, Vincent Falardeau, presi- 
dent. BOTTOM ROW: William Smith, Cheryl Summers, Gloria Lanspery, Nancy Price, alumni secretary; Joanna Cornett, secretary; Mary 
Brainard, Kathleen Buettner, Ella Cox, James McMahon. NOT IN PANEL: Raymond Parker, vice president; Florence Leonard, treasurer. 



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TOP ROW: Kenneth Rathke, Robert Eksten, William Keefner, Daniel Przybylski, Roy Lockhart, Jeffrey Blackman, Dennis Jacobsen, Raymond 
Janis, John McLaughlin, John O'Brien, Randall Schaeffer, Arthur Mann, Edward Jeanblanc. THIRD ROW: Robert Blettner, Donald Patz, 
Martin Birnbaum, Arthur Burkett, James Dollahan, Edwin Scharlau, Steven Zipkoff, William Kraft, James Gleich, Ronald Levine, David 
Alexander, Kenneth Felsman, Jon Barnickel. SECOND ROW: Daniel Kaufman, James Schelling, Paul Lohneis, chancellor; Prof. Emerson 
Cammack, William Locander, president; Harry Heffelfinger, senior vice president; Daniel Milligan, junior vice president; Stephen Crane. 
BOTTOM ROW: Victor Braca, Thomas Campbell, James Schurter, Anthony Stepper, Sheldon Kuperman. 



Delta Sigma Pi 

Delta Sigma Pi, a professional fraternity, 
offers membership to students in commerce 
and business administration. Founded in 1922, 
Upsilon chapter has initiated nearly 600 men. 
The fraternity's purpose is to relate business 
subjects to practice in the business world. 

The year's activities included professional 
guest speaker programs and trips to firms in 
Chicago and Peoria. Social events included 
faculty-student luncheons, two dinner dances, 
hayrides, and various sports events. 



Delta Sigma Theta 

Delta Sigma Theta, a service sorority for 
Negro college women, stresses high scholas- 
tic achievement as a requirement for partici- 
pation in the society today. The aims of the 
group are based on the principles of cultural 
enrichment and social welfare. 

The local chapter has participated in such 
programs as the Urban League, "Little Girls" 
at the YWCA, Illini House, and the Pal Pro- 
gram. The group's program is aimed toward 
job opportunities, service, and understanding. 






TOP ROW: Constance Rolison, president; Carol Easton, Hattie Hilliard, recording secretary; Cornelia Houston, Jeannette Seaberry, Sandra 
Tilly, vice president; Carolyn Banks, corresponding secretary; Timmie McNeese, Sylvia Tyler, sponsor. BOTTOM ROW: Charlotte Reed, 
Mollie Todd, Carolyn Young, Sandra Wesson, Sharon Seaberry, Patricia Yeatman, Doris Whalum. 






TOP ROW: Lorraine Abbott, adviser. BOTTOM ROW: Carol Larson, Linda Kec, Johanne Delba, Marv Strandin, unidentified. NOT IN 
PANEL: Margaret Green, Nancy Hallock, Michaleen Sawka, Carol Grodzins, Rachel Slaughter, Sandy Heilig. 



Dorado Club 



Eta Kappa Nu 



The Dorado Club prepares swimmers to 
meet the requirements of the Terrapin Club. 
Members are selected on their performances 
in Terrapin Club tryouts. Those who show 
ability, but who are not yet qualified to be in 
Terrapin, may join this apprentice club. 

The organization's objective is to improve 
understanding of the aquatic art. At meetings 
members practice stunts and strokes and try 
improvising to music. Dorado members also 
take part in the Terrapin water show. 



Eta Kappa Nu was founded at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois in 1904 to recognize outstand- 
ing scholarship in electrical engineering. 

The bi-monthly meetings feature speakers 
in the field of electrical engineering from in- 
dustry and the University. Each semester, at 
the Initiation Banquet, the group presents an 
award to the outstanding senior in the curric- 
ulum. A refresher course is sponsored by 
the society before the professional engineer's 
exam for the benefit of the students. 



TOP ROW: Roger Uhlhorn, John Robertson, David Keune, Roger Angel, Charles Jeschke, Neil Bennett, Raymond Runquist, William Warnock, 
Arthur Volsen, Donald Ackerson, Marcus Bunting, Richard Donze. SECOND ROW: Bruce Blosat, corresponding secretary and bridge corre- 
spondent; Richard Lerche, treasurer; James Davis, president; William Albright, Edward Stredde, vice president; Curt Wittig, recording secretary; 
Joseph Cornellier. BOTTOM ROW: John Adam, Raymond Jackson, Lester Holland, Michael Tomasic, Tim Erin, Richard Smirl. 



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riculum and problems within the college. 



Engineering Council 



Engineering Council is the student 

governing body of the College of Engineering. 

Its purpose is to co-ordinate engineering 

student activities. The Council works to 

improve the effectiveness 

of the engineering professional societies, 

to increase rapport between students 

and faculty, and to aid in 

planning and executing combined programs 

of the engineering societies such as St. 

Pat's Ball. Membership is composed of two 

representatives from each engineering society. 




TOP ROW: James, Watters, vice president; Carol Lester, cor- 
responding secretary; Alan Mohr, president. BOTTOM ROW: 
Michael Hora, recording secretary; Robert Carlson, treasurer. 



TOP ROW: Kenneth Jerina, Prof. James Leach, Lester Holland, Larry Bertschi, William Wendell, James Dechant, Glenn Schmidt, Donad 
Johnston, Nelson Rowe, James Nicol, Joseph Pope, Michael Baloun, Eugene Moriarty, Edward Miller, Phillip Fisher, unidentified. SECOND 
ROW: Stuart Umpleby, Carol Lester, James Watters, Alan Mohr, Michael Hora, Robert Carlson, Patricia Sora, Michael Tomasic. BOTTOM 
ROW: Joseph Audy, Donald Klug, Charles Hloth, George Harvey, Terry Bradley, Michael Torgersen, Paul Dapkus, Warren Maciag. 




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TOP ROW : Billy Brooks, Wayne Peugh, George Keller, Wayne Carlson, Victor Johnsen, Terrence Pocklington, Kenneth Baker George Peverly 
Edward Kallal, Virgil Meier, Charles Watson, Thomas Hoffmann, Duane Rapp, Steven Winter, Thomas Hunsley, Thomas Pearse SECOND 
ROW: Larry Ruhl, Paul Boyles, Dale Meyer, Richard Hurelbrink, Charles Prior, Douglas Pool, Don Bilyeu, Donald O'Neall, Harold Kleiss 
Donald Owings, Roger Smith, Richard Lohman, William Hartman, Richard Conn, George Palmer, Lee Jacobs, Frederick Heal BOTTOM 
ROW: Prof. Ambrose Burger, Nelson Baumgartner, Larry Beaty, vice president; Charles Gaede, president; Charles Freed, secretary John Doll 
treasurer; John Hedrick, Prof. Burns Sabey. 



Field and Furrow Club 



Finance Club 



The Field and Furrow Club seeks to ad- 
vance knowledge concerning crops and soils 
and to encourage co-operation among students 
in agronomy. The group recognized its out- 
standing members at the spring Achievement 
Award Banquet, which featured a speaker. 

The Standard Soils Project sponsored by 
the group provided aids for both high school 
agriculture instructors and soil testing techni- 
cians in Illinois. Members were also active 
in national soil judging contests. 



In spring of 1965, the Finance Club was 
instituted as an informal social-academic club. 
Its purpose is to acquaint the members with 
the practical end of financial management and 
operation in the Midwest and to increase the 
knowledge of finance students. 

Highlights of the activities this year have 
included three field trips to Chicago. The 
members visited various financial institutions. 
With speakers at every monthly meeting, the 
club became well established. 



TOP ROW: Allyn Brooks, Raymond Janis, Dennis Klima, Thomas Riggs, James Stanko, vice president; Richard Buchanan, John Ries, William 
Glover. SECOND ROW: Prof. Harlan Patterson, John Pike, Elmer Dickson, Edward Jeanblanc, Paul Sotos, Donald Johnson, Leonard Donofrio, 
William Hummer, Paul Van Arsdell. BOTTOM ROW: Kerry Bamond, Patricia White, secretary; Stephen Pyhrr, president; Brian Harris, 
vice president; Theodore Spanbauer. NOT IN PANEL: Larry Sydes, treasurer. 



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TOP ROW: David Niemann, Agriculture Council representative; Dearmand Hull, Stanley Binnie, Loren Swartley, Thomas Jagler, Lyn Bayer, 
Broderick Billeter, Donald Saupe, Gail Foster. SECOND ROW: Gerald Paulson, Ronald Spanbauer, Stephen Pyhrr, Donald Newcomb, Phillip 
Harms, Walter Behumdt, Dale Kotnour, Robert Stadin, Thomas Hodges. BOTTOM ROW: William Torsberg, Cecelia Pepple, Judith Heffington, 
William Blaine, treasurer; Theodore Spanbauer, president; Judith Powell, Louise Wolfe, Prof. John Gartner. NOT IN PANEL: Thomas Allen, 
vice president; David Peterson, secretary; Kenneth Schumacher, Kenneth Quandt, Douglas Aniballi. 



Floriculture Club 



Foundrymen's Society 



To promote the use of flowers and orna- 
mental plants in homes is the purpose of the 
Floriculture Club. Both students and faculty 
members interested in this field attended the 
monthly meetings which featured speakers. 

The club sponsored a flower judging con- 
test similar to the five which they have won 
during the past eight years. They presented 
a flower arrangement show and held a plant 
sale for Mother's Day Weekend. A banquet 
was held in the spring for senior members. 



The American Foundrymen's Society en- 
courages interest in the field of cast metals. 
Special emphasis is placed on practical appli- 
cation and future technology of cast metals in 
projects sponsored by the group. The chap- 
ter is one of fourteen in the national group. 

In the fall members traveled to Peoria to 
view the foundry facilities of the Caterpiller 
Tractor Corporation. Receiving the monthly 
magazine, "Modern Castings," every member 
is kept informed about the field. 



TOP ROW: Thomas Beveridge, Ramon Kohler, Ralph Reed, Edward Kiedaisch, Raymond Rossbacher. THIRD ROW: Alan Mossell, John 
Kreid, James Nerstrom, Charles Stinnett, Hugh Shown. SECOND ROW: Darrell Novak, Thomas Eckman, Marcus Van Winkle, Ronald Christo- 
pher. BOTTOM ROW: William Sherry, Thomas Cameron, treasurer; William Wendell, chairman; Stephen Doll. NOT IN PANEL: Edmund 
Fredland, vice chairman; Prof. James Leach. 





TOP ROW: Patricia Porter, Mary Rubin, Carol Keller, Margaret Porta, Susan Eckert, Michele Reingold. SECOND ROW: Diane Brown, 
Marlene Piecuch, treasurer; Carolyn Ehrlicher, vice president; Ronda Kerschner, president; Karen Schien, secretary; Roberta Herbert. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Susan Read, Carolle Shotts, Ellen Miller, Janet Zimmerman, Lois Davis. NOT IN PANEL: Janet Crawford, Patricia Garrison, 
Sharon Holt, Sharon Kendall, Judith Miller, Sandra Nelson, Arlene Ruksza, Clione Stewart, Eve Sonneman, Nanci Simkins, Nancy Cerf, Janet 
Kinderman, Patricia McManamon, Diane Schmidt. 



Gamma Alpha Chi 



Gamma Delta 



Gamma Alpha Chi bears the distinction of 
being the one fraternity for women involved 
in advertising. Any woman interested in this 
or a related field is eligible for membership 
in this professional organization. 

The club offers a variety of programs to 
provide its members with practical experience 
in the area of advertising. The girls encoun- 
ter prominent men and women from the field 
and visit agencies. There the Gamma Alpha 
Chi's witness the world of communications. 



The varied activities of Gamma Delta, an 
international association of Lutheran students, 
helped fulfill goals of knowledge and service. 
The group met every Sunday for a cost sup- 
per, followed by a program and a short de- 
votion. The year's programs concerned "The 
Christian and the World." 

Members served the Chapel and Student 
Center by trimming Christmas trees, cleaning 
the kitchen, helping as ushers, and singing in 
the choir on Sundays. 



TOP ROW: Dennis Kelley, Darrell Novak, Jay Means, Gregg Giesler, Claus Rode, Richard Kuhr, Alan Stahl. THIRD ROW: Katherine Stu- 
benrauch, Elaine Sokol, Carole Walther, Farole Fisher, Laurita Urbrock, Barbara Kellert, Virginia Wassmann, Jeanne Bowling. SECOND 
ROW: Rev. R. T. Eissfeldt, Richard Beitz, president; Jerome Paul, vice president; Carol Nesheim, secretary; Paul Nystrom, treasurer; Timothy 
Spannaus, program chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Harold Nicholson, DuWayne Olson, Thomas Mueller, Donald Klug. 



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TOP ROW: Ray DePauw, Steven Jonas, Jack Brown. BOTTOM ROW: Terry Bradley, treasurer; Michael Wyffels, vice president; Robert 
Giles, president; James Freed, secretary 



Gamma Epsilon 



Gargoyle Society 



Gamma Epsilon is an honor society which 
recognizes those who have exhibited outstand- 
ing scholastic ability, character, and participa- 
tion in activities in General Engineering. An 
undergraduate student enrolled in the Depart- 
ment of General Engineering becomes eligible 
for membership by attaining a 4.1 average by 
the time he has completed 60 semester hours. 

Twenty-two students have been honored by 
this society in the three years it has been at 
the University of Illinois. 



Gargoyle Society is a scholastic honorary 
for architecture students. Its purposes are 
to reward scholarship and to encourage fel- 
lowship and communication of ideas between 
the students and the faculty. 

Pledges are chosen on the basis of schol- 
arship, character, and ability in architecture. 
Prospective members are acquainted with the 
society during pledge smokers. Pledge duties 
include assisting at the reception for visising 
alumni during Homecoming weekend. 



TOP ROW: Robert Anderson, Nicky Cheung, John Clinton, Kenneth Kostal, Melvin Frank, Chester Witczak, Gasper Sciacca, Gerald Spoolstra, 
Walter Lewis, David Hanser, Calvin Peck, Louis Narcisi, Ronald Shattil, Douglas Moser, Gerald Brin, Verne Knoll, Warren Gast, Robert Arndt, 
William Cullen. THIRD ROW: Driver Lindsay, Harold Young, Christopher Chan, Eric Anderson, Stephen Nitekman, Daniel Lackowski, Robert 
Young, Jerome Ritter, Paul Linney, Keith Jenkins, Daniel MacGilvray, Gene Clements, John Zils, Peter Smith, Thomas Behles, Jack Swing. 
SECOND ROW: Richard Williams, Linwood Brightbill, John Replinger, Alan Laing, Edmund Toth, adviser; Granville Keith, Robert Link, 
Stephen Tang, Gabriel Guevrekian, Robert Ford. BOTTOM ROW: Frederic Moyer, James Gibson, Jack Baker, Leland Roth, president; Michael 
Plautz, vice president; James Stanek, secretary; Richard Barocca, treasurer; Walker Johnson, Robert Smith. 



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TOP ROW: Prof. Morris Scheinman, Robert Zumstein, Gerald Dougherty, John Weibel, Gary Marcucci, John Crisel, David Reyes-Guerra, 
adviser; Prof. Gordon Matrin, Ray DePauw, Kenneth Gehrke, Michael Luepke, Lothar Schroeder, Prof. Bernt Larson. BOTTOM ROW: Robert 
Giles, Elizabeth Collette, Carolyn Lester, James Willett, president; Jack Brown, vice president; Paul Sahlin, Donald Johnston, secretary; Terry 
Bradley, treasurer; Walter Ziel, Russell Hurliman. 



General Engineers Society 



Hillel Foundation 



The Illinois Society of General Engineers 
stresses activities that will prepare the young 
engineer for the future and make him aware 
of demands which will be made on him after 
graduation. The diversified programs include 
talks given by speakers from industry, an in- 
dustrial trip, and participation in Engineering 
Open House each spring. 

The annual student-faculty bowling tourna- 
ment draws a host of participants. A trophy 
is awarded to the winning team. 



B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, the spiritual 
home of students of the Jewish faith on the 
campus, fulfiills the function of co-ordinating 
the academic life of the student with the her- 
itage of his religion. To attain this goal, the 
foundation sponsors programs encompassing a 
wide range of activities. 

The program for 1965-66 included a ser- 
ies of guest lecturers following Friday night 
services, Sunday night dinners, and a Chanu- 
kah Lotke-Hamentaschen Symposium. 



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TOP ROW: Kathleen Mueller, Katherine Harris, Patricia Dixon, Cathy Ellerbusch, Ruth Forys, Carol Roberts, Marilyn Hays, Audrey Doyle, 
Carol Puckett. TENTH ROW: Nancy Maxwell, secretary; Cynthia Colvin, Marilyn Wheeler, Janice Julian, Gayla Wolter. NINTH ROW: 
Carol Kieser, Dorothy Paydon, Nancy Papili, Ellen Irwin, Karen Dulgar, Lavetta Meyer, Margaret Malone, Doris Morse, Carol Keller. EIGHTH 
ROW: Kathryn Freeland, Elaine Yunker, Joyce Miller, Mary Arganbright, vice president; Helen Gerken, Betsy Furrh. SEVENTH ROvV: Mary 
Smith, Susan Henry, Sue Ehrhart, Victoria Musgrave, Jeanne DeLuca, Nancy Mueller, Mary McQueen, Donna Levin, Arlene Missavage. 
SIXTH ROW: Nancy Hubbard, Geraldine Barth, Elizabeth Moretz, Ann Messman. FIFTH ROW: Mary Dey, Diane Ferger, Pamela Loomis, 
Geraldine Rennhack, Margaret Price, Diane Steiner, Linda Bale, Kirma Pearce, Collene King, adviser. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Stillens, 
Elizabeth Gaede, Barbara Bible, Andrea Pearce, Diane Dobry, Sherry Adair, Vicky Moss, Barbara Lake. THIRD ROW: Frances LaFont, adviser; 
Janet Ely, Patricia O'Kain, Judith Hoppin, Delores Leimbach, Karen Lehman, Carol Nesheim, Katherine Emerson. SECOND ROW: Marilou 
Tucker, Kathleen Schlesinger, Karen Pennell, Catherine Christoe, Nancy Riedell, Willie DeBerry. BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Trisler, president: 
Carol Wise, Patricia Johnston, Carolyn Kenneaster, Cynthia Kendall, Margaret Andrews, Carol Wandschneider. NOT IN PANEL: Carolyn 
Burkybile, Wendelyn Lindbeck, Bonnie Bogenholm, Georgia Anargyros, Frances Tsao, Mary Manns, Bertha Bradt, Helen Anderson, Esther 
Schrader. 






Home Economics Club 



Home Economics Council 



"Building Your Future" is the theme of the 
Isabel Bevier Home Economics Club. Pur- 
poses of the club are to further social rela- 
tions among students and faculty, to increase 
knowledge in fields related to home econom- 
ics, and to strengthen professional attitudes in 
members of the group. 

Any home economics student is eligible to 
be a member and attend the meetings. This 
brings together both graduate and undergrad- 
uate students with common interests. 



Home Economics Student Council, a co-or- 
dination center for the Department of Home 
Economics, is a body of representatives who 
are from all the home economics honoraries, 
organizations, and classes. The body encour- 
ages departmental unity and works to promote 
better student-faculty relations. 

Freshman Committee, a subsidiary organi- 
zation of the Council, helps freshmen to feel 
part of the department by corresponding with 
them in summer and sponsoring a fall tea. 



TOP ROW: Wendelyn Lindbeck, secretary-treasurer; Janet Steggerda, communications chairman; Prof. Esther Brown, adviser; Sue Ann Erhardt, 
Mary Arganbright, Ann Trampe, president. BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Trisler, Nancy Mueller, Cheryl Smith, Carol Roberts. 





TOP ROW: David Almy, Don Bilyeu, James Scott, David Cox, John McClendon, Ronald McClelland, Frederick Mohr, James Wright, James 
Schaefges, Thomas Geistler, Robert Kennedy, Leo Ferrell, Richard Jurgens, Carl Burkybile, Robert Betzelberger, Nancy Kelly, Carol Bankson. 
THIRD ROW: James Herm, Larry Brown, William Flack, Ross Peter, Larry Krusemark, Francis Morris, Richard Brass, Roger Smith, Dale 
Burkybile, William Kuhfuss, John Hedrick, Frank Whitney, Harry Podschwit, Marshall Ramme, John Dittmer, Gale Bennett. SECOND ROW: 
Bennie Doane, John Peterson, John Huston, Warren Fink, Charles Bloomberg, president; Clarence Starkweather, vice president; Dan Hoge, 
Philip Schleeter, treasurer; James Lindgren, secretary; Prof. Bud Harmon, adviser. BOTTOM ROW: Gene Zumwalt, Steven Wendell, Richard 
Wax, James Klokkenga, Kenneth Urban, Gene Curtis, Daniel Friant, Douglas Deems. 



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One of the largest clubs on campus, Hoof 
and Horn Club is an organization of students 
who have interests in animal science and its 
related fields. The purpose of the club is to 
sponsor the livestock and meat judging teams 
that compete in contests on a national level. 

Membership in the club is awarded to any 
student who earns five points through meeting 
attendance and committee work. The monthly 
meetings feature speakers from the field of 
applied animal science. 



The Institute of Electrical and Electronics 
Engineers is a student branch of the world's 
largest professional engineering society. The 
organization provides students with an oppor- 
tunity to hear outstanding speakers, see films 
on applied engineering, and become acquainted 
with the electrical engineering faculty. 

Last fall over one hundred members went 
to Chicago to attend the National Electronics 
Conference where they participated in techni- 
cal sessions and saw new products displayed. 



TOP ROW: Howard Levitan, treasurer; Edward Silha, publicity chairman; James Tysiak, recording secretary; David Heffner, corresponding 
secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Donald Klug, Engineering Council representative; William O'Brien, vice chairman; Prof. Paul Egbert, adviser; 
Lester Holland, chairman. 





TOP ROW: Forrest Green, Richard Greffe, Alan Ruwe, Raymond Klingler, David Goodwin, James Craddock, Harold Helland, Kenneth 
Frantzen, Frank Morski, Richard Regniet, Gerald Cluskey, Alan Kalitzky, Kenneth Julian, Gene Katus, William Charneski, Earl Rosenberg, 
Lewellyn Umstot, Timothy Brown, James Ginther, David Herrera, Leslie Kramer, David McConnell, John Flaig, Bernard Gray. FOURTH 
ROW: Joseph Cich, John Hull, Richard Colyer, David Russell, Charles Allen, James Skogsberg, Thomas Bodle, Roger Strohman, William 
Cocagne, James Ransom, Scott Swaner, Allen Coleman, John Gilster, Raymond Rundquist, George Pagels, William Burdick, Jerome Williams, 
Allen Krodel, Daniel Fox, Stanley Pogue, David Thompson, James Nanniga, Kenneth Geach, Wayne Schmidt, Kenneth Welch. THIRD ROW: 
David Andalman, Richard Rupnow, Gary Gross, Kevin Keller, Ronald Moutvic, Stephen Lambert, Michael Allard, Ronald Morrison, Elizabeth 
Koranyi, Merle Chamberlin, Elizabeth Collette, Charles Pirnat, Prof. Robert Jewett, Kenneth Jerina, Michael Dec, Barry Ehrman, William 
Smith. SECOND ROW: John Airola, Walter Kaminski, Russell Snyder, Henry Skokowski, Richard Mann, Thomas Ash, Michael Petri, Randall 
Monroe, Donald Hoffman, Adeboyega Adewunmi, Harvey Checkman, Kenneth Hang, Steven Highland, Stewart Messman, Edward Cox, David 
Harris, Bruce Hoff, James Lee, Alan Bettisch, Steven Wilder. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Douglas, Walter Ziel, John Phipps, Robert Fricke, Daniel 
Wilson, William O'Brien, Larry Kluskens, Ronald Parchem, Trevor Overton, William Gosewelle, Howard Havlik, Rene Fuentes, William Stasek, 
Fred MacMurdo, James Baird, John Stapleton, John Crisel. 

Illinois Society of Professional Engineers 



The student chapter of the 
Illinois Society of Professional 
Engineers is an organization 
to which all undergraduate 
engineering students may belong. 
The purpose of the 
student chapter is to strive 
for unity among all 
engineers by encouraging the 
professional development 
of each member. 
In an effort to reach all 
engineering students the chapter 
held a membership 
campaign which nearly doubled 
the previous membership. 
One of the main 
goals of the society is to 
encourage professional registra- 
tion. Thus one of 
the most important functions 
of the student chapter 
is to publicize the 
enginccr-in-training exam which 
the graduating senior may 
take as the initial step toward 
professional regis! rat ion. 
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PROF. ROBERT JEWETT discusses the purpose of I. S. P. E. with several members. 

TOP ROW: Kenneth Jerina, Engineering Council; Michael Allard, treasurer; Prof. Robert 
Jewett, adviser; Stephen Lambert, Engineering Council. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Morrison, 
vice president; Charles Pirnat, president; Scot Taylor, secretary. 





I OP ROW: George Gnce, William Sivula, Bruce Greenwood, Craig Greenwood, Dennis Hensley, Robert Haugen. FOURTH ROW- James 
Lanter, Richard Young, James Oberweis, Bert Kidd, Melvin Caruso. THIRD ROW: Carter Klein, David Stanczak, Norman Gordon, vice 
president; Scott Hernck, president; Robert Marshall. SECOND ROW: Brooks Hill, coach; Judith Maxwell, Lynne Myers, Monica Manning 
Carol Larson, Becky Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Lowell Hull, David Vancil, coach; Lynette Anderson, Nancy Mihevc, secretary; Laura Schultz 
Prof. Joseph Wenzel, director of forensics; Frederick Klein. NOT IN PANEL: Nan Clatt, Eric Jorgensen, Margaret Lenien, Kenneth Search', 
Sylvia Singleton, John Schunck, coach. 



Forensic Association 



Marketing Association 



The University of Illinois is officially re- 
presented in intercollegiate debate, discussion, 
and various other public speaking activities by 
the Illini Forensic Association members. In 
past years, the group has achieved high rank- 
ings in state and regional competition. 

Members conducted the weekly radio pro- 
gram, Illini Forum, on station WILL. They 
also sponsored several parliamentary debates 
with visiting teams, including one from Great 
Britain. These were open to all students. 



The Illini Marketing Association acquaints 
interested students with the current marketing 
trends and opportunities in the business field. 
Executives of leading firms spoke on market- 
ing, advertising, and management opportuni- 
ties at the monthly meetings. 

For the annual field trip, members visited 
Chicago business firms and viewed marketing 
functions. In their two day stay they were 
guests of Helene Curtis, Sears, Roebuck and 
Co., and J. Walter Thompson. 



TOP ROW: Mary Whitfill, Karen Richter, Hideki Hagiwara, Hiroshi Kawakami, Gregory Cohn, Jesse Goldberg, Thomas Ernst, Roger Zmrhal 
Roger Puta, Larry Ross, Gladys Hruby, Judith Conroy. THIRD ROW: Patricia Stephens, Marilyn Darby, Phyllis Blackman, Betty Mitchell, 
Jack Ricks, assistant treasurer; Jon Mohr, vice president; John Conlon, Commerce Council respresentative; Carol Keller, Greta Gustafson, Eliza- 
beth Moretz. SECOND ROW: John Schmidt, special events; Enid Stottrup, secretary- treasurer; John Kettle, vice president; Prof. Robert 
Mitchell, William George, president; Debra Hurson, corresponding secretary; Sara Thornton, vice president. BOTTOM ROW: Gerald Colbert, 
Tom Harvey, Hal Thompson, Michael Garfield. 






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Illini Foresters 



Illini Foresters was founded in 1958 with a 
membership of six. Last year ninety 
active members, including 
forestry students, faculty, and alumni, 
participated in the club's program of activities. 
During the fall semester, the foresters 
held a freshman bonfire, attended the 
Midwestern Foresters Conclave, and sold Christ- 
mas trees to finance club projects. 
Participating in the Family Camping Show 
at Illini Grove and sponsoring a 
student-staff picnic, the group concluded the 
year's events with an honors banquet. 







TOP ROW: Larry Foster, treasurer; Richard Courter, Agriculture 
Council representative; Wayne Kammerer, secretary; John Fink, 
vice president. BOTTOM ROW: John Humphreys, president. 



TOP ROW: Prof. Theodore Yocom, Frederick Wheeler, William Fadden, Richard Bernard, Thomas Jacob, Marshall England, Wayne Kam- 
merer, Donald Rockwood, Richard Courter, Don Kahon, Richard Lawrence, Carl Henderson, David Randolph, Stephen Cosgrove, Roger 
Smith. FOURTH ROW: John Fink, William Rund, Larry Foster, Stanley Sipp, David Curry, George Ralph, Robert Magnuson, David Vance, 
Gary Rolfe, Burns Davison, Richard Mroczynski, John Felix-Williams, Todd McNutt, Allan Lhotka. THIRD ROW: James Whittington, Roger 
Cogswell, Julius Monterastelli, Richard Carkin, Ronald Bienias, Michael McCartney, Alan Detmers, Ronald Greenwood, William Voyles, 
Raymond Kalinowski, William Colbrese, Saulius Brazdys, Jeffrey Gailiun, Douglas Beardsley, Lawrence Biggins, John Schuldt, Prof. Robert 
Rennels. SECOND ROW: Douglas Ziesemer, Harry Frisby, Steven Ricketts, Charles Wilson, Lester Arnold, Mark Wilson, William Schmidt, 
Stephen Rapp, James Henderson, Gerald Nordin. BOTTOM ROW: John Humphreys. 



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TOP ROW: Larry Jacobs, Hachikyu; Mikio Ishimaru, Shodan, founder and former chief instructor; David May, Gokyu; Anthony Girolami, 
Rokkyu; Harold Bartlett, Gokyu, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Barkley, Hachikyu, secretary; Shotiro Sugiyama, Sandan, regional director 
of Karate in the Midwest; Stephen Palmberg, Sankyu, chief instructor. NOT IN PANEL: James Kaplafka, Gokyu, president; Peter Trescott, 
Gokyu, vice president. 



MASTERS MR. ENOEDA and Mr. Shiarai demonstrate throw- 
ing techniques at a Karate demonstration. 




Illini Karate Kai 



Illini Karate Kai, an affiliate of the 

Japan Karate Association, was established to 

foster the development of Karate at the 

University. A method of self-defense without the 

use of weapons, Karate makes 

effective and rational use 

of the entire body. Development of the 

character of the individual mentally as well as 

physically is also stressed. 

Beginning and advanced classes in 

Combat-Contest Karate for both men and women 

are taught by instructors in the group. 



ROBERT HAMILTON BLOCKS with jodan age uke as Harold Bartlett performs yoko tobi kekomi 
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TOP ROW: George Steil, Donald Meyer, Thomas Hale, James Nicol, president. BOTTOM ROW: John Stapleton, Joseph Flaig, George Harvey, 
treasurer. NOT IN PANEL: Allen Ice, Charles French, Larry Wooldridge, Roger Blomquist, Craig Dutton, Roy Schauble, Robert Martinich, 
Patrick Curran, Prof. Henry Stillwell, adviser; George Wojtko, James Web, Kevin Keller, Karl Forsstrom, William Huyler, Stephen Davis, 
Prof. Robert McCloy, Edwin Fitzhugh, Larry Gustafson, Lennard Paulsen, Dennis Jeck, Robert Kohl, Ronald Timpson, John Dennis. 



Insitute of Aeronautics 



Illi — Sota 



The principal aerospace technical society 
in the nation, the American Institute of Aero- 
nautics and Astronautics, includes all the lead- 
ers of the country's aerospace program. At 
monthly meetings of the local student branch, 
speakers from the aerospace industry or the 
Armed Forces presented topics of current 
interest in the field of aeronautics. 

Co-operation between students and faculty 
members was encouraged by sporting events 
and an Engineering Open House project. 



The first chapter of the Illini Student Oc- 
cupational Therapy Association was founded 
at the University of Illinois in 1944. Its pur- 
pose is to give interested students an oppor- 
tunity to learn of the manifold possibilities as 
an occupational therapist. 

Guests at meetings included such persons 
as Major Eileen Treach, Army Medical Spe- 
cialists Corps Counselor, who informed stu- 
dents about the United States Army Occupa- 
tional Therapy Program. 



TOP ROW: Gary Wade, Susan Stelter, Jacquelyn Johnson, Judith Loving, Cynthia Brown, Holly Lessin, Helen Meilahn, Beth Goldstein, Diane 
Potter. SECOND ROW: Jeanette Beringer, Margo Mansfield, Katherine Jensen, Karen Conrad, Adele Schwitz, Sue Allen, Karen Kemling, Barbara 
Leighton, Diane Palmquist. BOTTOM ROW: Melanie Thomas, Sonja Lindberg, Marilyn Melton, Michelle Caniff, president; Sandra Berger, 
vice president; Kathleen Mellor, corresponding secretary; Gail Powers. NOT IN PANEL: Rhonda Yoelin, recording secretary; Mary Koblitz, 
treasurer. 





TOP ROW: Robert Winter, external vice president; Richard Deering, president; Sana Abdelsamad, internal vice president; Paul Vanrompuy 
BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Holiner, social chairman; Marlene Bluthmenthal, publicity chairman; Patricia Crosby, secretary. 



International Club 



Kappa Delta Pi 



The Association of International Students 
is a social-cultural organization which brings 
together both American and foreign students 
for the purpose of mutual understanding and 
friendship. The group sponsors a series of 
Friday night forums at which members meet 
for a program, refreshments, and dancing. 

AIS presents a lecture series, which has 
included debates on the India-Pakistan issue. 
The organization also co-sponsors the annual 
International Fair held in the Illini Union. 



The Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an 
education honor society, was founded on the 
University of Illinois campus by Dr. William 
C. Bagley. From the honorary's birth in 1911, 
Kappa Delta Pi has continued to encourage in 
its members a higher degree of dedication to 
social service through education. 

To attain this end, Alpha Chapter has con- 
tinually endeavored to maintain the highest of 
standards in educational work. The members 
take pride in their service. 



TOP ROW: Joyce Firebaugh, treasurer; Betty Borling, corresponding secretary; Gelinda Sirota, recording secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Prof. 
Walter Kaulfers, faculty adviser; Lois Mickey, president; Richard Biberstine, vice president; Feme Crouse, historian. 




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TOP ROW: Barbara Krohta, Nancy Goodman, Stanley Stroup, George McConaghy, Terry Wiggs, William Plater, Rebecca Moake, Jo Ann 
VanHook. SECOND ROW: James Anderson, parliamentarian; Ann Cotton, secretary- treasurer; Ruth Ann Linsky, president; Sheila McFalls, 
vice president; Dean Bruce Hinely, adviser. BOTTOM ROW: Barry Brown, John Heiligenstein, Robert Edbrooke. NOT IN PANEL: James 
Dollahan, Alan Cook, Steve Gunther, Drew Sieben. 



L.A.S. Council 



Lutheran Chapel Council 



The LAS Council serves as official liaison 
between the student body and the College 
of Liberal Arts and Sciences. It communi- 
cates the policies and procedures of the Col- 
lege to the students and the criticism and sug- 
gestions of the students to the College, often 
with constructive results. 

Although the LAS College includes about 
ten thousand students, the Council consists of 
twenty-five members selected for their schol- 
arship and ability to criticize constructively. 



Recently adjusting to its new quarters, the 
University Lutheran Chapel, under the direc- 
tion of Chapel Council, has initiated new pro- 
grams in keeping with the expanded facilities. 

Above all, the Center has tried to become 
an integral part in the life of a busy student. 
This general objective is implemented through 
the many programs which include, in addition 
to Sunday morning services, seminars, choir, 
Gamma Delta supper club, credit courses in 
religion, and Women's Guild. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Beitz, Jay Means, Carl Anderson, George Steil, Mrs. Norman Nesheim, the Reverend R. T. Eissfeldt, Frederick 
Mueller, president; Katherine Stubenrauch, secretary; Klaus Kummer, vice president; Richard Hurelbrink. NOT IN PANEL: David Haake, 
treasurer; Doris Kelley, Douglas Waineo, Mrs. Carl Engel. 











TOP ROW: Gary Gardner, president; Nina Lepinsky, Paul Anable, Howard Farkash, Marilyn Lennert, Linda Legare, Martin Minow. BOTTOM 
ROW: Ronald Moyer, Elizabeth Long, secretary-treasurer; Judith Shiplock, Alice Landgren, Prof. Joseph Scott, Joan Scott, Susan Prawl, Elayne 
Halpern, Ervin Wyne. 



Mask and Bauble 



Lutheran Foundation 



Members of Mask and Bauble, an honor- 
ary founded at the University in 1911, are se- 
lected from cast and crew members of Uni- 
versity Theater. To be selected, the students 
must have accrued twenty-five points allotted 
by managers for their work on productions. 
Thirty new members were initiated last year. 

The purpose of the honorary is to recog- 
nize outstanding achievement in all aspects of 
theatrical work — acting, directing, playwright- 
ing, and technical competence. 



Variety and change were key words last 
year at the Lutheran Student Foundation with 
the minister on a leave of absence. The visiting 
ministers often stayed to lead Sunday evening 
discussion groups. The part-time minister led 
study groups during the week. 

A student committee planned events to help 
students look honestly at themselves and their 
faith. The only requirement for membership 
is participation in coffee hours, Sunday eve- 
ning suppers, and an annual smorgasbord. 



TOP ROW: William Hamer, Jon Gross, president; David Johnson, Rev. Bruce Heck. BOTTOM ROW: Turee Allison, Alice Rasmussen, Bar- 
bara Carlson, vice president; Elaine Olson, campus worker; Charlene Koski, secretary. NOT IN PANEL: Steven Broquist, treasurer. 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Lowell Peterson, Robert Mers, treasurer; the Reverend Larry Hill, Lee Pennington, president; Janet Williams, Mary P. 
McCreary, the Reverend James Ray, Kay B. Easton, Laurel Speer, secretary; Martin Mullvain, Nancy Stagg. 



McKinley Foundation 



Mineral Industries 



McKinley seeks through Christian ministry 
to encounter individual and group needs in a 
way such that the life of the University com- 
munity may be strengthened for creative con- 
cern beyond itself. Members of McKinley's 
ministry are thus alert to the joys, sorrows, 
and questions that become central in person's 
lives. McKinley Foundation and Church are 
not ends in themselves, but places from which 
Christians go into the world to free persons 
to be more humanly aware. 



The Mineral Industries Society seeks to 
promote an increasing knowledge of the tech- 
nology and administration of the metallurgical 
and mining industries. Most of the members 
are metallurgical engineering students, but ge- 
ology and mining students are eligible to join. 

Each year members take trips to metallur- 
gical laboratories throughout the Midwest. At 
monthly meetings, distinguished persons asso- 
ciated with engineering are featured. Every 
spring a picnic with the faculty is held. 



TOP ROW: Loyie Sims, Kenneth Dolbow, John Hebeisen, Rodney Bond, William Jandeska, Norris Dahlstrom, Richard Free, Kenneth Ehrlich, 
Gregory Paskiet, jarvis Robertson, John Boeing. SECOND ROW: Edward Vandermohlen, James Dechant, John Lefrere, secretary; James 
Bohlen, vice president; Glenn Schmid, Q.J. Schiene, representative from A.I.M.E.; Prof. Theodore Rowland, adviser; Gordon Smith, president; 
Robert Howe, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Prof. Bernard Ricketts, Prof. Thomas Read, Prof. Arthur Forsyth, Prof. Robert Bohl, Prof. Earl 
Eckel, Prof. Walter Bruckner. 












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TOP ROW: Rae McDowell, Donald Llewellyn, Patricia Moran. THIRD ROW: Paul Anable, Martin Minow, Nina Lepinsky, vice president- 
Marilyn Lennert, Lisbeth Roman, secretary-treasurer. SECOND ROW: Prof. Joseph Scott, John Williams, Prof. Clara Behringer, Gary Gardner 
president; Lorraine Hanson, Prof. Webster Smalley. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Moyer, Prof. Mary Arbenz, Yukiko Llewellyn Prof Genevieve 
Richardson, Gretchen Cornwell, Elizabeth Long, Judith Shiplock. NOT IN PANEL: John Beecher, Prof. Walter Draper, Warren Godfrey 
Prof. Arno Hill, Elizabeth Hiller, Prof. Thomas Sloan, Wesley Swanson, Karl Wallace, Patricia Warren, Ruth Weinard, Bernhard Works' 



Anthony Lincoln. 



Collegiate Players 



Mu Phi Epsilon 



The National Collegiate Players, founded 
at this University in 1928, honors outstanding 
theater performers and crew members. At 
the present time, there are 78 chapters. 

Standards for membership, defined by the 
national organization, are based on scholastic 
standing and theater work. Students are able 
to earn membership points by participating in 
University Theater productions and by taking 
accredited drama courses. An initiation din- 
ner is held each semester. 



Mu Phi Epsilon is an international profes- 
sional music sorority whose primary project 
is music therapy. Some of the activities that 
the local chapter has, included many programs 
at schools for retarded children and nursing 
homes and a weekly radio program on station 
WILL. One of Mu Phi's main functions is 
to usher at all concerts and recitals that are 
sponsored by the School of Music. 

At the bi-monthly meetings, members seek 
to promote musical and academic achievement. 



TOP ROW: Gwen Goldsmith, Joan Squire, Cheryl Bailleu, DiAnne Westerman. SECOND ROW: Sara Miranda Vargas, Janet Kaplan, Sandra 
Kungle, Linda Best, Theresa Turley. BOTTOM ROW: Janet Wood, president; Eileen Hanson, vice president; Joan McGlashan, recording 
secretary; Ilona Pinzke, Sara Baker, corresponding secretary; Marilyn Emery. 







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Naval ROTC 



The Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps Unit 

was established at the University in 1945. 

It is composed of volunteers who 

are selected on the basis of academic ability and 

leadership potential. During their four 

years in the program, the men take 

twenty-fours hours of Navy courses, including naval history, 

weapons, navigation, leadership, and military justice. 

Navy Council, composed of representatives 

of each class, is the governing body of the battalion. 

For the second year, the Exhibition 

Drill Team won Heart of the Nation Drill Meet. 




Capt. J. C. Spitler, Professor of Naval Science. 




NAVY COUNCIL — TOP ROW: John Oakland, Thomas Puhse, William Currer, Malcolm Corner, Robert Nelson, Robert O'Brien, John 
Narncy, Roger McClung, Mathias Schramer, Richard Taylor. BOTTOM ROW: Ted Sigtenhorst, William Kostar, Thomas Hardy, Steven 
Broquist, president; Lt. Knowlton Klinck, adviser; David Evans, Robert Goldfried, Richard Morrison. 



THE EXHIBITION DRILL team under the command of Midn. 
W.L. Kostar commences their precision routine. 



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Kathy Erickson, NROTC Battalion Sponsor. 






RIFLE TEAM-TOP ROW: John Paradis, Norbcrt Thomas, 
Donald Bly, Stephen Eyman. SECOND ROW: Sgt. Billy Page, 
adviser; Laurence Ryan, Steven Bowers, Michael Dec, John 
Fitzhugh, David Jacobsgaard, captain; Maj. Joseph^ Paratore, 
adviser. BOTTOM ROW: John Narney, Charles Goewey, Robert 
Boynton, Alexander Goloff. 




Comdr. R. W. Rogers, Executive Officer. 




Naval ROTC 



Midn. Capt. Steven Broquist, Battalion Commander. 



Regular midshipmen take a cruise every summer, 

and contract midshipmen take one cruise 

at the end of their junior year. The men are 

assigned to various ships, ranging 

from large aircraft carriers 

to small minesweepers operating off the 

Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Last summer some of the 

Second Class underwent air 

indoctrination at Corpus Christi, Texas, and 

amphibious instruction at Little 

Creek, Virginia. Marine Corps students underwent 

training at Quantico, Virginia. 




TOP ROW: Midn. Lt. Robert Goldfried, "B" Company commander; Midn. Lt. William Kostar, Drill Team commander; Midn. 
Lt. (jg) John Oakland, Battalion PIO; Midn. Lt. John Almon, battalion adjutant; Midn. Lt. (jg) James Buckingham, battalion supply 
officer. SECOND ROW: Midn. Lt. David Evans, "A" Company commander; Midn. Lt. Richard Morrison, "C" Company com- 
mander; Midn. Alexander Goloff, battalion chief petty officer. BOTTOM ROW: Midn. Lt. Cmdr. Sidney Jones, battalion operations 
officer; Midn. Captain Steven Broquist, battalion commander; Midn. Cmdr. Thomas Hardy, battalion executive officer. 



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presentation of colors at Spring Parade. 




MIDSHIPMAN ON SUMMER aviation indoctrination training is exposed to the 

Navy's F4B Phantom II. 



TOP ROW: Garry Moebs, James Thompson, George Vandenberg, Howard Stanfield, Raymond Curts, George Lorentz, David Robertson. 
SECOND ROW: Ronald Salley, Scott Mayer, Roger McClung, James Morris, William Currer, Owen Autry. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Tipton, 
Dennis Budzik, David Skibbe, president; Lt. (jg) John Setcheil, adviser; Malcolm Corner, Lloyd Jukkola. 



















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TOP ROW: Leonard DcBall, Marino Floreani, Martin Urbas, Martin Zwilling, Richard Lowery, James Jewell, Francis LaSalle, Peter Kirch, 
Jerry Husfeldt, James Patton, Anthony Scianino, Roger Hellebuyck, David Santogrossi, Paul Boehle, Michael Cravens, Paul Stifel, Harold Kaller, 
Bruno Breitmeyer. THIRD ROW: Margaret Barth, Suzanne Davis, Anne Jakes, Lynell Cannell, William McCleish, Robert Dombrowski, William 
Tarney, Michael Dehn, John Denault, Randolph Marsh, Harry Hicks, David Wojtowicz, James Johnson, Vernon Weis, David Fancher, the 
Reverend Edward Duncan. SECOND ROW: Kaye Sloan, Georgiana Benner, Linda Hartley, Mary Meyer, Susan Larson, Jeanne Toussaint, 
Rosemary Simpson, Diane Paul, Mary Coultrip, Penelope Schaefer. BOTTOM ROW: Marie Avoboda, Particia Toal, Cynthia Langlois, Kathleen 
Heady, Jo Anne Wasco, Diana Hughes, Nancy Riedell, Mary Smith, Emmlee Vezzoli, Mary Pelton. 



Newman Club 



TOP ROW: Marino Floreani, historian; Michael McGrew, 
religious chairman; Randolph Marsh, publicity; Martin Zwilling, 
newspaper editor. BOTTOM ROW: Paul Boehle, education 
chairman; Richard Lowery, president; Kaye Sloan, secretary. 
NOT IN PANEL: Bruno Breitmeyer, vice president; Peter Kirch, 
treasurer. 




Newman Club, the organization of Catholic 

students on campus, provides for the spiritual, 

intellectual, and social growth of its 

members by sponsoring various activities. During 

the year, the group held retreats, Communion 

breakfasts, discussion groups, 

picnics, dances, and the Christocentric Arts 

Festival. The newspaper, The Cardinal, 

informed members of scheduled events. The 

most important of the club's 

activities center around St. John's Chapel. 



SISTERS PHILOMENA SLOAN and Annunciata Kelly discuss plans 
with Kaye Sloan and Mary Jordan. 





TOP ROW- Robert Cralle Richard Dirrenberger, Ian Madden, Lanny Turner, Donald May, Bruce McLelland, Kevin Corley, Robert Pogue, 
Alan Haan Tames Ponsler, Lawrence Wallace, Robert Bender, Ralph Wessel, Howard Reinglass. THIRD ROW: Frank Detrana, Donald Swiatek, 
Frank Wood Robert Schutte, Clark Moore, Mark Lunde, John Granrude, Michael Anderson, James Jedd, David Roe, Lewis Thomas, Drew 
Sieben Randall True SECOND ROW: Roger Kohn, John Hoekstra, Roger Warnke, vice president; Victor Atutis, president; Joyce Harant, 
secretary; Larry VonBehren, treasurer; Robert Greenburg, Patrick Heitzman. BOTTOM ROW: Victoria Nichols, Olivia Wasserman, Rebecca 
Allen, Judith Andersen, Allison Roeske, Nora Bartelt, Jeannette Nemecek. 



Omega Beta Pi 

A national premedical honorary fraternity, 
Omega Beta Pi informs members of the high 
standards, aims, and problems of the profes- 
sion. To accomplish this objective, the group 
sponsored premedical orientation conferences 
where deans from medical schools discussed 
requirements and curricula. Through a pro- 
gram of Physician-Student Counseling, every 
member consulted with a local doctor. 

Awards are presented each year to three 
academically outstanding members. 



Omega Tau Sigma 

Chartered at Illinois in 1956, Omega Tau 
Sigma, the professional veterinary fraternity, 
seeks to promote a close relationship among 
students enrolled in the College of Veterinary 
Medicine. Visits to several universities, such 
as Cornell, enabled members to see facilities 
of other colleges and meet with brothers of 
the different chapters. 

The chapter concluded a successful year by 
the addition of Cham, a tiny pup who soon 
filled the office of "Most Worthy Mascot." 



TOP ROW- Toseph Helfand, Dennis Webster, Daniel Boyle, James Spicer, Thomas Riggs, Kenneth Albrecht Jack Marvich, Wesley Jacobs 
Charles Spence, Bernhardt Meyer, Roger Peterson. THIRD ROW: Richard Calhoun, Barry Porter, D ^ght Becker Randall Larson Joseph 
Marion Roger Hunter, Gary Koritz, Paul Bramson, Karl Luthin, Gary Hollewell, David Lashley, Paul Bromberg. SECOND ROW: Bernard 
Haberman Tames Sanders, Melvin Balk, Richard Rossman, Wesley Robinson, Emmanuel Agwuna, Thomas Chmer Ralph Bunte, James Bates, 
David Saidel Fred Goldenson, Walter Bruno, Richard Lau, Robert Gibbons. BOTTOM ROW: James Hamilton, Donald Coats, Gary Brandt 
Donald Spencer, treasurer; Robert Schafer, vice president; Dr. Erwin Small, adviser; Joseph Lowry, president; Robert Lacey, secretary; Michael 
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TOP ROW: Judith Mullen, Elaine Dunatov, Jane Micklesen, Ceres Schroer, Bernard Wilhelmsen, Dieter Schadach, Paulette Cichon, Jeannette 
Votava, Sylvia Valentine, Judith Hirsch, treasurer. THIRD ROW: Aurora Villacorta, Jeanne Molkowski, Marian Loverde, Suzanne Moritz, 
Carolyn Johnson, Euhne Wilson, Gloria Myers, Hilda Llewellyn, Mary Groth, Lilianna Lacplesis, Bonnie Rosevear. SECOND ROW: Masa Rado- 
vancev, Brian Loverde, Marjorie Rhutasel, president; Andrea Shulman, Janis Stockman, Maybelle Oakwood, Janice Jones, vice president; Barbara 
Libby. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Holloway Joanne Melfi, Carol Walsh, secretary; Judi Jilipowitz, Eva Wei, Barbara Adamski, Margo Anderson. 



Orchesis 



P.E.W. Majors Club 



Orchesis provides an opportunity for any 
student, staff", or faculty member to improve 
his competence in and understanding of mod- 
ern dance. At weekly meetings Miss Janice 
Stockman, the sponsor, instructed and led the 
group in various exercises and movements. 

Twenty Chicago high schools were invited 
to participate in the High School Dance Day 
sponsored by the group. The Dance faculty 
offered lessons and presented a program on 
dance experiences at Illinois. 



The Women's Physical Education Majors' 
Club provides activities designed to increase 
understanding of the profession. Conducting 
convocations, the group featured symposiums, 
panels, and speakers. The club also publish- 
es a newspaper, THE MAJOURNAL. 

Special events such as the fall camp out, 
high school playday, and the interclass-faculty 
volleyball night were favorite activities. The 
Big-Little Sister Program helped old and new 
members to become friends at once. 



TOP ROW: Sherrill Riggins, Osa McCoy, Eileen Powell, Carolyn Lewis, Jean Baillie, Penelope Wagoner, Sharon Kouba, Mary Holquist, Mary 
Lou Hawkins, Margaret Stickels, Cynthia Eagle, Janice Walk, Elaine Dittmer, Audrey Rokke, Joan Kloppenburg, Susan Burrough, Brenda 
Carlson, Susan Berry, Medsie Odom, Cynthia Williams, Marilynne Venturella, Marsha Swinger. FOURTH ROW: Jean Jorgensen, Lorelei 
Bigner, Carolyn Blum, Mary Wiertelak, Maybelle Oakwood, Gail Barber, Marjorie Shane, Margo Anderson, Nancy Delaplane, Nancy Link, 
Judith Kay, Barbara Blume, Mary Swanson, Sherye Garmony, Lucy Goldsmith, Sherry Clemins, Paulette Macros, Diane Carlsen, Elaine Steen- 
bergen, Catherine Militello, Jane Helbig, Frances Salzman, Ellen Zingraf, Marilyn West, Loretta Post. THIRD ROW: Karen Nichols, Toni-Anna 
Bjorn, Janet Elling, Catherine Crawford, Frances Fields, Bonnie Byrne, Linda Bunker, Jane Shostrom, Mary Boothby, Mrs. Dorothy Phipps, 
Mary Holcomb, Marjorie Rhutasel, Jo Ann Platter, Pauline Peterson, Donna Torrence, Bette Downs. SECOND ROW: Natalie Shane, Carol 
Davis, Judith Fischer, Wendella Muldowney, Janice Weeden, Tara Kost, Betty Axelson, Sally Kunde, Judith Beckman, Jacqueline Francis, Donna 
Korda, Judie Pilat, Paula Wolf. BOTTOM ROW: Edith Mose, Lynda Scranton, Aleita Hass, Alice Marscin, Robin Medintz, Carol Barth, Carla 
Herman, Deborah Ruff, Rosemary McGinnis, Renee Goier. 





TOP ROW: John Nommensen, John Graves, Robert Weilbacher, Walter Kaminski, Lawrence Irwin, Philip Waller, Darrell Smith, Jack Clark, 
James Swartz, Gary Sharp, LaVerne Debatin, Robert Pilotte, David Nixon, Michael Damko, Frederick Berns. SECOND ROW: Robert Kirby, 
Ronald Brady, John McCelland, executive officer; Marilyn Paddick, Alfred Davidson, commander; Anita Kull, Edward Florreich, finance officer; 
Donald Merkle, James Welch, Larry Hendee. BOTTOM ROW: Roy Helsing, Fred Kemp, Robert Brueggeman, Thomas Letter, Charles Ludmer, 
Robert Tortorelli, Glenn Blair, David Ostrodka, Russell Davis. 



Pershing Rifles 



Phalanx 



The annual drill meet of Pershing Rifles, 
Company C-3, one of the largest ones in the 
country, is the main activity of the fraternity. 
Held in the Assembly Hall, the meet attracts 
nine thousand spectators and over a thousand 
college participants from ten or more states. 

Other activities of Pershing Rifles include 
color guards for ROTC parades and athletic 
events, display marching teams, tactical train- 
ing, social events, and a chance to participate 
on a target rifle team. 



Phalanx, founded at Illinois in 1925, is a 
tri-service organization of ROTC students in- 
terested in fostering a feeling of fellowship 
among military men. Inspired by Alexander 
the Great's troops, the name Phalanx stands 
for a brotherhood of potential fighting men. 

Speakers present pertinent topics to pro- 
mote interest in military affairs and the pre- 
paredness of our country. An award of ex- 
cellence is presented to the outstanding sopho- 
more in Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC. 



TOP ROW: Roger Collins, Charles Eberhard, Ronald Herzog, James Williams, George Zervos. SECOND ROW: Richard Wilson, Paul Janecek, 
David Etherton, Ronald Mass, Richard Heidenreich, Gregory Kramp, Roger Cogswell, William Block, Michael McClellan. BOTTOM ROW: 
Michael Gehring, finance officer; Lloyd Prevett, lieutenant commander; Mary Ann Jepsen, sponsor; Captain Harold Hoeferkamp, adviser; 
Richard Way, commander; Lee Bissey, adjutant. NOT IN PANEL: Robert Bingham, David Davis, Charles Rowley, Robert Tortorelli, Gary 
Chessman. 





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Randall Abbott, Arthur Abelson, David Akin, Philip Albrecht, Herman Allison, Kenneth Anderson, Kenneth Andre, Herrold Andrews, David Barton, Terril Bealmer David 
Menard, Fred Berger, Jerry Bernstein, James Berthold, Terry Borden, Robert Boucek, John Bourgoin, Charles Bowman, Bruno Breitmeyer, Harold Brown St?ven Bruhaker, 
Stephen Buss, Norman Carlson, Robert Carlson. Richard Castenson, Edward Christiansen, Leslie Corlev. Edward Cox, Paul Cox, Robert Cudek, John Daily Clen Dahlbacka 
Ronald Dale. James Davis. Frederick Dearborn, David Dorway, Douglas Drake, David Eckels, David Edwards. David Eggerdin", Craig Ehlen Stanley Eisenstein David 
Elbaor, Gary Elinen, !• red Endelman, Bruce Fagel, Jerrold Falk, Leslie Fang, Thomas Fellows, Howard Fenn, Robert Ferencz, Allan Fierce, Marc Fink, Michael Fishbein, 
David Fisher. Joseph Flaherty, David Fontilla, Scott Fort, Stanley F'ox, Edward !<>ank, Thomas Freebairn, James Frev, Adrian Fulmer, Tony Gavlinski James Gerstner, 
Frederick Gesiorski, Robert Gibbs, Mark Gillen, Joel Golden, Donald Graczyk, Gilbert Greene, Craig Greenwood, Brent Gregory, Alan Halpern, John Hammond Steven 
Handlon, William Hang, Charles Harrold, Stewart Hartman, Keith Haselhorst, David Heim, William Hembreiker, Charles Hendrix, Joel llirmn- Donald Heyda Daniel 
Higgins, Steven Highbarger, Steven Higliland, Jeffrey Hindman, Thomas Hofer, Robert Hoffman, Bruce Holle, Robert Hult, Dennis Immer, Donald Janoff, Ronald Janssen, 
Kenneth Jerina, Jerald Johnson. Jarol Johnson, David Johnston, Fred Juras, Jay Kaiser, Robert Kaiser, Phillip Kanter, Charles Karp, Timothv Kary, Phillip Kasik, Robert 
Kass, David Kelsheimer, David Keren, Roger Khnk, Roger Kohn, Allen Lappin, Robert Lee, Robert Lefler, Thomas Leming, Douglas Lemmon, Howard Lerner Spencer 
Leroy III. Jeffrey Litman, James Long, Donald McCall, Bruce McLelland, Robert McClintock, Stephen Maack, Virgil Malmberg, Robert Malstrom, James Malvsiak, Richard 
Mamer, John Marbargor, Gary Marine. Marco Manotto, Alan Marn, Lloyd Marquardt, James Marsden. Darrvll Mathias, Robert Megginson, Ralph Mindock.'.Jerrold Mink, 
Timothy Minmck. Carl Moellenberndt, James Moore, James Morgan, Charles Moses, Steven Nagel, Douglas Nelson, Jerry Nelson, Mark Nitekman, John O'Dekirk John 
O'Hare, Benn Okawa, John Olson, Richard Osbrink, Daniel Rady, Donald Ratner, Thomas Remec, William Rinne, Michael Rockin, Claus Rode, Harger Rollo, Dennis Rose, 
Richard Schaffner, John Schellberg, Jack Scholl, Michael Schroeder, Paul Schroeder, Robert Schuerman, Bruce Scotton, Paul Shales, Paul Shapin, Jeffrey Simmons, Clifford 
Singer, Kenneth Siress, James Skidmore, John Smaardyk. Irl Smith, Stephen Smith, Thomas Smith, William Snell, James Soltau, Raymond Spriggs, James Springer, Gary 
Spurling, Mark Stark, Kenneth Stein, Randall Stevens. Randall Stiles, Stanley Sutherland, John Swartz, Stanley Swearingen, David Stucki, Craig Talbott, George Taylor IV, 
Stephen Taylor, David Terry, Duane Teske, Rodney Thomas, Joe Thompson, Jerry Turner, ArieVander Ploeg, James Veatch, William Veatch, Joseph Velazquez, Michael 
Vitoux, Michael Walker, Alan Wallace, Neil Warren, Edward Washer, Michael Wattleworth, Saul Wax, William Waud, John Wendelken, Thomas West, Gerald Wikholm, 
Robert Willey, Frederick Wilson, Lawrence Wilson, Edgar Wingo, Paul Witort, Peter Worcester, Carl Zangerl, John Zaruba, Bruce Zumstein. 

TOP ROW: Craig Greenwood, president; William Hang, secretary; Thomas 
Freebairn, vice president; Alan Halpern, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Kenneth 
Andre, historian. 




Phi Eta Sigma 



Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the 
University of Illinois in 1923 
to encourage and reward 
high scholastic attainment by freshmen 
men. Students who carry a 
normal academic load and achieve 
a 4.5 average in their first year are 
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TOP ROW: Charles Braugham. THIRD ROW: Arthur Reblitz, Daniel Paarlberg, Michael Bernard, Delmar Banner, Kenneth Brillhardt, 
James Ryan, Michael Maminga, David Peterson, Wesley Schumacher. SECOND ROW: Thomas Connely, Philip Weinberg, John Fenley, James 
Sirois, Robert Ash, Steven Gordon, James Gothard. BOTTOM ROW: Richard Jorgensen, pledge master; Michael Faulhaber, vice president; 
James Phillips, president; Terry Scranton, secretary; David Maxwell, treasurer. NOT IN PANEL: Michael Fanelli, Steven Gocel, James Javore, 
Vinson Johnson, John Leming, Robert Martin, Edward Marzuki, Richard Russo, Dennis Shaul, David Smith, Danny Wilmoth, Dennis Myrick, 
Thomas Clapp, Robert Martin, Jr., James Hatch, James Ingles. 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 



Phi Upsilon Omicron 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity has 218 
chapters throughout the nation. The group is 
a professional fraternity dedicated to the ad- 
vancement of music in America, specifically 
American music. Membership is open to any 
male undergraduate student who expresses an 
active interest in music. 

This year, together with its two sister so- 
rorities, the chapter provided ushers for the 
musical events that occurred in Smith Music 
Hall and gave a combined recital. 



Phi Upsilon Omicron is a national honor- 
ary for graduate and undergraduate students 
in home economics. The purpose of the club 
is to enable the members to learn more about 
their profession and to encourage their per- 
sonal and professional development. 

At monthly meetings the members listened to 
speakers talk about careers and opportunities 
for students in home economics. Each year 
the club dresses a doll in the current fashion 
to add to the chapter collection. 



TOP ROW: Marjorie Vaninger, Connie Sasse, Joyce Nies, Prof. Bette Schaffner, adviser; Patricia Dixon, Janet Rawson, Susan Kiddo, Prof. 
Virginia Guthrie, adviser. SECOND ROW: Jule Miller, corresponding secretary; Janet Steggerda, recording secretary; Janet Ely, Mary Argan- 
bright, president; Karen Brewer, vice president; Sharon Shull, Alice Dittmer. BOTTOM ROW: Vicky Moss, Ann Vaughan, Cheryl Eaton, Sandra 
Parker. NOT IN PANEL: Jane Stevens, Cheryl Smith. 





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TOP ROW: Khosrow Kassaian, John Meskimen, Wayne Schmidt, Bryan Wysong, Edward Behounek, George Biallas, Andrew Rovelstad. THIRD 
ROW: Kenneth Geach, 1 heodore Lehman, John Coyner, Armand Martell, Foy Meyer, Jr., Richard Murphy, Francis Thomas, Robert Ross- 
bacher. SECOND ROW: Chris Jensen, Marvin Taplin, treasurer; Garrett Pardekooper, corresponding secretary; Charles Carlson, president; 
James Bayne, faculty adviser; Phillip Fisher, Engineering Council representative; Kenneth Carlson, vice president. BOTTOM ROW: Gerald 
Krupp, Melvin Kotecki, Eugene Litwin, Thomas Groszczyk, Daniel Danko, Randall Georgios, Kenneth Welch, recording secretary. NOT IN 
PANEL: Frederick Burtelson, Gordon Collins, Robert Douglass, Jack Esmond, Michael Freilinger, Dennis Huffington, Donald Jones, Charles 
Kindrick, William Koves, Gerald Lombardi, Arnold Ness, Kenn Sutton, Michael Torgersen, Gerald Tromblee, William Wydra, Duane McEachron. 



Pi Tau Sigma 



Pre -Veterinary Club 



Pi Tau Sigma is a national honorary en- 
gineering fraternity devoted to fostering high 
ideals of engineering and to developing desir- 
able qualities in mechanical engineers. Mem- 
bership selection is based on student faculty 
ratings and scholastic record. 

Last year at the Engineering Open House 
the members constructed a display which won 
first place. A tutoring service for freshmen 
and sophomores in the mechanical engineering 
curriculum was conducted by the group. 



Open to anyone who is interested in veter- 
inary medicine, Pre- Veterinary Club provides 
informative programs including clinical tours, 
research and medical films, guest speakers, 
and large and small animal demonstrations. 

The club trys to promote greater interest 
and fellowship among pre-veterinary students 
and offers information about the profession. 
Activities include the publication of a bulletin, 
participation in the Veterinary Medicine Open 
House, and a picnic held in the spring. 



TOP ROW: Barry Rubel, Gregory Snyder, Timothy Harris, Dennis Schwartzentraub, Thomas Champley, Glenn Olsen, Kerry Greenwald, 
James Kagel, Jack Howell, John Bauman, Timothy Minnick, Thomas Bryant, Glen Redeker. SECOND ROW: Michele Lucia, Susan Rade- 
macher, Judy McEun, Charles Trayser, president; Jean Hooks, vice president; Dorice Shumway, secretary; Jayne Hooks, treasurer; Nancy Kam- 
man, Sandra Bodiford, Sherry Brunner, Susan Sims. BOTTOM ROW: Gary Heusel, Glenn Frederick, Michael Butzirus, John Gerber, Gordon 
Benson, Robert Schleef, Gary Raymond, Albert Panozzo, Bernard Berta. 



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TOP ROW: James Stotz, William Tebussek, Thomas Harris, Kenneth Schulz, Kenneth Lawson, James Gillespie, Ronald Nowakowski, Ray- 
mond Bateman, James Jocius, Colomban D' Amours, Dennis Wojs, George Hughes, Daniel Humay, Robert West, Jean Lemieux. THIRD ROW: 
Nancy Greggain, Barbara Libby, Victoria Auer, Joanne Ringenberg, Jo Alberts, Susan Hess, Victoria Tennes, M. Tindeibe, Jerin Mueller, 
Judy Ate, Bette Baymiller, Myra Berk, Marjorie Sons, Diana Price, Gail Mark. SECOND ROW: Prof. Allen Sapora, Michael Garret, Linda 
Gahan, Susan Eder, program director; Robert Lee, president; Patricia Barry, vice president; Alan Schramm, secretary; Doyle Biship, Prof. Howard 
Weaver. BOTTOM ROW: Barton Entrikin, Lance Wuellner, Ronald Greenberg, Richard Stotz, James Hohm, Landis Sion, Walter Maksym, 
Kenneth Kmiec. NOT IN PANEL: Steven Wohlwend, treasurer. 



Recreation Society 



Rifle and Pistol Club 



The American Recreation Society aims at 
acquainting interested students with the oppor- 
tunities and problems of a profession in rec- 
reation. The group, which meets each month, 
provides programs during the year which in- 
clude student-faculty coffee hours, panel dis- 
cussions, and guest speakers. 

Last year the first annual field trip was 
planned so that the members would have the 
opportunity of seeing one of the most excel- 
lent park district systems in the state. 



The University of Illinois Rifle and Pistol 
Club, active on campus for forty-five years, 
is open to students, faculty, and staff. The 
purpose of the club is to promote competitive 
rifle and pistol programs and also to train its 
members in firearms safety and marksman- 
ship. Meetings are held every week on the 
rifle range in the Armory. 

Last year the group entered the Intercol- 
legiate Postal Leagues of the National Rifle 
Association with which it is affiliated. 



TOP ROW: James Holmes, Shelton Mavity, vice president; Patrick Shiels, David Wiedeman, Gary Rolfe, Bruce Brown, Richard Fields, Joseph 
Kiefer, David Elbaor, Barry Brissman, Terry Siegler. SECOND ROW: S/Sgt. Paul McElroy, David Zehr, John Lehman, Dennis Knight, Robert 
Karp, David Alvey, Daniel Breit, Julian Frankenberg, Douglas Eden. BOTTOM ROW: Julius Overbeck, treasurer; Earl Redmond, president; 
Robert Bezman, Rene Fuentes, Barry Moore, Walter Boyce, Tracy Gerow, Edward Prill, William Edwards. NOT IN PANEL: Linda Harris, 
Doris Walton, Sandor Csallany, David Watkins, Renold Schilke, Mario Krisberg, Charles Gilmore, Mike Zimbleman, J. R. Pike, David Williams, 
Harry Henriksen, John Koob. 





TOP ROW: Mclvin Kotccki, Alan Wall, David Lackert, Ronald Bajt, John Potter, Richard Kuhr, John Zimmermann, Edwin Hackleman, 
Robert Laceman, Harvey Press, Barry Ascher, Steven Wilder. BOTTOM ROW: Raymond Toy, Frank Venezia, Robert Lapke, Gary Bern- 
hardy, vice chairman; Terry Zeiters, Nelson Rowe, Engineering Council representative; Philip Bjekich, vice treasurer; George Schwarz, treasurer; 
Joseph Audy, Engineering Council representative; Kenneth Stuntz, chairman; John Hinkley, secretary; Dewey Sims, Eugene Buchholz, adviser. 



S.A.E. 



S.E.A. 



To inform members about opportunities in 
transportation engineering and to further their 
technical knowledge are the purposes of the 
Society of Automotive Engineers. 

Programs of the monthly meetings include 
guest speakers, films, and tours. During the 
past year the members acted as guides in the 
internal combustion engine laboratory for the 
annual Engineering Open House. The scciety 
also was host to the Central Illinois Section 
for a combined spring meeting. 



The Student Education Association's high 
point of this past year was hosting the annual 
state Spring Workshop, which was attended by 
delegates from over thirty chapters. Held in 
the Illini Union, the workshop, "Think Ethics," 
was both enjoyable and informative. 

As the primary organization for students 
who plan to teach, membership is open to all 
students entering the education profession, re- 
gardless of their fields or levels of teaching. 
S.E.A. is affiliated with the national group. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Pamela Kostenko, projects chairman; Victoria Lea, vice president; Terry Jones, publicity chairman; Claude Kramer, presi- 
dent; Roberta Henner, secretary; Kathryn Olmsted, treasurer. 




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TOP ROW: Judith Parkinson, Patricia Crosby, Marilyn Weiss, James Wills, Patricia Thompson, Marilyn Nieder. SECOND ROW: Martha 
Pile, Susan Schneider, Melvyn Abrams, Sally Sheehan, Linda West. BOTTOM ROW: John Swartz, Mark Barbour, John Colson, unidentified. 
NOT IN PANEL: Robert Sich, Carl Zangerl. 



S. P. I. R. 



Sigma Alpha Eta 



Recognizing the need for a comprehensive 
undergraduate program of international train- 
ing, Illinois has joined other campuses in estab- 
lishing the Student Project for International 
Responsibility. The four-year program is begun 
with each freshman class. 

S. P. I. R. seeks to develop a sophisticated 
approach to international understanding as 
well as closer ties with the foreign students 
on campus. Biweekly seminars are planned to 
view aspects of international responsibility. 



The local chapter of Sigma Alpha Eta, a 
national fraternity for speech majors, gained 
its charter membership this year. The club 
is composed of students in speech correction. 
The purpose of this professional organization 
is to widen the scope of its members. 

Some activities the group has participated 
in this past year include field trips, fall and 
spring teas for new members, the Education 
101 speech screening program, and the annual 
Christmas party for Speech Clinic students. 



TOP ROW: Mary Celebucki, Natalie Siegel, Judith Leenerts, Leslie Darner, Judith Landfield, Joan Good, adviser; Carol Kosovski, Adrienne 
Siegel, Cecily Parker, Carol Torok. SECOND ROW: Robert Prosek, Barbara Walters, vice president; Nicki Mulford, president; Bernadine 
Heller, program chairman; Dorothy Ruter, secretary-treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Maxine Shizuru, Ruby Frank, Mary Robinson, Phyllis Kanter. 




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TOP ROW: Jill Shires, Marge Zumwalt, Rhonda Fleming, Mary Henderson, vice president; Joyce Printz, treasurer; Kathleen Butkus, Jean 
Johnson, Kathryn Schlaf. SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Engel, Marilyn Kreitner, Carole Foster, Dianne Fischer, Gail Esarey, Marilyn Brewick, 
Marilyn Dvorak. BOTTOM ROW: Sarah Smith, Elaine Zeiger, Beth Miller, president; Janet Drier, Margaret Franks. NOT IN PANEL: Susan 
Brownfield, Bette Carroll, Florronne Griffin, corresponding secretary; Patricia Hawkins, Carol Hoogeveen, Jan Keister, Edith Nickerson, Kathryn 
O'Connor, Mary Shirley, Donna Alderdice. 



Sigma Alpha Iota 



Sigma Delta Chi 



Sigma Alpha Iota, the oldest professional 
fraternity for women in music, received the 
national Radio-Television Award for a weekly 
fifteen minute radio program on WILL. It 
was founded to uphold the highest ideals of a 
musical education. The national organization 
sponsors a competition for young composers. 

One aim of the fraternity is the promotion 
of music by American composers. The local 
chapter helps support the International Music 
Fund and the Braille Music Project. 



Sigma Delta Chi was founded at DePauw 
University in 1909. Membership in this pro- 
fessional society is open to juniors, seniors, 
and graduate students studying for a career 
in radio-television or journalism. 

The local chapter is known for its publi- 
cation of the Illini Tumor, a humorous news- 
paper distributed on campus at Homecoming. 
Profits from the sale of this paper are used 
to send several delegates to the national con- 
vention and to provide speakers for meetings. 



TOP ROW: Sheldon Silver, Dennis Mummert, William Kubik, Thomas Girand, Stephen McGill, James Flynn, Edward Florreich. THIRD 
ROW: James Herm, Robert Pritchard, John McClelland, John Rogers, John Martin, Kenneth Fielding, William Fanta, John Grady. SECOND 
ROW: David Fountain, vice president; John Volk, secretary; Ronald Greenfield, president; James Hattendorf, treasurer; Jerry Range. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Don Bissell, William Engelbrecht, Karl Kessler, Lee Fensin, Joseph Salucka. 



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TOP ROW: Raymond Gibbs, Kenneth Carlson, Carl Swain, Norris Dahlstrom, Raymond Runquist, Neil Bennett, James Davis, Robert Laleman, 
Edward Behounek. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Timpson, Prof. William Hull, adviser; Robert Burnham, treasurer; Dean Santis, president; Michael 
Tomasic, vice president; Richard Smirl. NOT IN PANEL: Yasar Bayazit, Charles Jeschke, secretary; Curt Wittig, historian. 



Sigma Tail 



Skull and Crescent 



Sigma Tau, an honorary fraternity of en- 
gineering students, was founded in 1904 at the 
University of Nebraska. There are now 32 
chapters of Sigma Tau at colleges throughout 
the country. The purpose of the group is to 
provide special recognition and encouragement 
to advanced engineering students for their su- 
perior scholarship and service and their pro- 
mise of professional attainment. 

Illinois' Theta chapter has a membership 
of more than one hundred. 



Skull and Crescent is a fraternity men's 
honorary organization comprised of two out- 
standing sophomores representing each of the 
twenty-four oldest fraternities. Members are 
elected by their houses on the basis of schol- 
arship, leadership, and activities. 

Skull and Crescent was organized to pro- 
mote interfraternity spirit and friendships by 
holding regular meetings and co-ordinating ac- 
tivities. Present plans include merging Skull 
and Crescent with Star and Scroll. 



TOP ROW: John Bogner, James Long, James Powers, Raymond Fairchild, secretary; John Squires, Ronald Walters, James Silverwood, Ralph 
Switzer, James Schick, president; Roy Ricketts. BOTTOM ROW: William Kastien, Frank Kowalski, James Gerstner, Robert Mitchell, Michael 
Hasselberg, Reynolds Everett. NOT IN PANEL: Douglas Hittle, treasurer; James Coleman, vice president. 





TOP ROW: Stephen Maddox, Carl Beutler, Richard Jones, Paul Garwood,, James Ogorek, David Vogen, Wayne Johnson, Henry Kunz, Dennis 
Juncer. THIRD ROW: James Williams, executive officer; Leslie Strole, John McIIwath, Alfred Willis, Thomas Zuber, Ronald McDavid, David 
Drake, Paul Lynch, Robert Fink, Fred Ranck, commanding officer; Major George Murray, adviser; Sgt. Major Winston Flynn, adviser. SECOND 
ROW: Ronald Herzog, Arthur Hillman, Thomas Cash, James Norton, Michael Bendas, Henry Bauman, Daniel Jeffrey, Roc Bradford, William 
Waller, Arthur Grange. BOTTOM ROW: Donald Brehm, Lance Domke, Gary Thor, David Johnston, Rex Piper, Madison Post, Robert Tor- 
torelli, James Hadley. 



Special Forces Company 



SPECIAL FORCES CADETS are pictured in 
action during Operation Salt Fork. 




The cadets who wear the black berets are members 

of the Special Forces Company of the 

Army ROTC. The "Green Devils" display a drive 

for excellence that distinguishes them from any other outfit. 

The weekly meetings were devoted to drill and 

advanced instruction in tactics, 

demolitions, communications, and survival methods. 

This instruction finds practical application in full-day field 

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TOP ROW: Ronald Scanlan, Dennis Fredrick, Calvin Peck, Marc Baleiko, Clark Bullard, James Gates, Edward Behounek, James Davis, Ernest 
Bendull, Henry Shugars, Prof. Emil Lehmann, adviser; Ted Gilbert, Arthur Volsen, Norris Dahlstrom, Carl Male, Dwight Diercks, Ronald 
Campbell, Thomas Mills, Gordon Day. BOTTOM ROW: James Paternoster, Martin Sadd, Robert Giles, David Keune, cataloguer; Roger 
Angel, vice president; Michael Tomasic, president; Daniel MacGilvray, corresponding secretary; Richard Donze, recording secretary; Clyde 
Johnson, Edward Stredde, Marcus Bunting, Melvin Kotecki, Raymond Gibbs. NOT IN PANEL: Prof. John Henry, adviser; Prof. Robert Mos- 
borg, adviser; Prof. John Schneider, adviser; Tim Erin, treasurer; William Block, Michael Roller, Richard Rose, Dean Santis, Richard Weiss. 



Tail Beta Pi 



Membership in Tau Beta Pi is the highest 
honor conferred upon an undergraduate engi- 
neer. Students who have attained a 4.75 the 
first semester of their junior year or a 4.5 
their second semester or a 4.25 their senior 
year are eligible for membership pending an 
affirmative vote of the members. 

Every year the Alpha Chapter of Illinois 
presents the Outstanding Freshman Engineer, 
an award which is based upon grades, char- 
acter, and engineering potential. 



Television Workshop 

Television Workshop, one of the few or- 
ganizations of its kind in the nation, is an ex- 
tra-curricular activity for students majoring in 
or interested in broadcasting. The member- 
ship includes aspiring authors, actors, artists, 
publicity writers, technicians, producers, and 
directors. Production of a weekly half-hour 
program for WILL-TV is one responsibility. 

The projects last year included an original 
musical, "Gettin' on to Evenin'" and the annu- 
al spring banquet, which highlighted the year. 



TOP ROW: Daryl Fairchild, adviser; James Steele, adviser; Alfred Miller, Theodore Sodergren, president; Arnold Klinsky, vice president; 
Mark Kreuger, Gary Olson, Robert Hubbard. SECOND ROW: Joseph Dominick, James Swickard, Giant Cohen, Elizabeth O'Nan, Carol Resser, 
Michael Branda, Gregg Giesler, Bernard Roscetti, Gary Kaney, vice president. BOTTOM ROW: Carol Olson, Amy Boule, Elaine Hallberg, 
Julianne Simonin, secretary; Diane Niemeyer, Shona Walters. NOT IN PANEL: Frank Adinolff, Eugene Majewski, William Fanta, tresurer; 
Edward Florreich, Lowell Smith, Irwin Berman, Richard Bednar, Elizabeth Baldwin, vice president; Joel Hartman, Keith Keller, Julie Young, 
Roger Young. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Vicki Richardson, president; Sharon Fogcl- 
quist, vice president; Toni Allison, secretary; James Edmonds, 
treasurer. 



Terrapin Club 



The synchronized swimming organization at Illinois, Terrapin Club, is open to all 

students who meet certain requirements. Before these tryouts the group held practice-demonstration 

sessions. Terrapins created and presented the routines performed at their annual spring 

water show. A workshop attended by swimming groups of other 

colleges and a synchronized swim meet where numbers were rated were sponsored by the group. 






TOP ROW: Robert Norwood, James Hirst, Paul Alonas, James Edmonds, James Victor, Timothy Fass. THIRD ROW: Prof. Marjorie Harris, 
Joan Richter, Toni Allison, Sharon Fogelquist, Mary Henderson, Joanne Chamberlain, Lisa Brems, Vicki Richardson, Janet Ferguson. SECOND 
ROW: Joann Ohler, Renee Goier, Barbara Johnson, Linda Carlson, Jo Anne Wasco, Judy Edgar, Cynthia Anderson. BOTTOM ROW: Sherrie 
Brown, Georgia Booras, Mary Holquist, Deborah Tamarri, Linda Caroll, Margaret Stickels. NOT IN PANEL: John Tucker. 




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TOP ROW: Donna Pierce, Myrna Leipsiger, Diana Dupin, Janis Zimmerman, Patricia Sandblom, Barbara Baker. SECOND ROW: Karen 
Kanady, Nancy Tomich, Lois Davis, Nancy Shields, Phyllis Czyzewski, June Spira. BOTTOM ROW: Pamela Smith, treasurer; Sandra Stein, 
secretary; Nancy Wolfe, president; Gale Gran, vice president. 



Theta Sigma Phi 



Omega Tau Sigma 



The national professional journalism fra- 
ternity, Theta Sigma Phi, is a group of both 
junior and senior women who have maintained 
high scholarship and are active and competent 
in some phase of communications. 

The six professional meetings held during 
last year included a panel discussion on jour- 
nalism career opportunities for women and a 
talk on educational television. Members also 
participated in the Ladies-of-the-Press break- 
fast sponsored by the local alumnae chapter. 



The national service fraternity for sopho- 
more independent men who have achieved out- 
standing leadership in activities is Tomahawk. 
Encouraging students to participate in student 
affairs and guiding freshmen in decisions re- 
garding activities are two aims of the group. 

At half time of the Purdue-Illinois game, 
members of Tomahawk, dressed as Indians, 
presented the traditional cannon to the Purdue 
chapter. The group helped with the Science 
Fair, Dad's Day Revue, and Watcheka Sing. 



TOP ROW: Stephen Maack, Ronald Riffey, Leonard Julius, James Robinson, Mark Eckerling, James Stovall, Robert Kennedy. SECOND ROW: 
Lawrence Baxter, Robert White, Charles Prior, historian; David Linden, president; Jerome Sugar, vice president; Randall Scholl. BOTTOM 
ROW: James McVickar, Robert McGowan, Robert Curry, Frederick Klein. 



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IOP ROW: Ann Irampe, Alice Landgren^ Nancy Maxwell, Nancy Schierhorn, Kathleen Bevans, Suzanne Fischer, Mary Heeren, Judith Kubik, 
Marilyn Buck. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Czyzewski, Margo Miller, Marilynn Johnson, LaVonne McDowell, Diana Bowser, Janet Lipe, Mary 
McCarthy, Carol Larson Judith Larson, Patricia Faust. BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Susin, Mary Jupp, Kathleen Brooks, secretary; Nancy 
Burnett president; Janet Ficken, treasurer; Patricia Pohlman, Marian Hull, Lois Wright. NOT IN PANEL: Nancy Rhine, vice president; Bonnie 
Kohlenberger, Marika Littke, Sue Booker, Elayne Halpern, Susan Kiss, Susan Maxon, Mary Drew, Barbara Trisler, Judith Parkinson, Rosemary 
Walton, Doris Walton. 



Torch 



Trident 



Torch, the junior women's activity honor- 
ary, gives recognition to juniors for outstand- 
ing work in campus activities their freshmen 
and sophomore years. Membership require- 
ments are favorable recommendations from 
an activity group, good character references, 
and a 3.5 all-University average. 

This year Torch members served as the 
hostesses at the Dad's Day Luncheon, helped 
distribute final week's Student Survival Kits, 
and ushered at the Honor's Day Convocation. 



Trident Naval Honorary Society provides 
an opportunity for interested first and second 
class midshipmen to become better prepared 
for military service through the speaker pro- 
grams and informal discussions with military 
officers. The group is also active within the 
Naval Battalion, drawing on the experience of 
its members to aid underclassmen. 

Last year Trident Members were active 
socially, holding the annual spring formal and 
co-sponsoring the Navy Ball. 



TOP ROW: David Bauman, Gordon Gray, Mathias Schraraer, Edward Behounek, Robert Goldfried, Ted Sigtenhorst, Richard Goy, Alan 
DeCraene, James Martin, John Narney, Edward Wietecha, Robert O'Brien. BOTTOM ROW: William Kostar, president; Lt. James Boling, 
adviser; Richard Morrison, Donald Bishop, James Glover, John Fenton, Harold Burcham, Julian Moon. 





TOP ROW: Ronald W. Acks, Fred Custardo, James W. Reid, David H. Florio, James M. Lehnerrer, Robert B. Batchelder, Robert R. Johansen, 
Bruce H. Newell, William A. Silhan, James C. Dawson, James W. Maclntyre. THIRD ROW: David C. White, Frederick A. Klemm, Robert J. 
Bachman, John J. Secrest, Victor J. Demarco, Charles R. Boyce, Thomas C. Sawicki, Peter A. Bates, Thomas S. Parkhill, Dennis K. Cashman, 
William J. Palmer, Robert E. Lewke. SECOND ROW: Daniel M. Humay, Ronald J. Aufrecht, Frank J. Polz, Andrew T. Zander, Paul D. Koch, 
David D. Crouse, Kenneth M. Polaski, James A. Enck, Alan B. Castator, William G\ Gerrish. BOTTOM ROW: John H. Tocks, Roger W. 
Garret, Danny P. Jeffery, Clayton D. Beattie, Frederick P. Aprati, Steven G. Stoll, John D. Fleming, Steven Simons. 



Tribe of Illini 



The Tribe of Illini is one of the 

organizations on campus that requires 

applicants for membership 

to possess a previously won award. 

That award must be the Illinois "I" given 

for athletic competition 

in the Big Ten. But an applicant must 

possess more than a varsity letter. 

He must adhere to the 

codes of honor and ethics founded by 

the first Illinois lettermen. 

The Tribe perpetuates the tradition 

of the skill and courage 

of the Fighting Illini, and by doing so 

the group fosters the pride 

shared by all true Illini. 

Those accepted into the Tribe believe in 

and are, in effect, 

incorporated into the great athletic 

tradition of the University. 

The spirit of the Illini 

is embodied in the Tribe, the athletes 

who represent the school. 

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LEFT TO RIGI IT: John Tocks, treasurer; Fred Aprati, vice president ; ( 3a) ton 
Beattie, president; Roger Garret, secretary. 




TOP ROW: James Fedorkiw, Petro Kolesnyk, Bohdan Saciuk, Ivanna Foster, Henry Merkelo, Maria Merkelo, Stephanie Merkelo, Jerry Merkelo, 
Maria Wojtowycz, Lew Hryhorczuk, Ulana Gula. SECOND ROW: Christine Kozij, Helen Saciuk, Ronald Edwards, George Dmyterko, Andrew 
Sasyk, Ihor Kutynsky, Zenowie Holubec, Myroslawa Holubec, James Foster, Lydia Sawaryn, Alexandra Szczeblowsky. BOTTOM ROW: 
Roxolana Buraczynska, Frederick Thayer, treasurer; Boris Antonovych, vice president; Orest Hrynewych, president; Ulana Baluch, secretary; 
Dmytro Shtohryn. 



Ukrainian Student Club 

The Ukrainian Student Association seeks 
to promote greater interest of the American 
students of Ukrainian descent in the fine arts 
and customs of their country and to provide 
the opportunity for all who are interested in 
learning about Ukrainian culture to do so. 

Since its reactivation in 1961, the Ukrainian 
Student Association has participated in the In- 
ternational Fair. Last year the group held a 
lecture series on Ukrainian culture and took 
part in a Ukrainian night at the YMGA. 



Wesley Foundation 

The Wesley Foundation provides students 
on campus with the opportunity to have wor- 
ship and fellowship together. In addition to 
the regular Sunday morning services, Wesley 
Foundation also sponsors the Supper Forum, 
where students can enjoy a meal and special 
program on Sunday evenings. 

The "Etc." coffee house, also part of the 
Foundation, is a popular meeting place for 
students. The church's Olde English Supper 
has become a Christmas tradition on campus. 



TOP ROW: Peter Rasmussen, treasurer; Wesley Schumacher, Richard Taylor, Mrs. Gail Reeve, Cynthia Turley, John Helfinstine, George 
Schumacher, Paul Cox. BOTTOM ROW: Ruth Slocum, Mary Ford, Nancy Maxwell, vice president; Marilyn Stillens, secretary; Roberta 
Harrison, president; Leslie Darner, Catherine Bobera, Nancy Hardin, Janet Ransom. 



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TOP ROW: Flonet Wallace, Merle Chamberlin, Marsha Williksen, Sandra Levey, Charlene Gusson, Suzanne Wildhagen. SECOND ROW: 
Mary Minor, Kay Eash, Bonnie Rowe, Elizabeth Collette, Joan Matthews, Donna Irwin, Donna Ortgiesen, Mary Cipriano, Ellen Gleary, Cheryl 
Konetshny. BOTTOM ROW: Elizabeth Koranyi, Patricia Sora, vice president; Carolyn Lester, president; Lynn Granzow, secretary-treasurer; 
Prof. Grace Wilson, adviser. 



Women Engineers Society 



Xi Sigma Pi 



The Society of Women Engineers is dedi- 
cated to making known the present need for 
women engineers and to encouraging college 
women to consider an engineering education. 

Programs of last year's monthly meetings 
included talks presented by speakers from in- 
dustry and prominent professors of engineer- 
ing research. Members were also busy with 
the annual fall picnic, a tour of Champaign's 
Magnavox factory, and participation in Activ- 
ity Day and Engineering Open House. 



Xi Sigma Pi, a national honorary forestry 
fraternity, has as goals to encourage scholar- 
ship in forestry education, to stimulate inter- 
est in forestry, and to promote fraternal re- 
lations among those engaged in forestry activ- 
ities. Alpha Alpha chapter has 46 members. 

Every spring the chapter gives an award 
to the most outstanding freshman in forestry. 
The group meets regularly. The annual ban- 
quet, at which new members are initiated, is 
held during the spring semester. 



TOP ROW: John Felix-Williams, secretary-fiscal agent; Elon Verry, forester; John Pronos, Douglas Beardsley, James Geis. SECOND ROW: 
Paul Chamberlain, Robert Gregory, Gary DeBarr, forest ranger; William Voyles, Alan Detmers, Prof. Charles Walters, national representative. 
BOTTOM ROW: David Darr, David Raymond, Lester Arnold, John Fink, associate forester. 




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TOP ROW: Carol Patterson, Kenneth Hamman. FIFTH ROW: Frank Green, David Roe, David Stanczak, George Grice, Lawrence Petri 
Rodger Hay, Randy Notko John Slover, Ron Peters, John Corzine. FOURTH ROW: Mary Showers, Peter Schuyler, Robert Koxick, Gust 
Rounas, John McClelland, Phillip Phillips, Carol Mekkelson, David Dell, Benjamin McCash, James Kellogg. THIRD ROW: Richard Turnstall 
& n r,wn V DAu, f Cn P ^F eT ' ^u nCy , Ewing, Lila Koets, Nils Katahara, Bruce Kleiman, Susan Engel, VivianLee Ward, Joyce Sorensen. 
SECOND ROW: Janet Elliott, Cheryl Banta, David Prindable, James Davis, Robert Hagan, Daniel Stewart, Jonnae Gaston, Frederick Mohr, 
Tim Schoedel, Lee Mortenson. BOTTOM ROW: Everett Nicholas, William Lannin, Nikki Millar, David Armstrong, Wayne Tones, guest 
speaker; Charles Hug, Letitia Polak, Sammy Shaffer, Denise Greenberg. 



Young Republicans 



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The Illini Young Republican Club has as 
its goals to promote knowledge of the princi- 
ples and leaders of the Republican party and 
to provide an organization which will stimulate 
students to become involved in active political 
work. Membership is open to any student or 
faculty member who expresses an interest in 
the Republican party and its ideals. 

In election years members work in local 
Republican Headquarters, do precinct work in 
the area, and help with special state projects. 



Zeta Phi Eta is a professional fraternity for 
women in speech arts. Membership is awarded 
on the basis of scholastic excellence both in 
the fields of speech and in other academic 
courses. The object of Zeta Phi Eta is to unite 
college women interested in maintaining high 
standards of speech and drama. 

Last year Zeta had an active role in the 
International Fair. Zeta published a pamphlet 
entitled "A Word to the Wives," which famil- 
iarized foreign wives with American Customs. 



TOP ROW: Linda Pozanski, Jernlynn Sommer, Bernadine Heller, secretary; Cecily Parker, treasurer; Ann Holmin. SECOND ROW- Judith 
Harris, Carol Torok, Adrienne Segel, Carol Kosovski, president; Miss Francis Johnson, adviser. BOTTOM ROW: Phyllis Kanter vice president- 
Maxine Shizuru, marshall; Barbara Sladick, Geraldine Suski, Continental Cafe chairman; Dorothy Ruter. NOT IN PANEL: Marilyn Lennert' 
Nancy Robey, program chairman. 



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TOP ROW: Barbara Giugliano, corresponding secretary; Joann 
Hoehamer, recording secretary; Carol Jo Reynolds, treasurer. 
SECOND ROW: Carol Steiner, scholarship chairman; Jane Bal- 
gley, social chairman; Barbara Roschke, rush chairman; Ann 
Barnas, rush chairman; Patty Grant, house manager; Carol Boyd, 
assistant pledge trainer. BOTTOM ROW: Pamela Archer, presi- 
dent; Linda Fritzen, vice president; Emy Mrkvica, pledge trainer. 



"One of the girls had a happy 

thought and said: 'As we are the first fraternity 

to be founded in the School of Music 

why not use the first letter in the alphabet 

and start with Alpha? . . . ' The 

process of combination continued when, in fun, 

one of the girls said: 'Who knows, we may be 

the last fraternity, too — so why not use the 

last letter of the alphabet, Omega?' This was 

unanimously adopted, as was Chi, 

meaning "and". Later, the first Greek musical 

instrument, the lyre, was chosen for the badge." 




TOP ROW: Karen Kibler, Patty Grant, Ann Davidson, Sharon Ponder, Gail Esarey, Sharon Sass, Jeanne Grabiec, Virginia Davis, Linda Getman, 
Carol Boyd, Joanne Rigenberg, Carol Larsen, Arlene Stickler, Carol Steiner, Francis Greanias, Marilyn Todd. THIRD ROW: Tula Vaream, 
Mary Scott, Barbara Gronlund, Mary Conrad, Luella McCartney, Celinda Pazmino, Judy Payne, Ann Barnas, Barbara Roschke, June Connelly, 
JoAnn Bargiel, Loralee Greenwell, Sharon Home, Valerie Taylor, Gladys Hruby, Carolyn House, Janice Bush, Jane Balgley, Elaine Corbitt. 
SECOND ROW: Joann Hoehamer, Karen Strohm, Emy Mrkvicka, Barbara Giugliano, Sybil Orne, Roberta Svitalek, Valerie Tilgner, Carol Jo 
Reynolds, Pamela Archer, Mrs. Grace Daley, Linda Fritzen, Enid Stottrup, Sara Thorton, Ruth Wene, Marsha McWilliams, Charlene Ball, 
Carroll Ann Imle, Mary Ann Jepsen. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Evans, Mary Bartoli, Linda Ohlsen, Deborah Imle, Patricia Cavanaugh, Renate 
Kahschek, Leslie Hamilton, Joette Kaczmarek, Carol Hamm, Barbara Weinand, Nancy Flaks, Linda Whitcomb, Christine Coman, Priscilla 
Whittier, Carol Mueller, Kathleen Terry. NOT IN PANEL: Suzanne Beicher, Cherie Casterton, Sara Gillespie, Marilyn Reiners, Janet Steggerda, 
Kathy Yeast. 



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TOP ROW: Nancy Ross, Jean Goeddel, ToAnn Smith, Joyce Juhl, Monica Manning Flana Fnwll,^^ P,™^r T- * t . tw x -,,. • 
Linda Christiansen Jacqueline Kuhrtz, Jere Whipple, Judith Kub k Mdinda Bere Tulie ^raJT^™^ Jm^*™™^^ ^? mg ' 
Jeanjansen. THIRd" ROW: Jeanne Staler, BarcXa'sUin, M^tiS^Judhh^S ^ L^T^t ^ cX^^Z^K^" V*?* 
Mary Ellen Johnston, Mary Henderson, Sandra Kirkby, Janice Walk, Kathrvn Droba Ma™ Oldham R^th T^i ™ c ^^^en Fogler, 
Nancy Emmons. SECOND ROW: JoEllen Karr, Karen Richter, S™ar?Sh[fflc?K Linda Trulock 

Franks, Mrs. Beulah Rebman, Marilyn Dvorak, Karen Keller, Mary Fisher, ^^^^^^^^^^7^^^ 
Patricia Panish, Carolyn Ganger, Linda Bourne, Faye Cochran, Nancy Turner, Margaret Macke, Diance Dorsett, LarameHamilton Vicki Huff' 
Janice LaRussa, Cheryl Waset.s, Constance Harrison. NOT IN PANEL: Patricia Sentman, Brenda Shelton, Corite Smith: 




TOP ROW: Mary Fisher, vice president; Linda Christiansen, 
corresponding secretary; Geraldine Kelly, house manager; Mary 
Henderson, rush chairman; Judith Kubik, treasurer. BOTTOM 
ROW: Margaret Franks, president; Sandra Kirkby, social chair- 





ALPHA DELTA PI 



Alpha Delta Pi was founded 

May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female 

College in Macon, Georgia. Called the Adelphean 

Society, it became the first 

secret society in the world for 

college women and the mother of the 

entire sorority system. Since that time, 

ADPi has expanded its number of 

chapters to 110, Sigma chapter being installed on 

this campus in 1912. Its open motto, 

"We live for each other," shows the closeness 

that exists among the ADPi sisters. 

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TOP ROW: Susan Merlander, Shari Freshman, Susan Kamin, Meri Kessler, Karen Kessler, Joan Solomon, Sharon Epstein, Nancy Goodman, 
Carol Hochberg, Susan Kaye, Bonnie Zoloto, Barbara Greenfield, Marilyn Goldman, Marilyn Gold, Patricia Guss. THIRD ROW: Judith Peiser, 
Carol Resser, Davida Moscowitz, Linda Leavitt, Judith Harris, Susan Keilly, Cheryl Halperin, Roberta Garret, Sandra Corren, Esta Schwartz, 
Roberta Baron, Mary Rubin, Pamela Haas, Rachel Gelfand, Gale Glassner. SECOND ROW: Francine White, Marilynn Rush, Joan Schaffner, 
Renee Cargerman, Madeleine Bergson, Mrs. Annette Smith, Jessica Hilborn, Karyl Schulman, Beverly Susler, Marilyn Brown. BOTTOM 
ROW: Helen Wulc, Trudy Zelkin, Shelley Protus, Faye Goldfarb, Marilyn Marshall, Roberta Mechanic, Sandra SigolofT, Frances Kerr, Judith 
Brickman, Rhonda Silverstone, Ann Youngerman. 



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TOP ROW: Beverly Susler, secretary; Marilyn Brown, executive 
at large; Marilynn Rush, scholarship chairman; Jessica Hilborn, 
social chairman. SECOND ROW: Renee Cargerman, vice presi- 
dent; Madeleine Bergson, president; Joan Schaffner, treasurer. 
BOTTOM ROW: Francine White, house manager; Karyl Schul- 
man, rush chairman. 



In 1909, the first chapter of Alpha 

Epsilon Phi was founded on the campus of 

Barnard College in New York. AEphi began 

with seven girls — there are now more than 

twenty-two thousand who have worn 

the pin of pearls. As pledges 

continue on towards the goal of 

becoming actives, they are told to remember that 

from small beginnings 

great things are born. "The Crest and 

Crowning of All Good — Life's 

Final Star is Sisterhood." 

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Doris Morse, Janice Guenzler, Linda Dolenak, Marilyn White,' Maureen Bersell, Pamela Siemering, Diane ' Wilson" Lu7nne"TnOTson" Christine 
Johnson. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Dolhns, Barbara Herbert, Mary Beth Heeren, Susan Williams, Kathryn Leonard Jacqueline Warner 
Mrs. Mildred Kottke, Nancy Erb, Jill Forsell, Patricia Rabbe, Marilyn Paddick, Janet Day, Mary Jane Arganbright, Cynthia Lampley. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Linda Eisner, Kathleen McLennon, Necia Hart, Sheryl Pizante, Carol Olson, Marga Thompson, Cheryl McLay Sherrie Brown 
Kristen Skov, Beverly Strange, Elizabeth O'Nan, Nancy Scott, Diane Reed. NOT IN PANEL: Mary Shirley, Karen Thomas, Darlene Zientarski' 
Jeryll Haas, Cinda Phares. 




TOP ROW: Jacquie Warner, president. THIRD ROW: Mary 
Beth Heeren, first vice president; Nancy Erb, scholarship chair- 
man. SECOND ROW: Pam Seimering, corresponding secretary; 
Sue Williams, treasurer; Pat Rabbe, recording secretary. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Janet Day, house manager; Marilyn Paddick, 
activities chairman; Jill Forsell, social chairman. 





ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 



The Alpha Gams began another exciting 

year immediately after returning to see their new 

addition and welcome their new 

house director, Mrs. Mildred Lottke. 

The girls could hardly wait to see their beautiful 

new Mediterranean dining room, 

study rooms for twenty additional 

girls, second-floor lounge, and kitchen. 

In addition the dorm was enlarged and a special 

pantry built where the girls could prepare 

midnight snacks. They all agreed that this was a 

great way to start the year. 

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ALPHA OMICRON PI 



Founded in 1897 at Barnard College, 

Alpha Omicron Pi still maintains the enthusiasm 

and vitality which marked its beginning 

almost 70 years ago. Stressed 

at last summer's national convention was AOPi's 

support of the Frontier Nursing 

Service. Every Christmas 

the AOPi's collect toys and clothing 

which they send to the Service 

headquarters in Kentucky. From there the gifts 

are distributed to needy children in 

certain areas of the state. 




TOP ROW: Jane Morrison, recording secretary; Patricia Faust, 
activities chairman; Lynne Knudson, social chairman. MIDDLE 
ROW: Wanda Roberts, treasurer; Merrilee Waltz, president. 
BOTTOM ROW: Susan Eshelman, first vice president; Jane 
Stannsell, pledge trainer; Susan Pfeifer, scholarship chairman. 



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TOP ROW: Sharon Morris, Karen Larsen, Marcia Elliott, Phyllis Chapman, Nancy Martin, Pam Wheeler, Karen Kepford, Nancy Bush, 
Maureen Dupatz, Nancy Tenicki, Linda Carroll, Mary Phebus, Mary Sweeney, Nancy Schick. THIRD ROW: Patricia McGinty, Donna Innis, 
Bonnie Kohlenberger, Susan Eshelman, Marilyn Swartz, Nancy Hurt, Carole Zralka, Mary Beth Trinen, Carolyn Olsen, Janet Wagner, Helen 
Bullamore, Marilyn Suhajda, Geraldine Gavagan, Alice Utter. SECOND ROW: Barbara Black, Jane Morrison, Wanda Roberts, Lynne Knudson, 
Merrilee Waltz, Mrs. Geneva Bostic, Jane Stansell, Susan Pfeifer, Claire Burlew, Jule Miller, Patricia Faust. BOTTOM ROW: Lucia Bodzewski, 
Holly Sobol, Susan Hartman, Kathleen McElveen, Gayle Borgeson, Sheila Stewart, Sherrie Taub, Sandra Kooyenga, Carol Lunn. NOT IN 
PANEL: Nancy Davis, Joan LaRue, Laura Lowe, Linda Keene, Pat Carroll. 





TOP ROW : Joan Brill, Vicky Mulberry, Carole Stanley, Carol Mekkelson, Betty Nelson, Michelle Savich, Patricia Dewey Barbara Martin 
Lynne Russell, Bobbie Sigtenhorst, Jane Letsinger, Daviene Hanson, Carol Farina, Jamie Sanders, Barbara Craig Judy Stewart THIRD ROW- 
Sharon Wilson, Rita Ryan, Mary Lou Jupp, Katherine Becker, Lois Davis, Diana Mitchell, Peggy Fatura, Ann Karlen, Barbara Stryker Veronica 
Beutler, Doris Schuhnecht, Nicole Bouxsein, Elaine Haertel, Bonnie Scamehorn, Diane Magliochetti. SECOND ROW- Rebecca Tygett Pamela 
Williams, Gertrude Bauer, Katherine Gore, Bonnie Ramond, Mrs. Helen Bridges, Barbara Guill, Robin Ann Navin Karen Bend Janice Sommer 
BOTTOM ROW: Carole Barnes, Carolyn Syfert, Linda Meyer, Margaret Anderson, Roberta Ball, Linda Senne, Barbara Widmer, Mary Bimba" 
Sally Blackford, Susan Draut, Sue Mueller, Amy Gosin. NOT IN PANEL: Elizabeth Jupp, Susan Luerssen, Alice Larson 




TOP ROW: Barbara Guill, president; Karen Bend, secretary; 
Doris Schunknecht, treasurer; Bonnie Ramond, first vice president. 
BOTTOM ROW: Janice Sommer, activities chairman; Katherine 
Becker, social chairman; Robin Navin, second vice president. 







ALPHA PHI 



Homecoming was especially exciting for the 

Alpha Phi's this year because of their 

successful Stunt Show pairing with 

Phi Sigma Delta. Their show, "The Year of the 

Way to Go Go," was a satire on the high 

cost of funerals and was 

judged one of the four best. 

Not only were the girls happy about being in 

Stunt Show, but they were also pleased 

to have two Homecoming Queen finalists. All the 

girls were justifiably proud of their 

efforts toward making Homecoming a success. 

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TOP ROW: Gunilla Breniser, Catherine Militello, Carol Bocskay, Diane Gladish, Janet Shaub, Elizabeth Osborn, Suzanne LaBelle, Peggy 
Hettinger, Helen Bowen, Dee Ann Carter. THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Bock, Kathy Wells, Kathy Wessberg, Ruth Knupp, Arlene Wessberg, 
Jeanne Klappauf, Marilouise Reed, Kathryn McDaniel. SECOND ROW: Marian Pepper, Margaret McMichael, Margot Carlburg, Mrs. Marie 
Rice, Sally Johannes, Mary Scheppach, Judith Warren. BOTTOM ROW: Kay Fisher, Jane Helbig, Carol Miskiv, Deanna Klein. NOT IN 
PANEL: Jean Lauterbach. 





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TOP ROW: Margot Carlburg, membership chairman; Sally 
Johannes, president; Mary Scheppach, recording secretary; Peggy 
Hettinger, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Gunilla Breniser, 
pledge trainer; Janet Shaub, treasurer; Marian Pepper, vice presi- 
dent; Margaret McMichael, quill chairman. 



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TOP ROW: Ruth Ann Linsky, personnel; Susan Harrison, sec- 
retary; Jerilyn Hoffman, rush chairman. SECOND ROW: Carla 
Wander, social chairman; Judith Kreutz, pledge trainer; Ann 
Holmin, rush chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Lois Wright, vice 
president; Tamara Dazey, president; Maureen O'Brien, treasurer. 





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Scholarship and campus activities 

were two goals attained this year at Chi Omega. 

For the last nine out of eleven 

semesters, Panhellenic has awarded 

the Chi Omega's with the Scholarship Trophy for 

the highest sorority average on 

campus. To encourage achievement in 

the area of social sciences, 

the house gives an annual Social Science Award 

to a girl on campus who has 

done outstanding work in this field, general 

academics, and other campus activities. 



TOP ROW: Nancy French, Ellen Oravec, Rosemary Walton, Carole Bawden, Barbara Baker, Suzanne Fischer, Nancy Patterson, Suzanne Veach, 
Lynne Williams, Linda Hamilton, Donalda Ellek, Jean Shuman, Martha Maulding, Kay Bauer, Diane Kavelaras. THIRD ROW: Janice Moon 
Joyce Moon, Ann Holmin, Fleury Viger, Martha Sue Ellertson, Linda Ligon, Susan Harrison, Joelle Galle, Roberta Short, Janet Kinderman, 
Patricia Pierre, Elizabeth Sandburg, Nancy Burnett, Carla Wander, Jerilyn Hoffman, Sharon Ventress, Virginia McCarthy. SECOND ROW: 
Ruth Ann Linsky, Sheila McFalls, Margaret McPherson, Marjorie Rittenhouse, Bonnie Bogenholm, Mary Ann Dekan, Lois Wright, Mrs. Theo- 
dosia Ross Tamara Dazey, Judith Kreutz, Carol Flatness, Anita Kull, Maureen O'Brien, Joann Powell. BOTTOM ROW: Cheri Harrison, 
Marianne Keller, Diane Carlsen, Jean Hamilton, Carolyn Koenig, Sandra Henderson, Janet Bailey, Mary McQueen, Susan Heiple, Nancy Boyle, 
Dana Ewing, Catherine Glasner. NOT IN PANEL: Judith Becker, Judith Parkinson. 



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TOP ROW: Diana Bowser, social chairman; Carolyn Kinder, 
pledge trainer; Marilyn Buck, rush chairman. BOTTOM ROW: 
Erika Busck, president; Eugenia Nekrasewich, scholarship chair- 
man; Patricia Puhlman, treasurer; Nancy Robey, house manager. 



One of the highlights of the 

Greek women's social calendar every year is the 

"Pansy Breakfast," given early in 

the spring. At this time the 

Delta Delta Deltas invite all engaged, 

senior, Greek women to step through a huge ring 

of pansies and tell of their fiance, 

wedding, and future plans. A 

feature of the program is a style 

show put on by the Tri-Delts and the 

important announcement of the winner of the 

scholarship award for the year. 



TOP ROW: Mary Heller, Nita Bozarth, Karen Katilius, Marian Hull, Betty Mees, Roberta Zemke, Greta Gustafson, Cynthia Connor, Kathleen 
Frothingham, Janis Zimmerman, Jan Knudsen, Linda Macik, Judith Hinrichs, Carol Trimble, Meta Rademaker, Joan Hannagan. FOURTH 
ROW: Jeanne DeLuca, Nancy Mueller, Constance Frank, Lynne Rosengrant, Nancy Weytkow, Susan Graf, Sue Reed, Jane Young, Nancy 
Smith, Karen Frizen, Katherine Lang, Linda Mueller, Linda Stephen, Judith Kullberg, Vineta Reichs, Susan Johnston, Sophia Nekrasewich. 
THIRD ROW: Susan Leonard, Nancy Robey, Patricia Puhlman, Carolyn Kinder, Erika Busck, Mrs. Lorraine Mapes, Eugenia Nekrasewich, 
Florence Oedzes, Marilyn Buck, Diana Bowser. SECOND ROW: Judith Petkas, Margaret Manchester, Katharine Pobanz, Nancy Vosyka, 
Patricia Stephens, Joan Hartzell, Ellen Hutchings, Ann Yates, Janet Holt, Bonnie Nieland, Kathleen Stephen. BOTTOM ROW: Valerie Rahn, 
Barbara Francisco, Patricia Wettaw, Suzanne Much, Edith Nickerson, Jo Ann VanHook, Joan Kalmanek, Sally Trott, Susan Stolar. NOT IN 
PANEL: Beverly Leffler. 











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TOP ROW: Margaret Stanek, Rosemary McGinnis, Eugenea Hixson, Kathleen Erickson, Cheryl Comes, Donna Rozich, Diane Gardner, Bonnie 
Betterman, Linda Swinehart, Marcia Riedel, Marilyn Drolen, Joyce Matson, Catherine Crawford, Joanne Randies, Jane Hurd. THIRD ROW: 
Sally Smith, Gretchen Petersen, Donna Draper, Jane Chalcraft, Patricia Palmer, Mable Sundberg, Jean Remsen, Nancy Sjostrom, Barbara 
Bowen, Judith Arbeiter, Wilma Zavrel, Karen Peterson, Mary Warren. SECOND ROW: Virginia Prieve, Mary Thompson, Barbara Standish, 
Carolyn Nickols, Dawn Sayre, Mrs. Gertrude Carter, Nancy Link, Pamela Lackner, Elissa Feickert, Patricia Mrozek, Marcia Storey. BOTTOM 
ROW: Charlene Bowman, Christine Patton, Melody Meyer, Mary McNamara, Virginia Ekroth, Georgia Booras, Trudi Stevens, Cynthia DeKeyser, 
Suzanne Loesch. NOT IN PANEL: Judith Benoit, Janet Crawford, Gloria Goleas, Donnajean Flohr. 




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TOP ROW: Elissa Feickert, secretary; Marilyn Drolen, stand- 
ards chairman; Sally Smith, social chairman. THIRD ROW: 
Marcia Riedel, scholarship chairman; Wilma Zavrel, treasurer; 
Nancy Sjostrom, rush chairman. SECOND ROW: Jane Hurd, 
administrative assistant; Janet Crawford, house manager; Patricia 
Mrozek, pledge trainer. BOTTOM ROW: Dawn Sayre, president. 




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When the Delta Gammas returned 

home this fall they were greeted 

by a new house mother, Mrs. Carter. 

The girls were pleasantly 

surprised to find that their alums had redecorated 

the two libraries during the summer 

in a color scheme of blues 

and greens. (The DCs hope that 

this relaxing atmosphere will make the chore 

of studying more pleasant!) 

The dining room sports new curtains, a repaired 

ceiling, and brand new furniture. 



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TOP ROW: Paulette Lapin, Jeanette Goldberg, Roberta Kosturn, Judith Kroichick, Holly Brown, Susan Scholnick, Daisy Ucko, Suzanne Lasky, 
Janis Kramer, Jacqueline Brodsky, Susan Rudman, Donna Levin, Marsha Silverman, Sandra Cohen, Patti Bell. THIRD ROW: Kaleta Stein, 
Roberta Port, Fredi Barkan, Ann Schack, Joan Kroichick, Susan Cohen, Bobbe Feinstein, Idene Mikell, Jacqueline Milton, Joan Beckerman, 
Rochelle Lerner, Susan Stein, Judith Glickman. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Levin, Georgiana Chapman, Lois Feldman, Susan Perlin, Mrs. Rosalie 
Golan, Barbara Rodell, Carol Rosenbloom, Cynthia Wax, Sherry Kolb. BOTTOM ROW: Malvina Levy, Marcia Cutler, Nancy Napers, Cheryl 
Port, Judith Holzman, Anita Steingold, Helene Rosenthal, Janet Levin. NOT IN PANEL: Aris Baum, Marlene Fox, Susan Schiff, Gail Shaffer, 
Helene Shore, Barbara Swartz. 




DELTA PHI EPSILON 




TOP ROW: Lois Feldman, treasurer; Susan Perlin, president; 
Georgiana Chapman, senior council member. BOTTOM ROW: 
Marilyn Levin, junior council member; Carol Rosenbloom, secre- 
tary; Barbara Rodell, second vice president. NOT IN PANEL: 
Helen Shore, first vice president. 



The Delta Phi Epsilons especially 
enjoy working for those who are less fortu- 
nate. Each year, in conjunction with a 
fraternity, the sorority sponsors 
a Christmas party to give presents 
to underprivileged children. 
Money for this project is donated by the girls 
themselves. Along with this philanthropic activity 
an annual contribution is made to the Cystic 
Fibrosis Foundation to aid research in finding a 
cure for the disease. A new 
fund-raising project is being planned. 

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DELTA ZETA 



TOP ROW: Linda Berglund, treasurer; Sheri Fellin, rush chair- 
man; Eleanore Schreiner, president; Sharon Hull, pledge trainer; 
Barbara Sauerwein, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Sarah 
Gliddon, activities chairman; Michele Hubert, scholarship chair- 
man; Susan Prawl, secretary. 




The Delta Zeta's call her 

Domna — their foster daughter, that is. Domna is 

a little twelve-year-old Grecian girl 

whom the DZs have adopted through 

the foster parent program. The 

responsibility of this house project includes entire 

support of their "daughter." 

The chapter also sends gifts on 

special occasions such as Christmas. Domna 

is able to continue her education as 

a result of the Delta Zeta's 

interest and financial support. 



TOP ROW: Mary Anne Demas, Diana Price, Shirley Kurtz, Ellen Whited, Roberta Burke, Kathryn Kvarada, Mary Jane Hudson, Diane 
Niemeyer, Carolyn Traub, Honoure Hilgenberg, Susan Seitz, Veree Kepley, Claudia Cole, Judith Martin, Loretta Post. THIRD ROW: Claire 
Williams, Janet Ostrand, Barbara Walters, Patricia White, Christine Kuper, Mary Kay MacDonald, Margaret Malone, Karen Skinner, Kathleen 
Butkus, Ellen Look, Diana Dupin, Karen Gibbons, Mary Tobin, Jan Porter. SECOND ROW: Sara Glidden, Barbara Sauerwein, Linda Berglund, 
Sheri Fellin, Mrs. Elsie Donelly, Elanore Schreiner, Sharon Hull, Susan Prawl, Michelle Hubert. BOTTOM ROW: Joan Prokop, Cheryl Busick, 
Joan Pietrangeli, Helena Catalfano, Helen Gerken, Diane Moore, Lynn Trueman, Sally Kunde. NOT IN PANEL: Judith Hilger, Connie Ambrose, 
Gay Glenville, Marsha Williksen. 





GAMMA PHI BETA 



With an eye on activities, the 

Gamma Phi Betas started their year 

with preparations for the 1965 Stunt Show. 

The Gamma Phi-AKL pairing eventually involved 

nearly all the girls in the house, 

either as part of the cast or on one of 

the many committees needed to undertake such a 

production. The girls found their 

time well spent when their show, 

"The Year to be Unconventional," was chosen as 

one of the eight finalists to be 

presented Homecoming weekend. 




TOP ROW: Nancy Wolfe, social chairman; Cheryl Christ, pledge 
trainer. SECOND ROW: Sally Eastland, rush chairman; Pat 
Tebussek, president; Judith Agazzi, special events chairman. 
BOTTOM ROW: Ginny Harrison, standards chairman. 




TOP ROW: Jennifer Boresi, Jane Balliett, Julia Hodsdon, Carol Evers, Cynthia Brenna, JoAnn Gerdes, Julie Johnson, Janice Weeden, Gunta 
Lapsa, Donna Vrabec, Donna Malik, Julia Thompson, Beverly Janowski, Julie Swedberg, Jane Mraz. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Ehrlicher, Jeanne 
Lillard, Mary Pieper, Sara Schaub, Sharon Wehrli, Lauren Lafferty, Margaret Slack, Tamarra Radison, Sally Schmidt, Margo Hinton, Cheryl 
Caise, Jeanne Hemphill, Sara Smith, Karen Kanady, Judith Kelly. SECOND ROW: Ann Kimbell, Nicki Mulford, Nancy Ewing, Mary Holcomb, 
Cheryl Christ, Pat Tebussek, Mrs. Juanita Scott, Sally Eastland, Virginia Harrison, Judith Agazzi, Nancy Wolfe, Diane Ruhl, Diana Inman. 
BOTTOM ROW: Kristine McConachie, Sharon Huebener, Sue Tebussek, Lucinda Cultra, Janice Markert, Jane Mursener, Karen Anderson, 
Kathryn Comparini, Donna Drake, Pamela Mesha, Mary Voltaggio, Mary Zielinski, Kristine Melby. NOT IN PANEL: Judith Schaefer. 





TOP ROW: Julie Shuman, Shari Jacohsen, Denise Hoffman, Lorrayne Stein, Barbara Sax, Joy Berkenstadt, Esther Shenberg, Elizabeth Honnet, 
Myra Berk, Gail Mark, Annick Trop. THIRD ROW: Beverly Rosen, Michele Reingold, Renee Reese, Michele Mandell, Rhonda Kramer, 
Marilyn Burns, Chari Berger, Karen Silvers, Judith Freiberg, Barbara Heller, Karen Marks, Barbara Weinstein. SECOND ROW: Sandra Stein, 
Marlene Greenberg, Marlene Blumenthal, Mrs. Arabelle Conlee, Penny Fisher, Rita Rifken, Deana Peckler. BOTTOM ROW: Sheri Eckerling, 
Donna Pearlstein, Rhonda Kasik, Marlena Kamstock, Marcia Weiner, Mona Freeman, Susan Levy. NOT IN PANEL: Susan Penn. 





TOP ROW: Sandra Stein, scribe; Renee Reese, house manager; 
Barbara Weinstein, rush chairman; Deana Peckler, social chair- 
man; Marlene Greenberg, bursar. BOTTOM ROW: Rita Rifken, 
second vice chancellor; Penny Fisher, chancellor; Marlene 
Blumenthal, first vice chancellor. 



IOTA ALPHA PI 




Christmastime at Iota Alpha Pi 

brings the annual Christmas Party with Theta Xi. 

A class of grade-school children is 

invited to the house for an 

afternoon of festivities. The 

party is particularly thrilling to 

the children because they are all from 

underprivileged homes. After singing carols and 

eating cookies and punch, a 

Theta Xi appears dressed as Santa Claus. 

Each child receives a toy 

and a wish for a very merry Christmas. 

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TOP ROW: Virginia Patterson, Judith Larson, Jane Kelley, Cheri Siemers, Karen Dieterich, Suzanne Burke, Jean Geissman, Michele Rojek, 
Elizabeth Dunn, Barbara Green, Sally Ridgway, Martha Pettinga, Marianne Coyle, Maureen Buckleh, Bronwyn Carlson, Susan Fockler, Susan 
Haynes. THIRD ROW: Sherry Smith, Lisbeth Scanlon, Nancy Sundquist, Jane Heggie, Carolyn Newton, Gay McNabb, Louise Belssner, Marian 
Wogulis, Phyllis Frost, Phyllis Fernlund, Jeanne Voss, Maria Nemeth, Elizabeth Thompson, Nancy Peterson, Mary McCarthy, SusanOsborn 
SECOND ROW: Carol Meiller, Cheryl Crabtree, Sally Jeffries, Mary Boothby, Paula Gottschalk, Victoria Terry, Mrs. Marjori'e Taylor, Susan 
Schick, Judith Pietrus, Nancy Plocar, Barbara Vierling, Nancy Young, Susan Bortman, Donna Rudy. BOTTOM ROW: Joan Lewis, Lisa Ar- 
richiello, Mary Schaefer, Marilyn Ricks, Sally Bourdeau, Sally Rice, Mary Haberkamp, Connie Fouts, Pamela Foulks, Judith Adamson, Frances 
Conklin, Carol Dickerson. NOT IN PANEL: Janice Bear, Carol Jackson, Susan Joyce, Sylvia Lemen, Sally Pfeifer, Linda Rice, Joan Schroeder 
Jennifer Smith, Diane Thomas, Doris Walton. 




KAPPA ALPHA THETA 



"A fraternity might form a strong 

bond of union and encourage members to 

r stay in college, making graduation a goal possible 

of attainment. It might help girls 

realize that the advancement of one woman is the 

advancement of all." This ideal was one 

expressed by the founder of Kappa Alpha Theta, 

the first Greek letter fraternity 

established for college women. Over the 

years, Theta has maintained an 

important position in all phases of the 

advancement of college women. 

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TOP ROW: Doris Walton, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Paula, 
Gottschalk, vice president; Carol Meiller, recording secretary; 
Judith Pietrus, pledge trainer; Nancy Plocar, corresponding sec- 
retary; Victoria Terry, house manager. BOTTOM ROW: Susan 
Schick, president; Cheri Siemers, rush chairman; Cheryl Crabtree, 
social chairman; Sherry Smith, scholarship chairman. 




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TOP ROW: Ruth Siwek, editor; Rebecca Palmer, treasurer; 
Catherine Wit, rush chairman, Ruth Kopp, secretary. MIDDLE 
ROW: Mary Luckett, president; Mary Owens, vice president. 
BOTTOM ROW: Valerie Papae, house manager; Ann Trampe, 
assistant treasurer. 




The Kappa Deltas aroused the 

curiosity of the entire campus 

last spring by distributing buttons 

displaying the word SPOOF. 

SPOOF was the slogan which announced an open 

house held at Kappa Delta. 

Nearly one thousand people 

came to the chapter house to 

participate in the SPOOF dance. Because of its 

great success, the dance is now 

an annual attraction as part 

of the Kappa Delta tradition. 



TOP ROW: Carolyn Rosenberg, Diane Snider, Victoria Vollrath, Patrice Holmes, Harleen Young, Anastasia Lambesis, Donna Shuch, Gloria 
Pitman, Willa Combs, Diane Koerner, Linda Legare, Kathleen Miller, Linda Keyser, Stasia Oertley, Sheila Porn, Mary Thallgott, Lyn Saracino. 
THIRD ROW: Carol Lucheon, Sandra Beck, LaVonne McDowell, Arlis Bosma, Carol Wendell, Phyllis Kopriva, Mary Ellen Andrew, Linda 
Pazak, Phyllis Garbe, Jean Porter, Bonnie Owens, Renee Thronburg, Sheryl Butts, Patricia Duffield, Judith Conroy, Carol Kappler, Barbara 
Nance, Donna Nemke, Susan Braden. SECOND ROW: Jeanette Brandner, Tracey Evert, Ruth Kopp, Ruth Siwek, Mary Luckett, Miss Janette 
Hamilton, Rebecca Palmer, Ann Trampe, Catherine Wit, Valerie Paape, Elizabeth Brunei-. BOTTOM ROW: Jean Clinton, Marilyn Muir, 
Nancy Breen, Gayle Mangold, Nancy Richmann, Lynn Arndt, Joyce Regel, Connie Rudzinski, Karen Kiick, Susan Ramirez, Kathleen Brooks. 
NOT IN PANEL: Mary Ann Hebron, Janis Linstromberg, Mary McCormick, Karen Mead, Mary Owens. 




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TOP ROW: Susan Lashbrook, corresponding secretary; Marci 
Schirmer, pledge trainer; Marylea Benware, social chairman 
Linda Zeiter, scholarship chairman. THIRD ROW: Carol Houli- 
han, second vice president; Carolle Shotts, first vice president. 
SECOND ROW: Robin Thibodeau, treasurer; Susan Alster, 
president; Ann Maurer, recording secretary. BOTTOM ROW: 
Catherine Sloboda, house chairman; Ronda DeCcardy, rush 
Onp nf the nrimarv nnrnnses nf Kanna chairman. NRT IN PANEL: Betty Cocking, public relations 

Une 01 ' ne Primary purposes OI J^appa chairman; Cecily Parker, marshall; Barbara Lovig, registrar. 

Kappa Gamma is to offer financial assistance to 

the deserving and needy. During 

World War I, a Kappa involved 

in war work in France appealed for clothing and 

money for the children of the poor in 

Bellevue, Paris. During the 

Second World War, a fund for refugee 

children was started due to the efforts of a 

Kappa working in London. For these 

efforts, the Kappas have received many 

citations from foreign countries. 

TOP ROW: Marsha Clark, Linda Zeiter, Stacey Ross, Nancy Lumkes, Kathryn Linde, Marylea Benware, Sharron Moody, Glenda Anderson, 
Susan Lashbrook, Janet Robertson, Marcia Schirmer, Dianne Pinnow, Carol Costello, Carol Kristen, Mary Bothe, Jean Anderson, Nancy Bixby, 
Marilyn Panella. THIRD ROW: Rhonda DeCardy, Katherine Byers, Barbara Lovig, Catherine Sloboda, Judith Hannula, Betty Cocking, 
Constance Mathews, Cecily Parker, Bertha Bradt, Victoria Tennes, Carol Houlihan, Karen Corwin, Laurel Toelle, Mary Burke, Carolyn Weber, 
Robin Thibodeau, Janice Madsen, Patricia Porter. SECOND ROW: Mary Long, Beverly Larence, Ann Maurer, Mary Wurtzel, Sabine Matten- 
heimer, Mary Blair, Carolle Shotts, Mrs. Eleanore Mitchell, Susan Alster, Nancy Powers, Nancy Felts, Jenny Jones, Sally Rolle, Virginia Brune, 
Cynthia Swain. BOTTOM ROW: Sally Bachrach, Barbara Putta, Cheryl Roberts, Judith Frank, Susan Maier, Sandra Subject, Bobette Speckhart, 
Georgia Sazuki, Jean Warmbold, Janet Sloboda, Barbara McGurn, Nancy Bordes, Teresa Shute, Susan Snow. NOT IN PANEL: Catherine 
Doolittle. 






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T° P v°)m Cy T hia A ^' Bar R ,ra Ab ^"' J?" S f PCSSy ' T ^ m f ^ennelly, Jean Kelroy, Joanne I ludspeth, Nancy Krainc, Linda Duis, Kathryn 
rrue, Kathleen True, Sharon Brown, Mary Ann Auvinen, Darla Dean, Mary Ann Duis, Ann Hilbert, Betty Fitzpatrick fudith I ovins Pameli 
Lory Susan Katzenbarger, Nancy Ninke. THIRD ROW: Jane Puree!!, Ruth Roche, Sandra Goshgari'an, ^athlefn Mellor Jean Sch dt^ Cen 
Kresl.Jan.ee Ruhr, Susan Eckert, Karen 7 horns, Karen Prosin, Carla Thomas, Charlotte Granger, Marcia DeHavcn, Marilyn Findah Tanct 
Tabor, Patricia McManamon, Marilyn Apfe 1 Jean Petersen, Pamela Boehm. SECOND ROW: Penelope Fredricks, Carol Moeller Kathleen 
Cantwel 1, Suzanne Olson^Alane Peterson Arias King Mrs Gwen Jarrell, Susan Awe, Sandra Parker, Margaret Eschbach, Pamela Love, Janet 
Baliva, Judy Forth. BOTTOM ROW. Susan Wakefield, Louise Breckel, Suzanne Swanson, Sherrill Birkenmaier, Carol Cooke, Susan Lane 
Georgia Scully, Martha Sorgatz, Lois Bright, Susan Schroeder, Sherrie Walsh, Laura Hudson. NOT IN PANEL- Linda Steilen Gail Powers' 
Janice Couper. 





PHIMU 



TOP ROW: Margaret Eschbach, treasurer; Susan Awe, presi- 
dent; Pamela Love, recording secretary; Sandra Parker, corre- 
sponding secretary; Suzanne Olson, pledge trainer. BOTTOM 
ROW: Kathleen Cantwell, rush chairman; Arias King, vice 
president; Alane Peterson, rush chairman. 




The date was March 4, 1852, and the place 

was Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia. 

The "founding fathers" were three fifteen-year-old 

girls, best friends who decided to 

organize the Philomathean Society, Phi Mu. 

The original pin was fashioned from 

a twenty dollar gold piece. 

In 1921 Phi Mu reached our campus, 

and the Delta Beta chapter was formed. 

Last march a recolonization 

was held at which time 72 coeds united to re-new 

the meaning and spirit of Phi Mu. 

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TOP ROW: Wendy Shevin, Susan Erlanger, Carole Hoffman, Linda Reisin, Michele Strutin, Sandra Belden, Roberta Rubenstein, Pamela 
Siegal, Illissa Fagel, Ina Becker, Marily Millstone, Sue Sondell, Ronna Sulkin. THIRD ROW: Susan Malie, Myra Friedman, Darlene Ableman, 
Bonny Kahn, Marsha Ponrenze, Helene Uritz, Paula Mills, Sharon Sternshein, Andra Addis, Eileen Sternshein, Rhonda Yoelin, Karen Slotky. 
SECOND ROW: Inez Soifer, Pamela Swerdlin, Andrea Simmons, Sharon Kunar, Aunt Ruth, Carol Goldsmith, Susan Rosenberg, Merle Dorfman, 
Vicki Du Caine. BOTTOM ROW: Rhoda Friedman, Vicki Fine, Sheryl Sandler, Lana Fishman, Hera Weisback, Barbara Bessinger, Marsha 
Greenberg, Paulette Isbitz, Pamela Cohen. NOT IN PANEL: Carol Cohen. 




PHI SIGMA SIGMA 



"Aim high." The motto of Phi Sigma Sigma 

is the incentive behind many of the 

house's activities and traditions. To focus special 

attention on their high aims, 

a scholarship dinner is held annually 

in order to award those members 

who scholastically realized the motto. 

Each year, the pledge class is 

honored with a dinner. Every pledge is presented 

with a red rose as a wish 
for Good Luck in the hope that they, too, will 
achieve the sorority's motto. 
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TOP ROW: Inez Soifer, member at large; Susan Rosenberg, 
pledge mother; Sharon Kunar, archon; Andrea Simmons, treas- 
urer; Pamela Swerdlin, secretary; Carol Goldsmith, first vice 
president; Merle Dorfman, rush chairman. 





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TOP ROW: Vicky Morris, Janetta Moncur, Tonna Moore, Vivianlee Ward, Alice Landgren, Margaret Cox, Denise Davlantes, Ann Stafford 
Diane Eisele, Mary Bunchman, Joan Barenfanger, June Klassen, Nancy Turnbull, Mary Fairbanks, Victoria Lea, Nancy Temple Mary Lynge' 
Leslie Warner, Barbara Snow, Ellen Steer. THIRD ROW: Jane Shuman, Joan Scott, Julie Pontius, Joan Dailey, Carol Miller Karen Fischer' 
Feme Halleman, Susanne Glosecki, Sarah Beekman, Nicki Rappaport, Sharon Hill, Barbara Williams, Marda Morrow Deborah Lewis' 
SECOND ROW: Natalie Yule, Margo Miller, Nancy McKinley, Diane Brinkman, Christine Korst, Mrs. Iona Bradford' Suellen Scoggin 
Suzanne Katovich, Karen Surgalski, Jan Koenig, Lee Anne Kuehn. BOTTOM ROW: Joan Warmbold, Sally Guyton, Beth Walker, Glenda 
Parsons, Marilyn Lewis, Catherine Lamprecht, Anne Dallman, Gayle McCullough, Jayne Dilg, Deane Hillen, Marilyn Turner. NOT IN 
PANEL: Dorothy Wild, Christine Frey, Barbara Gustafson, Nancy Marley, Susan Morgan. 




PI BETA PHI 



TOP ROW: Jan Koenig, pledge trainer; Lee Anne Kuehn, social 
chairman; Diane Brinkman, treasurer; Christine Korst, vice presi- 
dent. BOTTOM ROW: Suellen Scoggin, president; Suzanne 
Katovich, scholarship chairman; Deborah Lewis, rush chairman. 




Pi Beta Phi was founded 

on April 28, 1867 at Monmouth 

College in Monmouth, Illinois. Their 

active membership, totaling 77,369 with 110 active 

chapters, is widely spread over the 

United States. The national 

project of Pi Beta Phi is a 

summer craft program in Tennessee; 

this workshop is designed to help the 

needy children in the surrounding area. 

The basic premise of the program is that the 

children will learn by doing. 

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TOP ROW: Sandra Lazarovitz, member-at-large; Nancy Stein, 
president; Paulette Rosenthal, first vice president; Lesa Kaplan, 
secretary. SECOND ROW: Majorie Boonshaft, house manager; 
Roberta Bolon, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Brucene Bloom, 
second vice president; Donna Sachs, rush chairman. 



Begun more than twenty years ago, the 

Sigma Delta Tau personal pal program 

has become one of the house's favorite service 

projects. Each SDT, upon pledging, 

"adopts" an underprivileged child from the 

Champaign-Urbana area, and once a month the 

child is invited to SDT 

for dinner or a show. At Christmas 

the SDT's give their children 

a party complete with Santa Claus 

and gifts. The girls find 

this project very rewarding. 



TOP ROW: Robin Gaiter, Sandra Berger, Marsha Hellman, Ronna Katz, Andrea Fischer, Dale Doniger, Ellen Silverman, Leslie Roth, Donna 
Corn, Karen Deutsch, Ilene Kaplan, Geraldine ShifFman, Mariam Temkin, Sandra Lovitz, Jann Shevin, Nanette Kraus, Irene Levin, Donna 
Mendelson. THIRD ROW: Bette Weisberg, Sandra Hindin, Ellen Block, Ellen Nathan, Ellen Ender, Henrietta Gerstel, Joan Kimmel, Marsha 
Schwartz, Karen Warren, Carole Blumenthal, Linda Wexberg, Arline Chizewer, Alexis Magged, Marianne Schonfield, Marilyn DeKoven, 
Jane Barnett, Judith Zindell, Beth Alexander. SECOND ROW: Linda Samuels, Sandra Lazarovitz, Donna Sachs, Lesa Kaplan, Paulette Rosen- 
thal, Mrs. Mildred Coates, Nancy Stein, Brucene Bloom, Roberta Bolon, Marjorie Boonshaft, Patricia Sato, Yvonne Kunin, Marilyn Pomeran 
BOTTOM ROW: Joanne Shapiro, Lynn Silverman, Barbara Polansky, Bari Weintraub, Linda Melamed, Arleen Siegal, Rose Simons, Jill Horn, 
Adele Lebow, Cathy Dwortz, Linda Chez, Donna Goldstein, Charlotte Katz. 



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TOP ROW: Brenda Plapp, Janet Siebert, Jacquelyn Reiland, Alice Jepson, Jean Marten, Snellen Stahmer, Judith Hufschmitt, Marilee Russell, 
Janet Madeley, Rebecca Paternoster, Elizabeth Sleeter, Sandee Koerner. THIRD ROW: Joan Conlin, Judith Shiplock, Marilyn Derby, Judy 
Edgar, Joan Kuhn, Sue Allen, Holly Ann Harden, Sandra Kungle, Kathryn Schink, Carol Wandschneider, Ann Monsson, Margaret Andrews, 
Marthelia Kinney. SECOND ROW: Karen Brewer, Ann Messman, Nancy Henderson, Carol Hamilton, Mrs. Lillian Groves, Lynne McNown, 
Susan Watne, Caroline Overman, Debra Hurson, Jeri Sue Barth. BOTTOM ROW: Cheryl Konetshny, Lois Anne Merutka, Virginia Soderstrom, 
Lynette Anderson, Dianne Johnson, Patricia Brelowski, Phyllis Czyzewski, Cassie Stutman, Judith Gray. NOT IN PANEL: Carol Nesheim, 
Judy Carlson. 





TOP ROW: Karen Brewer, treasurer; Susan Watne, second vice 
president. THIRD ROW: Debra Hurson, rush chairman; Carol 
Hamilton, first vice president. SECOND ROW: Ann Messman, 
registrar; Lynne McNown, president; Caroline Overman, cor- 
responding secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Jeri Sue Barth, social 
chairman; Nancy Henderson, recording secretary; Cassie Stutman, 
tush chairman. 



SIGMA KAPPA 




November is an active month around the 

Sigma Kappa sorority house. A ceremony, with 

a program presented jointly 

by alumni and active members, is held on November 

9th to commemorate Founders' Day. 

An alum and authoress, Lillian Bud, 

was special guest speaker last fall. In 

addition, the second week in the month is 

specifically devoted to their 

national philanthropy of giving service to older 

people. This past year the girls sang and gave 

gifts to the residents of a nursing home. 

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TOP ROW: Karen Nielsen, Sharon Adair, Barbara Booth, Ann Singleton, Mary Larrimore, Shirley Panish, Mary McCulloch, Louise Pfeffer 
Toni Bjorn, Gayle Cary, Sharon Landes, Janice Adamaitis, Ann Templeton, Patsy Darrow, Sandra Danley. THIRD ROW: Karen McLaughlin' 
Kay Lester, Lois Bruckman, Julianne Venckus, Susan Brownfield, Barbara Power, Sharon Saari, Sharon Kendall, Diane Posady, Patricia Kehoe' 
Bette Baymiller, Connie Holmes, Dorothy Ruter, Elisabeth Lloyd. SECOND ROW: Karen Hafenrichter, Carole Barclay, Linda Winke, Barbara 
Wallace, Vicky Moss, Margaret Murphy, Kay Freeman, Nancy Schierhorn, Marilyn Gallo, Barbara Grierson, Woodie Ingram. BOTTOM 
ROW: Dorothy Lierman, Mary Binder, Nancy Anderson, Lynn Jaeger, Kimberly Anderson, Jane Fuerbringer, Elizabeth Stinnett Regina Stahl 
Mary Slothower, Ellen Anderson. NOT IN PANEL: Nan Clatt, Floronne Griffin, Jacqueline Michael, Ann Shildneck. 




ZETA TAU ALPHA 



The yuletide season at Zeta 

Tau Alpha is highlighted by the annual Christmas 

party for underprivileged children 

from Champaign. The party, which occurs on 

the Sunday after the Christmas formal, is also 

attended by the ZTAs' dates. One 

of the dates dresses up as 

jolly old Saint Nicholas; each child talks to 

Santa and receives a gift. The festivities 

end with rounds of Christmas carols and 

refreshments. The party adds an extra spark 

of happiness to these children's Christmas. 

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TOP TO BOTTOM: Barbara Wallace, editor-historian; Carole 
Barclay, ritual chairman; Kay Freeman, vice-president; Linda 
Winke, co-rush chairman; Vicky Moss, president; Woodie Ingram, 
co-rush chairman; Nancy Schierhorn, secretary; Karen Hafen- 
richter, treasurer. 





TOP ROW: Ruth Lee, Anette Anderson, Janice Jones, Barbara Bryan, Janice Edwards, Cynthia Brown, Willie DeBerry Camille Johnson 
Valerie Simms, Elease Walker. SECOND ROW: Patricia Jones, Barbzra English, Elinor Wallace, Barbara Holt, Charlotte Ward, Alexis Ellis 
FIRST ROW: Deborah Johnson, Deborah Rhodes, Rochelle Gillenwater, Antoinette St. James. 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 

Each year the pledges of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority 

sponsor a "Can Party." Admission to the dance is either a can of food or 

twenty-five cents. The proceeds from this annual affair supply some needy Champaign-Urbana area 

family with a Thanksgiving dinner. In addition to being a 

worthwhile cause, the "Can Party" 

is traditionally a fun-filled event for everyone involved — especially 

the pledges. 



PLEDGE CLASS OF 1969: TOP ROW: Sylvia Valentine, Cynthia Brown, Janice Jones, Deborah Johnson, Elease Walker. BOTTOM ROW: 
Janice Edwards, Ruth Lee, Kathleen Hampton, Antoinette St. James. 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Ward Hargis, rush chairman; Roger Cogswell, 
senior dean; Roger Warnke, secretary; Richard Barton, junior 
dean; John Chapman, treasurer; Wayne Spitzer, venerable dean. 



Acacia, which was founded 

at the University of Michigan 

in 1904, boasts 45 chapters across 

the country. A close tie exists among the 67 men of 

Acacia on the University of Illinois 

campus, and this is shown by 

their ability to work together to 

annually produce a winning Stunt Show. 

This year's efforts with Tri-Delta, 

won them the second place 

trophy with a skit that was entitled 

"The Year Root-Juice Came to Bogus Lake." 

TOP ROW: Robert Glazebrook, Tal Fisk, Raymond Herrmann, Roger Johnson, Floyd Parks, Jerry Millar, Lynn Parr, Gary Reece, James Hatch, 
Norman Werner, Renard Biltgen, Robert Hockhalter, Steven Anderson, Arthur Hill, James Youngquist, Thomas Harmon, Roger Rentshler, 
William Alexander. THIRD ROW: David Manning, David Pemberton, Richard Wilmot, Tom Trent, James Eggers, Roger Angel, Wayne 
Johnson, John Burroughs, Richard Crusius, George Biderman, Glenn Cutler, Richard Conlin, Charles Beall, Clarence Shumaker, Charles Martin, 
Stephen Henson, Ronald Gardner. SECOND ROW: Gary Simpson, John Lundsten, Eric Trotter, Ward Hargis, Richard Barton, John Chapman, 
Wayne Spitzer, Roger Cogswell, Roger Warnke, John Wright, Robert Pearson, Richard Phalen. BOTTOM ROW: Carl Jenson, Kent Kraut- 
strunk, William Tuckey, Kim Knebel, James McGrath, John Nelson, Michael Pembroke, Anthony Burroughs, Joseph Franz, Edward Estes, 
Michael Stone, James Hegelow. NOT IN PANEL: Donald Dedic, Ronald Feeley, Raymond Feeley. 





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TOP ROW: Stephen O'Keefe, James Graham, Thomas LaMantia, Dale Schunk, Edward Krome, Joseph McCausland Randolph Farmer 
Beau Randt, Randall Georgios, John Meyer, Lloyd Marquardt, John Wood. THIRD ROW: Darrell Pepple, Ronald Singleton, William Dyer' 
Donald Broman, Joseph Hayek, Donald Krehl, Kent Yauch, Michael Porter, Glenn Johnson, Donald Small, Russell Drummond SECOND 
ROW: Dennis Frings, Roger Patelski, Armand Johnson, John Eck, Roger Puta. BOTTOM ROW: Craig Johnson, Paul Bond Bruce Carlton 
John Stahl, Richard Figura. NOT IN PANEL: John McQuown, Fred Kemp, Charles Hulick, Fred Moloznik. 





ALPHA CHI RHO 



TOP ROW: John Eck, pledge trainer; Joseph Hayek, ritual 
officer. SECOND ROW: Dennis Frings, vice-president; Roger 
Puta, internal coordinator. BOTTOM ROW: Armand Johnson, 
president; Roger Patelski, treasurer. 




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The men of Alpha Chi Rho 
returned to school last fall to 
find the house sporting a completely redecorated 
interior, including new carpeting, 
chandeliers, and a new paint job. 
"Stage two" of the remodeling pro- 
ject will complete the addition of new furniture 
in the house. An open house 

on Homecoming weekend marked the christening 
of the remodeled interior. This 
"new look" at Alpha Chi Rho greeted the 
chapter's golden anniversary in May. 

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TOP ROW: William Zillman, Frank Stewart, Jack Yobski, Louis Drake, Steven Nagel, William Read, Robert Eoftus, William Saer, Ronald 
Bergmann, James Scheppach. THIRD ROW: Gordon Shankland, Robert Jordan, Laurence Ganek, Richard Flaks, Michael Sidney, Kenneth 
Simpson, John Prescott, David Russell, Richard Luetkemeyer, Roger Pogue, Jerry Nelson, John Wollney, Theodore Kiersch. SECOND ROW: 
Michael Siegert, Robert Schmidt, Donald Reback, Robert Might, Norman Nelson, Jeffrey Meacham, Michael Morrow, John Barker, Bruce 
Ellingwood, Thomas Richtcr. BOTTOM ROW: Gary Moogk, Stanley Pogue, Donald Scott, John Cioper, William Mitchell, Donald Sharp, Jeffrey 
Scott, John Glennon. NOT IN PANEL: Robert Hoyt, James Castagno, Roy Eriksen, Alan Fiester, Duane Gerlach, Charles Glassner, David 
Hammon, Maximilian Prusak, Wayne Rose, Kenton Sams, Charles Sharp, Gerald Wagner, Denisn Weber, Richard Button, Gordon Campbell, 
Kurt Genteman, Mark Hensley, Mark Kneedys Paul Schroeder. 




ALPHA DELTA PHI 




TOP ROW: Jeffrey Meacham, social chairman; Michael Morrow, 
rush chairman. SECOND ROW: James Scheppach, corresponding 
secretary; Norman Nelson, president; John Barker, literary chair- 
man. BOTTOM ROW: Donald Reback, recording secretary; 
Robert Might, house manager. 



Founded at Hamilton College in New York 

in 1832, Alpha Delta Phi is 

the third oldest national fraternity and the oldest 

international fraternity. The Illinois 

chapter was originally Pi Theta and was granted 

a charter at the University Club of Chicago 

in 1911. In 1924, the chapter 

built its present house on the 

foundation of John M. Gregory's home. 

This house was built with the 

support of Henry W. Austin, an alum 

from Williams College, Williams Masschusrtts. 

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ALPHA GAMMA RHO 



TOP ROW: David Bechtel, rush chairman; John Matteson, house 
manager; Joseph Hopkins, alumni secretary; David Jacobsgaard, 
usher; Thomas Degler, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW? John 
Peterson, reporter; Daniel Hoge, vice noble ruler; Allen Leman, 
noble ruler; Ronald McClelland, secretary ; John Dittmer, chaplain.' 




Alpha Gamma Rho was founded 
simultaneously on the University 
of Illinois campus and the Ohio State 
campus in 1904. Its pur- 
pose is to "make better men 
through agriculture." The 

nickname of the fraternity serves two purposes. 
"AGR" not only stands for 
the major of each man in the 

house, but it is also the abbreviation for the name 
Alpha Gamma Rho. There are at present 
43 chapters of AGR across the country. 



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teven Wendell, Kenneth Baumgartner, Kenneth Urban, Delmar Banner, David Akin, Phillip Francis, Gail Allaman, Thomas 




Leo Ferrell, Gilbert Reznicek, Philip Schleeter, Michael Gray. SECOND ROW: David Berg, Thomas Degler, John Matteson, David Jacobsgaard,' 

Wolters, 
Michael 
..J Jurgens, Robert Betzelberger. NOT IN PANEL: Mike Bristow, 
Larry Heiser, Joseph Hopkins, Jack Jennings, Rex Piper, David Ruppert, Dean Stevens, Ronald Henrichs. 














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Recently Alpha Epsilon Pi cele- 
brated the dedication of its new chapter house. 
Built in 1963, the house accommodates 
63 men and has a housemother's quarters. 
It combines modern study conditions with 
the warmness and friendliness of a fraternity. 
The dedication weekend was highlighted 
by a banquet dinner dance given at the 
Ramada Inn. Officiating at the ceremony was an 
Alpha Epsilon Pi alum, Samuel H. Shapiro, Lieut- 
enant Governor. Also present were many 
other alums and friends of the chapter. 




TOP ROW: Barton Springer, exchequer; Alan Freedman, lieu- 
tenant master. BOTTOM ROW: Gerald Pinto, member-at-large; 
Harris Greenwald, scribe; Jarvis Friduss, pursur. 




TOP ROW: Robert Paster, Brent Kestin, Richard Superfine, Steven Friedman, Richard Eggener, Richard Kaplan, Martin Shure, Lawrence 
Fine, Lawrence Baron, Barry Katz, Robert Goldman. THIRD ROW: William Chapman, Michael Rockin, Jeffrey Weston, Fred Brostoff, Peter 
Pearlman, Willard Boris, Richard Greenberg, Jeffrey Simon, Chester Nudelman, Mark Gordon, Larry Ross, Michael Blair. SECOND ROW': 
Howard Levitan, Daniel Crane, Jeffrey Blumberg, David Weiner, Gerald Pinto, Harris Grennwald, Alan Freedman, Barton Springer, Jarvis 
Friduss, Kenneth Suskin, Jeffrey Winton. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Hecht, Arthur Carpenter, Richard Aronoff, Robert Berkover, Jack Borok, 
Howard Schneider, Ronald Klepetar, Ronald Cohn, Michael Null. NOT IN PANEL: Scott Diamond, Ronald Zuber, Michael Horvich, Randall 
Polisky, Norman Wolf, Walter Kamen, David Willenzik, William Frank, David Slader, Thomas Wechsler, Barry Novak, Arthur Tandy, Ronald 
Shattil,' Glenn Hollander, Roger Adell, Bruce Ladin, Barry Rermut, Maer Davis, David Sacks, Leonard Cohen, Marvin Benn, Martin Rothen- 
berg, Seymour Mansfield, Harley Cokliss. 



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110 E. Chalmers. Others participating were Michael Honig, right, chapter president; second row, Rabbi Hirsch Cohen, left, Hillel Foundation- 
Daniel Lewis, Milwaukee, national president; Carl Knox, U. of I. Dean of Men; and Stewart Minton, Assistant Dean of Men. 




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TOP ROW: Robert Bixler, Vince Reynolds, Carl Anderson, Karl Kessler, Richard Jones, James Nutt, Thomas Peirse, William Moore, Paul 
Milling, Richard Speers, Thomas Gumbel, John Peirce, Robert Tice, Craig Greenwood, Donald Meier, George Gilkers'on, John Boyer, Hugh 
Shown, Richard Heuser, Vernon Shafer. THIRD ROW: David Lloyd, William Lynch, Thomas Cameron, George McKeown, Bruce Meyer, 
James Davis, Daniel Kramer, Jerrold Beger, Robert Sinclair, William Kelly, Harold Pritchett, Garry Kepley, Richard Cocking, Richard Tomlin', 
James Dollahan, Robert Wetzel, John Wallace, John Douglas, William Schilling, James Watson, Robert Amram. SECOND ROW: William 
Plater, William Ballantyne, Richard Baker, John Logan, Robert Horstman, Keith Hielps, Bobert Tinkham, Werner Gieseke, Thomas Winings. 
BOTTOM ROW: Joseph Lucco, Todd Sanders, Mark Handbury, James Grothe, Paul Hinaber, Jack Tuttle, Jonathan Gibbs, Ronald Hoffman! 
Thomas Henderson, Lawrence Nelson. NOT IN PANEL: Christopher Blackmore, Charles Bowman, William Dick, Arthur Neavill, Lester Rhodes, 
Robert Strohm. 




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chapter was given special recognition when the 
Interfraternity Council chose the AKL 
pledge policy as their pledge training creed. 
The interesting aspect of this 
policy is its liberality, including such fea- 
tures as no pledge study hours and no hazing. 
In spite of an absence of study hours, the 
AKL house has maintained one of the highest 
scholastic averages on campus. This policy 
encompasses the theory of choosing mature men, 
capable of assuming responsibility. 



TOP ROW: John Logan, social chairman; William Kelly, rush 
chairman; Richard Baker, recording secretary; Robert Horstman, 
president; William Plater, administrative vice president. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Robert Tinkham, treasurer; Keith Phelps, executive 
vice president; Thomas Winings, pledge trainer. 



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TOP ROW: Michael Lux, treasurer; Edward Roswog, vice- 
president; William Nemmers, fifth board member. BOTTOM 
ROW: Verne Knoll, secretary; Joseph Bain, president. 




ALPHA RHO CHI 




Alpha Rho Chi is a national 

social and professional fraternity which 

limits membership to students 

of architecture and the allied arts. The 

fraternity was founded by two architectural 

societies at the Universities of Illinois and 

Michigan on April 11, 1914. Each chapter of the 

fraternity is named after a 

fainous architect of ancient times. The 

Illinois chapter, for example, takes its 

name from Anthemios who designed the temple of 

St. Sophia in Constantinople. 



TOP ROW: David Doob, Curt Thorstensen, David Greenhalgh, Alan Blair, Robert McCavley, Jeffery Kupsche, Richard Hoffman, Lester 
Lemngwell, Dennis Braun, Dennis Horbinski, Edwin Watts, James Johnston. THIRD ROW: Carl Bruckman, William Gill, Robert Lamson, 
Dennis Kajmowicz, Roy Drasites, David Mitchell, James Smithson, Keith Anderson, William Olson, Walter Hultsch, Roy VanHee, Robert 
Banko. SECOND ROW: Gerald Vest, Verne Knoll, Michael Lux, Joseph Bain, Mrs. Dorothy Headley, Edward Roswog, William Nemmers, 
William McQueen, Roger Maynard. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Frink, Daniel Schultz, Richard Maul, Robert McMillin, Andrew Wilks, Joseph 
Martinez, Lee Blair, Ronald Zyskowski. 



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Alpha Sigma Phi was founded 

at Yale University on December 6, 1845, 

when three men rebelled and organized 

a sophomore fraternity. This 

was a secret society and did not become official until 

1846. In 1847 it was declared 

Delta Beta Xi fraternity. After 

several years, Alpha Sigma Phi finally 

emerged. In 1908 it was established 

on the University of Illinois campus. 

Today there are ninety chapters of Alpha Sigma 

Phi. It is the tenth oldest 
national fraternity in the nation. 







TOP ROW: Foster Travis, treasurer; Richard Winter, vice presi- 
dent; Charles Given, president. BOTTOM ROW: Joseph Pesek, 
rush chairman; Michael O'Connor, pledge trainer. 




TOP ROW: Thomas Ulatowski, Kenneth Schmitz, Robert Miller, Richard Walker, Gregory Klocek, William Stillwell, Gordon Goranson, 
Terrence Arnold, Jacob Boner, Steven Ryden, William Wagner, David Hankermeyer, Richard Ross, Dennis Calvert, Lawrence Petri. THIRD 
ROW: Alex Abate, Mark Gillen, Frank Straka, James Holmes, Anthony Flores, William Norby, David Blizzard, Lewis Drucker, John Whates, 
William Kerchner, Arthur Drach, David Brown, Stephen Mueller, Gerald Gottschalk, George Kwain, James Lenzo, Michael O'Connor. SECOND 
ROW: Thomas Locke, Thomas Allen, Daniel Izard, Richard Winter, Mrs. Beatrice Harlan, Charles Given, Foster Travis, Robert Bednar, Joseph 
Desek. BOTTOM ROW: Winn Wikoff, William Molitor, Terence Campbell, Richard Porter, Dennis Flanagin, James Knirsch, Gregory Kilby, 
Gene Grimes, Robert Feareche, Michael Rizzo, Gerald Russell. 




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TOP ROW: Donald Briggs, John Stacey, William Aylesworth, Michael Cleary, William Carey, Gregory Griffen John Sorenson Scott Lorenz 
John Mulhken, John Wright, Van Ackerman, Ronald Bess, Robert Miller, Duane Teske, Gregory Wright, Dennis Likosar, Peter Schuyler, Thomas 
Svoboda, Michael De\ oung, David Dickey, James Frakes, Roy Ricketts, Dennis Mool, John Reising, Michael Hasselburg. THIRD ROW- lav 
Smith, Preston Johnson, Curtis Canfield, Scott Meyers, Arthur Becker, Robert Baconian, Kenneth Trigger, Richard Fredricks, David Florio 
Robert Batchclder^Larry Tolbert :, James Stevenson, Peter Bates, Terry Cole, John Matzer, Daniel Ogden, Gregory Dye, James Ellis, John Conklin' 



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Michae Lindsay SECOND ROW: Richard Schauger, Allen Sheldon, Stephen Hatfield, Robert Evans, Stephen Corn, Philip Bohaboy, Steph 
Kimbell Mr^ Thelma Andrews, John Petersen, Joseph Drolet, William George, Terrell Sharp, Charles Lund, Thomas Crickmer, Richard Lin 
blade, John Carhle James Vopika. BOTTOM ROW: John Fleck, John Foote, James Cooper, Quin Hostetler, Stephen Adams, Tom Gulley 
Richard Drysdale, James DeBord, William DeBord, Jeffery Secord, John Hardinger, William Stammer, Edwin Gray, Louis McAllister Harold 
Vanselow. NOT IN PANEL: Richard Tate, Robert Nelson, James Kehoe, Robert Phipps, Daniel England, Charles Traub, Robert Nolan, Larry 
Hinton, Philip Prince, Brain Grant, August Rump, Robert Brown, Kenneth Schreiner, William Hackbert, Ivan Johnson. 




TOP ROW: James Kehoe, house manager; James Vopika, elected 
member of House Committee; John Matzer, pledge trainer. 
SECOND ROW: Terrell Sharp, treasurer; Joseph Drolet, secre- 
tary; Stephen Kimbell, president; John Peterson, vice president- 
William George, historian. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Batchelder, 
appointed member of House Committee. 





ALPHA TAU OMEGA 



Alpha Tail Omega was founded in Richmond, 

Virginia, September 11, 1865. The ultimate 

objective of ATO is "to restore the 

union, unite fraternally the 

young men of the South with those of the North, 

and to foster a Christian brotherhood 

dedicated to the task of achieving 

and dedicating permanent peace." The Illinois 

chapter serves as a model 

for the 123 national chapters. This 

year ATO began its second century of 

existence — a century of brotherhood and success. 



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TOP ROW: Richard Foss, Donald Weeke, Christopher Klockau, William Foss, William Elsberg, Jim Diekilmann, Norman Siekman, Walter 
Feitshans, Alan Bliech, Gary Weimer, Ardell Nease, Wilbur Stamberger, Charles Peters, Gerald Skoglund, Thomas Trebelhorn. SECOND 
ROW: Stephen Kannaka, Jerald Borchers, John Quirsfeld, Edward Evans, Paul Monke, Paul Wentland, Michael Masny, David Schlitz, David 
Aschbacher, Richard Leverenz, Donald Stamberger, Duane Coordes, David Skibbe, Bruce Jameson, Richard Henrichs. BOTTOM ROW: 
Lawrence Milam, Jon Swanson, Steven Wilson, Howard Elliott, Charles Fisher, Alan Schramm, Robert Benson, William Russell, Ronald Haines, 
Keith Sheppelman, Allen Keiser, Norman Harms, Douglas Aniballi, Fredrick Mueller, Michael Baucom, William Hartman. NOT IN PANEL: 
Peter Mueller, Steven Broquist. 




BETA SIGMA PSI 



Beta Sigma Psi fraternity 
was founded on the U. of I. campus on April 17, 

1925, and this past year they 

celebrated their fortieth anniversary. 

Their founder was Pastor 

Stiegemeyer, who organized Beta 

Sigma Psi from a Lutheran 

student club here on campus. There were seven 

members in the first chapter; now, 

there are ten chapters in the country 

and forty-eight Beta Sigs at 

the University of Illinois. 



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TOP ROW: Howard Elliott, financial secretary; Robert Benson, 
treasurer; Charles Fisher, corresponding secretary; Norman Harms, 
commissar. SECOND ROW: Alan Schramm, rush chairman; 
Keith Sheppelman, second vice-president; William Russell, first 
vice-president; Ronald Haines, president. BOTTOM ROW: Allen 
Keiser, recording secretary. 




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TOP ROW: James Stewart, treasurer; Richard Knox, secretary. 
SECOND ROW: Daniel Kuebler, social chairman; Larry Pfleder- 
er, commissar; Scott Harris, scholarship chairman; Ronald Bot- 
trell, house manager. BOTTOM ROVV: Donald Huisinga, I-M 
chairman; David Player, president; Larry Bell, pledge trainer. 




Beta Theta Pi was founded in 1839 at 

Miami of Ohio for the cultural improvement 

of its members and the cultivation of the 

intellect. The Illinois chapter feels it is living up 

to these objectives for a variety of reasons, one 

of the most important being the 

Illinois chapter's scholastic program. 

Betas have been one of the top ten fraternities 

in scholarship at the University of Illinois 

for the last forty years and hope 

to continue achieving the 

same scholastic success in the future. 



TOP ROW: Dennis Immer, William Simon, Robert Lorenz, Bruce Howat, Jerry Sandberg, Robert Dunlap, Richard Allen, Michael Merrill 
William Zeihn, Nicholas Stahl, William Petty, Jerry Singer, Michael Lash, Kip Pope, Gary Tummelson, Richard Knox, George Taylor Dennis 
Cook. THIRD ROW: Roy Adams, Michael Wattleworth, Randall Dahl, Michael Rodgerson, William Palmer, Gerald Beck, Daniel Kuebler 
Larry Pflederer, Donald Huisinga, Kenneth Polaski, Richard Anderson, Dennis Cashman, Richard Leng, Richard Townsen'd, Marc Lobdell' 
Tom Stanford. SECOND ROW: Robert Newberg, Frank Ryan, John Stables, James Potter, Larry Bell, David Player, Mrs Mildren Butner' 
James Stewart, Scott Harris, Dennis Siebold, Karl Teepe, Ronald Bottrell, David Crouse. BOTTOM ROW: John Cook, Thomas Clark, James 
Anderson, James Trulove, Paul Hensel, Kelley Hynes, John Zeglis, James Ferry, Steve Wheeler, Johnson Kanady. NOT IN PANEL:' James 
Mynck, Namo Lundeen, James Dawson, Fred Klem, William Silhan, Gerald Mettille, Allen Ferreira, Robert Johansan, Robert Hutchinson, 
David Castilow, Michael Alberts, John Robertson, Richard Handzo, James Brubaker, Stephen Hensel, Dennis Pace, Stephen Kuberski Robert 
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chairman. SECOND ROW: Michael Cowan, treasurer; David 
Brent, president; John Freese, vice-president; John Mottar, secre- 
tary. BOTTOM ROW: Alan Spiegel, scholarship chairman. 



Chi Phi fraternity was founded 

at Princeton University in 1824 to "preserve the 

brotherhood and friendship of 13 men." 

Its organization here at the U. of I. began 

when the Ibis Club, which was an independent 

house on campus, decided to become 

a colony of Chi Phi. Their petition was accepted by 

Chi Phi national in 1912. Today 

there are forty chapters 

of Chi Phi established across the 

country, and forty-eight of 

its members are at the University of Illinois. 




TOP ROW: Michael Hall, Charles Ohrberg, John Pankratz, Duane Bolin, William Watson, Anthony Freda, David Kromka, Ronald Lipinski, 
John Shaffer, Steven Christodoulou, John Goldberg, Allyn Brooks, Joseph Girardi. SECOND ROW: Steven Seymour, Alan Spiegel, John Freese, 
Michael Cowan, David Brent, John Mottar, Warren Newell, Kent Flora, William Glover. BOTTOM ROW: Phillip Maerk, Robert Petrine, 
James Haulan, Marc Frazer, Dennis Doyle, Vincent Egan, Albert Keller, Steven Olincy, William Bukauskas. NOT IN PANEL: Michael Hickey, 
Dennis Huffington, Thomas Hunter, James Kilroy, John Secrest, Donald Gianone, Bruce Pestell, Laurence Langohr, Robert Suestka. 



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TOP ROW: William Kennedy, treasurer; Richard Cochran, 
president. BOTTOM ROW: Anthony Wimmer, vice president; 
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making it one of the oldest fraternities in 

the country. The house is always on 

the move, however. This semester a speaker's 

program was initiated with 

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theme. It is hoped that this program will create 

a better understanding of the student's role in 

society. The two highlights of the year 

for Chi Psi were extensive 

improvements on their lodge and the awarding 

of the Tug Wilson Improvement trophy. 

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TOP ROW: Glenn Frederick, Charles Gray, John Rogers, David Davis, Charles Edwards, Williams Dornbush, Ronald Kokal, William Hall, Jr., 
William Rogers, James Morgan, Gregory Kramp, Robert Eckert, Roger Broyhill, Robert Badal, Roger Williams, Larry Smith Timothy Selleck' 
Chris Traicoff, Merle Atkins. THIRD ROW: Randall Gibbons, John Schroeder, Robert Fitzgerald, Charles Church, Paul Welch, John Bryant' 
Samuel Cottrell, Harold Clem, Gerald Boyer, Dennis Stimson, William Koves, William Copeland, Lloyd Prevett, Marvin Snields, Wayne Wheeler' 
Arthur Couture, Richard Moser, Russell Roberts, Gerald Unks. SECOND ROW: John Clayton, Lee Hill, Jay Lipke, James Schaffner, Michael 
McClellan, Eldon Senner, James Goodale, Donald Angus, John McLean, Harold Stoller, Ronald Schuh, William Tookey, Charles' Paulsell. 
BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Hopkins, Thomas Kell, Vincent Offerman, Gerald Schuh, Donald Weder, William Austin, Thomas Scoville, James 
Zorns, Thomas Scott, John Hagan. NOT IN PANEL: Robert Liden, David Hancock, Emmitt O'Donnell, Donald Quirk, George Munz, Donald 
Froehlich, Ronald Smith, Gary Chessman, Richard Rabb, Thomas Tingleff. 




DELTA CHI 




TOP ROW: Eldon Senner, treasurer; John McLean, sergeant-at 
arms. SECOND ROW: Donald Froehlich, internal vice president, 
James Goodale, president; Robert Liden, recording secretary. 
BOTTOM ROW: Michael McClellen, corresponding secretary; 
Donald Angus, external vice president. 



The 51 chapters of Delta Chi 

fraternity, which was founded at 

Cornell University in 1890, 

celebrated their 75th anniversary 

this year. The men at the University 

of Illinois received perhaps 

one of the best anniversary gifts. 

The present came in the form of a new addition to 

their house. The Delta Chis are 

enthused over the decorating of their new 

addition and pleased because it will add room 

for a substantial increase in membership. 

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TOP ROW: Ernest Brewer, president; David Holloway, vice 
president; Paul Decker, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Clayton 
Anderson, pledge trainer; Robert Jones, rush chairman; Michael 
Connel, recording secretary. 




DELTA PHI 



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The men of Delta Phi are members 

of the oldest continuously active fraternity 

in the United States. This year the 

brothers of Tau chapter are 

celebrating the 139th anniversary 

of the fraternity and the 46th year on 

the campus of Illinois by hosting the annual Delta 

Phi national convention in Chicago. 

The recognition of Tau alumnus, historian 

Allan Nevins, as one of the three 

Distinguished Illini of 1965 was testimony to Delta 

Phi's continuing contributions to the University. 



TOP ROW: Larry Leonard, Trevor MacLennan, George Erickson, Darryl Meyer, Jere Ryckman, John Serson, Robert Schaefer, James Tretheway, 
Robert Hagan, James Goldinger. THIRD ROW: John Bearden, James Stenberg, Daniel Kruzic, Burns Davison, James Ringquist, Ernest Noack, 
James Scotkovsky, Stanley Catlett. SECOND ROW: Clayton Anderson, David Holloway, Ernest Brewer, Paul Decker, Michael Connell, 
Robert Jones. BOTTOM ROW: Thomas Murphy, David Adami, Kenton Jury, Homer Dewey, Guy Saffold, Lynn Zook. NOT IN PANEL: 
Robert Boynton, Thomas Burke, Julian Derucki, James Piatt, Rodney Reeves. 





DELTA SIGMA PHI 



The Illinois chapter of Delta Sigma Phi 

is very proud of their Korean Orphan Clothing 

Drive. In a door-to-door drive, 

Delta Sigs collected usable 

clothing, blankets, and shoes. 

The house then sponsored a dance at the Illini 

Union to defray costs of shipping the clothing to 

Korea. Success of the drive was 

shown in the 10,000 pounds of articles collected 

and in the praise received from 

the army and Ralph Dugan, Special 

Assistant to the late President Kennedy. 




TOP ROW: Nobel Ferguson, vice president; David Haake, 
treasurer; Steven Lurtz, seargent-at-arms; David Nefzger, presi- 
dent; Robert Makarski, secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Huss, 
rush director. 




TOP ROW: Marino Floreani, Malcolm Corner, Frank Maggio, Erwin Wuttke, Robert Lutz, Randolph Marsh, Gary McCoy, John Bellot, 
Gerlad Byram, Ronald Prando. THIRD ROW: Robert Menietti, Joe Merkel, Richard Racine, Ronald Osman, Fredolin Doll, James Percy, 
Richard Huskisson, Kenneth Smith, James Brunner, Steven Lurtz, Richard Lowery, William Langdon. SECOND ROW: Nobel Ferguson, 
David Haake, Albert Tillman, chapter supervisor; Mrs. Helen Cryder, David Nefzger, Robert Makarski, Paul Ellis. BOTTOM ROW: Timothy 
Docter, Micheal McGrew, Louis Cervera, James Spagna, Fred Ganaway. NOT IN PANEL: Robert Huss, Loyie Sims, Grover Hileman, Lyn 
?e, Joseph McCabe, Edward Salm, Lowell Giffhorn, William Currer. 





TOP ROW: John Bernardo, Russell Young, Robert Brothers, Douglas Chidley, Donn Elliott, Roger May, James Lake, Rex Bruns, Jack Frederick- 
son, James Carboneau, Gary Oakes, Klaus Gensheimer, Thomas Cramer, Terry Lee, Gary Holveck. THIRD ROW: Dennis Tierney, Karl Hahn, 
Gary Maxwell, Richard Simon, Leo Brieske, David Mueller, John Gray, William Fenton, Thomas Adams, David Koepke, John Gleeson, Lucky 
Somers, Donald Rowley, William Wencel, William Long, Clyde Ostberg, Michael Henson, Kenneth Hubbard, Carl Moss. SECOND ROW: Paul 
Gustitus, Robert Stockwell, Robert Foote, John Coyner, Gene Stefaniak, Mrs. Lillian Griffith, James Larson, Paul Smith, Robert Anderson, 
James Daly, Jan Verkiak, Dennis Mesic. BOTTOM ROW: Patrick Meehan, Donald Johnson, Dennis Heydanek, Dean Olson, Peter Simmons, 
Gene Lamkin, James Ahlberg, Charles Middleton, John Guest, John Tinley. NOT IN PANEL: Charles Mutter, Charles Roth, Michael Babka, 
Kenneth Riha, Andrew Zander. 





DELTA TAU DELTA 



FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: Patrick Meehan, treasurer; Robert 
Anderson, guide; Gene Stefaniak, recording secretary; William 
Fenton, corresponding secretary; Dean Olson, pledge trainer; 
James Larson, president. 



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The most well-known tradition 

of Delta Tau Delta, the oldest fraternity 

on campus, is that of its fireplace. 

In 1894 a Delt decided to carve his name and a 

design into one of the bricks in the 

fireplace. His idea became popular, 

and by 1904 every man who had been a Delt for 

five semesters carved a brick in the 

fireplace. Since then, the bricks 

have been moved three times, 

preserving for posterity the names of 

over five hundred brothers of Delta Tau Delta. 

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TOP ROW: Max Kelley, James McVeigh, Daniel Piegari, James Buysee, Michael Roe, David Holden, Richard Van Pelt, John Kreid, Bruce 
Sullivan, Douglas Weidman, Donald Wolf, Robert Whitesell, Charles Primrose, Robert Musson, Charles Zdenek, William Svoboda. THIRD 
ROW: Gary Hedge, Richard Schlogel, Jack Rudy, James Coleman, Stephen Kouzomis, Frank Prickett, Donald Feige, Arthur Tronsen, Ramon 
Kohler, Robert Burley, Corrie Schultz, Martin Sidor, John Elsasser, John Knezovitch, Larry Sauer, Robert Barnum. SECOND ROW: Phillip 
Meagher, John Randolph, Edward Waldron, Richard Hays, James Coughlin, Donald Lake, Robert Lukes, Joseph Walker, John Woods, Craig 
Kocian, John Stewart, Allan Miller, James Conner. BOTTOM ROW: Norman Michalsen, Robert Maly, Howard Bradley, Jon Nagel, William 
Faust, Robert Cotterman, John Zimmerman, Richard Hines, James Baymiller, Stephen Grumish. NOT IN PANEL: David Means, John Hughes, 
Russell Chesrown, Randy Fort, Robert Crowley, William Barrick, Robert Smithwick, Joseph Waters, Roger Parsons. 




DELTA UPSILON 




TOP ROW: Donald Lake, treasurer; Robert Lukes, president; 
John Stewart, secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Joseph Walker, vice 
president; Philip Meagher, pledge trainer. 



Founded in 1834 at Williams College, 

Delta Upsilon is the only national fraternity that is 

a non-secret society. DU was 

founded as a countermove against 

the secret societies at Williams 

College at the time, and Delta Upsilons proudly 

display the motto of the fraternity, 

"Justice our Foundation," on their pin. Since its 

founding Delta Upsilon has expanded to 

86 chapters, with the Illinois 

chapter being formed from 

a local, the KK Club, in 1905. 

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EVANS SCHOLARS 



TOP ROW: Michael Ward, senior adviser; Gary Doeling, vice 
president; Joseph Hurst, president. BOTTOM ROW: William 
Warnes, pledge trainer; Mr. Gerald Peck, faculty advisor; Thomas 
Kearney, treasurer. 




Evans Scholars are each recipients 

of scholarships awarded by the Western 

Golf Association. Each pledge 

must have previously been a caddy to qualify for 

these scholarships. Capturing 

the last three IM golf championships is evidence 

of the scholar's skill. Every 

spring they hit the links in the annual 

intra-house Calcutta. Members 

are paired in teams on the basis 

of handicap; each team is then sold to the highest 

bidder at a spirited pre-tournament auction. 



TOP ROW: Kenneth Fox, Richard Pavek, John Costello, John Baackes, Alan Pepper, Michael Seleski, Bruce McLelland, Donald Ruhter, Thomas 
Lund, Paul Gula, Robert Munson, William Pawlak, Kenneth Crepas, Richard Mitchell, Joseph Stojak, LeRoy Foley, Frank Polizzi, William 
Fitzgerald, James Walenter, Martin Frank, Richard Schonoff, Ernest Wright, Norman Glassman. THIRD ROW: William Pellum, George 
Peternel, David Mates, John DeLaMar, Robert Starzyk, James Ogorek, Donald Marini, Jon Anderson, William McGonaghy, Donald Jirewocz, 
George Olkiewicz, James Leach, Steven Gorski, Eugene Barry, James Marsden, George McGonaghy, Robert Navratil, William Nielsen, Lawrence 
Tollman, Robert Wengerski, Philip Dahl, Robert Panozzo. SECOND ROW: Jerome McCall, Michael Tomasic, George Muellner, Robert Bittner, 
William Warnes, Thomas Kearney, Mr. Gerald Peck, Joseph Hurst, Gary Dowling, Gary Kocolowski, Ronald Roberts, Joseph Kalus, Clark 
Moore, Philip Byron, Thomas Farr. BOTTOM ROW: Daniel Miranda, David Throop, Richard Harlan, Deno Joyce, Kenneth Celic, Lawrence 
Whitaker, Paul Kamin, Russell Johnson, Thomas Gustavson, Richard Loeffler, Thomas Kurth, William Voss, Thomas Pietrasek, David Anderson. 
NOT IN PANEL: Robert Bauer, Emerson Bouchard, Alan Cook, Michael Glowacz, Anton Janik, Daniel Kloepfer, Robert Manning, Lawrence 
Pedtke, John Riehle, Michael Ward. 





FARMHOUSE 



Farmhouse, founded in Missouri 

in 1904, was organized by a group of men 

who studied agriculture and 

were proud of the heritage of the land. 

The fraternity was established on the University 

of Illinois campus in 1914. The 

men of Farmhouse strive to live up to 

their motto, "Builder of Men," 

and they've done a fine job; this year, the honor 

of having the top combined fraternity 

scholarship was bestowed upon 

them for the second time in a row. 




TOP ROW: George Palmer, sergeant at arms; Gerald Theobald, 
historian; Ronald Roberts, business manager; Harold Anderson, 
pledge trainer. BOTTOM ROW: Larry Allen, corresponding 
secretary; Ronald Greenfield, president; Gordon Broom, record- 
ing secretary. 




TOP ROW: Laurence Johnson, Gerald Shirley, Dennis Mummert, Gary Swinger, David Reynolds, Douglas Sims, Jon Robinson, Laurence 
Hedrick, Kent Slater, Ronald Peabody, James Taff, Thomas Belton, Thomas Hall, Leslie Miller, William Meyer. THIRD ROW: Randolph 
Sims, Ralph Schobert, Robert Woods, John Rutledge, Donald Brauer, Dean Flessner, Terry March, Robert Broom, Alan Walter, Donald 
Uchtman, Kenneth Robinson, James Bilyeu. SECOND ROW: Larry Allen, Gerald Theobald, Ronald Roberts, Harold Anderson, Ronald 
Greenfield, Gordon Broom, George Palmer, Donald O'Neall, Michael Dorney, Glenn Lipp. BOTTOM ROW: James Carmichael, Dennis 
Knight, John Longlett, Alan Borhart, Michael McElvain, Roger Pray, Jon DeMoss, Ronald Hartshorn, Thomas Smith, Michael Walsen. 



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TOP ROW: Willis Brown, David Atkins, Gregory Wynn, Martin Miller, Timothy Brown, Ronald Long, Okla White, Ronald McDavid, Eric 
Larsen. THIRD ROW: Boyd Jarrell, Daniel Dixon, Jiuiinie Harrie, Douglas Rainey, Virgil Hemphili, Frank Hunter, Michael Ward, John 
McClure, Philip Hillman, Russell Dooley. SECOND ROW: Reginald Williams, Robert Johnson, Richard McCline, Edward Powe, Alan Young, 
William Hammond, Preston Pearson. BOTTOM ROW: Michael Parker, Gregory White, Deryl Rogers, Richard King. 





KAPPA ALPHA PSI 



TOP ROW: Preston Pearson, dean of pledges; William Ham- 
mond, house manager; Edward Powe, president. SECOND 
ROW: Richard McCline, vice president; Alan Young, keeper 
of exchequer; Reginald Williams, commissar. BOTTOM ROW: 
Robert Johnson, keeper of records; Mike Ward, strategus. 




Scholastic improvement is the main goal 

of Kappa Alpha Psi this year. Through the use 

of a pledge personal system, which 

consists of each pledge studying twice 

a week with an active, the Kappa 

pledge class hopes to achieve a 

high scholastic ranking among pledge 

classes on campus. The Kappa Alpha Psis also hold 

informal seminars for actives 

and pledges. Through these programs, the 

Kappa's have raised their house scholastic 

average and hope to continue improving. 

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TOP ROW: Douglas Stoker, Alan Krug, Richard Reynolds, Jr., Joseph Bourque, Martin Biancalana, James Boula, Douglas Garwood, Lawrence 
Cox, Timothy Moore. THIRD ROW: Robert Weibel, Kenneth Osika, Robert Orr, Kenneth Place, Roderick Schutt, David Youngs, Robert 
Stoller, John Pflum, Stephen McWilliams. SECOND ROW: Alan Tunkel, Steven Still, Donald Pflum, Terry Courtright, Robert Nespechal, 
Richard Krajec, Lawrence Darken, Jr., Robert Hayskar. BOTTOM ROW: Rodney Grusy, Steven Lowery, Dan Duewer, Allen Franck, Dennis 
Randall, Michael Timko, Stephen McKasson. 




KAPPA DELTA RHO 




TOP ROW: Douglas Garwood, treasurer; Robert Haysker, com- 
missary; Lawrence Darken, Jr., pledge master; Robert Orr, 
secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Steven Still, president; Allen Franck, 
vice president. 



The men of Kappa Delta Rho, while striving 

to obtain top recognition among the smaller houses 

on campus, find most success in their 

modern pledge program. This program is 

aimed toward service, especially community 

service. This past fall, the KDR'S 

helped prepare some unused rooms at Mercy 

Hospital for needed therapy facilities. 

The KDR'S have been awarded 

the trophy given by Alpha Tau Omega National 

Foundation for community service 

in 1962 and 1964 and received second in 1963. 

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TOP ROW: Robert Larson, secretary; Kerry Cordis, president. 
BOTTOM ROW: Robert Ellis, treasurer; Burton Patrick, vice 
president; Stanley Wilcox, social chairman. 




KAPPA SIGMA 




The history of the Kappa Sigma 

Fraternity can be traced back to an Italian and 

French secret society in the East 

about 1400. The actual founding of the 

fraternity took place on the campus of the 

University of Virginia shortly after the Civil 

War. The close friendship between five 

young men caused them to form 

an organization on December 10, 1869 now 

known as Kappa Sigma. The U. of I. chapter was 

founded on December 12, 1891 and is the 

oldest consecutive fraternity on campus. 



TOP ROW: Richard Bachta, Howard Lemcke, Keith Cooper, John Winter, Terry Wiggs, Richard Orlandino, Tom Smith, Richard Kieffer 
Harry Gregory, Roger Schneider, Kenneth Ludington, Ronald Bild. FOURTH ROW: Alan Roketa, George Powers, Wayne Gapsiewicz, James 
Zaccagni, James Larson, John Davis, William Ledger, Douglas Oetting, Brian Papke, Richard Johnson, Robert Mulhall, Kenneth Hite. THIRD 
ROW: Daniel Paulsen, Kenneth Sterling, Robert Ellis, Stanley Wilcox, Kerry Cordis, Burton Patrick, Robert Larson, Raymond D'Aoust, Chuck 
Armstrong. SECOND ROW: Ronald Guenther, Joseph Serpico, Daniel DeMarco, Robert Turner, James Hunley, John Gavagan Timothy 
Schaedel, Owen Streeper, Joseph Bonefeste, William Dec. BOTTOM ROW: Addlie Wright, John Lehman, Philip Vose, Wayne Dunham, 
John Bial, Lawrence Hungerford, Melwyn Hallem, Earl Berg. NOT IN PANEL: Gary Eickman, Daniel Jeffrey, Robert McKendrick, Leslie 
Thatcher, Robert Prosek. 





LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



"Variety" was the key word 

for Lambda Chi Alpha this year. 

The Lambda Chis, who were paired with Kappa 

Kappa Gamma for Stunt Show, 

combined hard work with good fun to 

capture the first place trophy 

in this popular campus event. The fantasy, 

entitled "The Year That Rapunzel Let Down Her 

Hair," was enjoyed by everyone 

who saw it. Lambda Chi 

and Kappa also united to build a homecoming 

float, and again they took first place. 







TOP ROW: William Rose, treasurer; Richard Lynch, ritualist; 
Richard Stotz, rush chairman. SECOND ROW: Richard Van- 
Treese, pledge trainer; Robert Ewert, vice president; Harley 
McVicker, president; Stephen Johnson, social chairman. BOT- 
TOM ROW: William Smilie, secretary. 




TOP ROW: Donald Graham, Hugh Connelly, Richard Johnson, John Schuldt, Frederick Stuever, John Lane, Richard Salogga, Gary Gardner, 
Danny Wilmoth, David Brewer, Richard Johnson, Donald Parkerson, David Ultch, Stephen Young, Robert Eksten, Ellsworth Ludwig, Bruce 




SECOND ROW: Frank Wiesenmeyer, James Sirois, Paul Mack, William Smilie, Richard VanTreese, Robert Ewert, Harley McVicker, Richard 
Lynch, William Rose, Stephen Johnson, Lee Cole, David Haufe. BOTTOM ROW: John Paulson, William McClellan, Richard Kehrer, James 
Robbins, John Ballard, Robert Tebben, James Bodoh, Gary Kaufman, James Keely, Joel Bachorz, Phillip Ross. NOT IN PANEL: Thomas 
Borton, Gary Keil, Richard Stotz, Charles Weber. 







TOP ROW: Kenneth Angus, Jay \Valters James Holderman, John Sandeen, James Shick, Timothy Dadant, Warren Peterson, Richard Dearborn, 
William Rothwell, Alan Grupe, David Fisher, Robert Smith, Robert Kell, Herbert Bavor, James Eustice. THIRD ROW: James 
Jeffery Hindman, Carl Myers, David West, Bruce Lund, Thomas McDonald, Ted Kissel, Alan Waters, Arthur Jensen, Patrick Mullen, Mark 
VVeiting, Donald Harford, Jack Keller, William Juston. SECOND ROW: Charles Mead, Onnie Judy, Charles Keller, Donald Brown, John 
Hoffman, Robert Lee, Donald Seagren, Fred Harris, Andrew Merutka, John Cobb, Hershell Gill, William White, Douglas Seagren. BOTTOM 
ROW: Scott Allison, John Anderson, Cristopher Hoyt, Frank Deneen, Kenneth Hamman, Michael Geskey, Stephen Harsh, Thomas Taylor, 
Hobart Mowrer, John Corzine, Lynn Peabody, Thomas Michel, Jeffery Trigger, Ralph Waldron. NOT IN PANEL: William' Watson, Thomas 
Parkhill, John Witt, Robert Elder, David Meek, Edward Rawles, John Akin, Harold Behnke, Fredrick Cash, Rex Slaughter, John La'lly, Peter 
Savage, Winston Roeth. 





TOP ROW: David West, pledge trainer; Andrew Merutka, 
warden; Rex Slaughter, president; Donald Brown, rush chairman. 
MIDDLE ROW: Bruce Lund, treasurer; Donald Seagren, vice- 
president; Donald Harford, historian. BOTTOM ROW: Fred 
Harris, social chairman; John Hoffman, secretary; John Cobb, 
steward. 



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A Silver Star improvement award from the 

national organization of Phi 

Delta Theta was an outward token of the 

fact that the Illinois Eta Chapter had an 

excellent year. The Silver Star award is given 

to those chapters that demonstrate 

excellence in scholarship, activities, 

and other fields of endeavor. The men 

of the Illinois chapter are especially proud of their 

achievement, because it represents 

the high standards set by the 

Phi Delta Thetas at Illinois. 

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TOP ROW: Donald Rappin, Steven Bernstein, Jeffery Sherman, Barry Kramer, Peter Callen, Lawrence Nudelman, Martin Medwin, Richard 
Hoffman, Dennis Clark, Jerrold Mink, Lawrence Buchman, John Plotke, Mark Simons, Richard Rabin, Scott Chavin, Michael Fishbein, William 
Marcus, Barry Goldstin, Kenneth Phillips, Harvey Schneir, Steven Drower. FOURTH ROW: Martin Korey, Edward Kozloff, David Meister, 
Geoffrey Gitner, Matthew Spagat, Jay Weininger, Michael Pinsky, Joel Miller, Jon Haddon, Edward Burns, Gary Solar, Robert Woislaw, Lyle 
Genin, Henry Badner, Ira Koren, Jay Freeman. THIRD ROW: Ronald Hecht, Robert Minkus, Robert Ruder, Marshall Eisenberg, Margaret 
O'Neill, Richard Mazursky, Stephen Berger, Michael Steinberg, Douglas Gorin SECOND ROW: Robert Schenk, Stuart Perlik, Michael Pritz, 
Larry Trattler, Steven Brunner, James Schlessinger, Mark Kaplan, Dennis Lampert, Richard Kaplan, William Kabaker, Barry Spitzer, Joel 
Berger, Howard Holtzman. BOTTOM ROW: John Weil, Harvey Rogoff, Lee Harris, Ralph Harris, Steven Weiss, Ronald Hindin, Lawrence 
Steiner, Howard Green, Richard Wolfe. 




PHI EPSILON PI 




TOP ROW: Richard Mazursky, president; Stephen Berger, trea- 
surer; Robert Ruder, house manager. BOTTOM ROW: Robert 
Minkus, rush chairman; Marshall Eisenberg, vice president; 
Michael Steinberg, pledge father. 



Each semester promises new 

and exciting additions to the University 

of Illinois, and the fall of 1966 

will culminate five years of work and planning by 

the men of Phi Epsilon Pi. 

108 E. Armory will be the new home for 

eighty PEPs. This will be the 

newest fraternity house on campus, and hopefully 

il will re-create the traditional 

warmth of a fraternity, rather than 

the cold, "motel-like 1 ' style of 

most modern-day architecture. 

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TOP ROW: Gordon Gray, pledge trainer; Peter Huson, treasurer; 
Dennis Flynn, president; Duf Schweninger, co-rush chairman; 
John LeFrere, recording secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Eric Berg- 
strom, corresponding secretary; Richard Brown, historian; Dean 
Swift, co-rush chairman. 




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The Fiji's, who have been 

homeless since the spring of 1964 

due to the burning of their chapter house, were 

home at 401 John Street last September. 

This event was celebrated 

with a dedication ceremony during 

Homecoming weekend. Among those who attended 

were their Phi Gamma Delta National 

President and several prominent 

alums. The fraternity, founded in 

1848, established its U. of I. chapter in 1897. 



TOP ROW: Charles Boyce, William Goldstein, Thomas Zimmerman, James Retzer, William Richardson, Henry Wurtzbacher, Daniel Dailey, 
Dee Carey, Donald Larson, Donald Motz, Christopher Eigel, Robert Johnson, Robert Jackson, Dennis Sarsany, Jack Davis, Denis McGrady, 
Edwin Hackleman, Stephen Peters, John DeVos. THIRD ROW: William Mueller, Edward Hartline, Donald Graff, Richard Wilson, John Wester- 
mann, Wayne Hutter, Stephen Kastner, Bruce Hubbell, Mark Shafer, Ronald Grant, Richard Elder, James TrimDle, Carl Lind, Frank Eiter, 
Tyrone Crawford, Lee Neher, Richard Mamer, John Klickna, Phillip Carlson. SECOND ROW: Gordon Gray, Duf Schweninger, John LeFrere, 
Peter Huson, Mrs. Elsie Heath, Dennis Flynn, Eric Bergstrom, Dean Swift, James Tattini, Stephen Bravard. BOTTOM ROW: Michael Prosen, 
Thomas Homer, Ross Swain, William Fiorio, Nicholas Eastland, Stephen Ferrell, Ray Swanson, John Meara, Eric Bach, Charles Porterfield, 
Warren Shafer. John Fisher. NOT IN PANEL: David Adams, Rodney Bond, Richard Brown, Peter Brune, Jeffery Carr, James Coleman, William 
Geist, Fritz Goretzke, Thomas Haskins, David Henkel, Terrence Hustedt, Scotty Jacobs, Phillip Knell, Stephen Kniss, Walter Kummerow, 
William Lawless, William Owen, Stephen Porterfield, George Radakovich, Richard Ristau, Dwight Ruthrath, James Sisul. Paul Wade. 





PHI KAPPA PSI 



Phi Kappa Psi was the first chapter 

house built on campus as a fraternity. Over the 

years the achievement of the Phi Psi's has 

best been seen in their long list of famous alums. 

Nationally, the Phi Psi's boast William Maxwell. 

Managing Editor of the Chicago Tribune, and 

Woodrow Wilson. Locally, they boast Clarence 

"Dabs" Williams, founder of the first 

Homecoming at Illinois in 1910. A very special 

alum, David D. Henry, pays the chapter house 

a visit each semester. The Phi Psi's hope 

the Klansmen will be next on this list. 




TOP ROW: David Grogan, treasurer; Daniel Dinello, pledge 
trainer. SECOND ROW: Larry Romito, vice president; Karl 
Krehbiel, president; John Bogner, corresponding secretary. BOT- 
TOM ROW: George Marquis, social chairman; Dale Olson, 
recording secretary. 




TOP ROW: Robert Perry, William Rundgren, William Wegmann, Frank Pytko, Daniel Dinello, David Acker, Frank Skorski, Willis Fields, 
James Marinangel, Terrence Moore, William Krause, Edward Boss, Dale Olson, Steven DeCoster. THIRD ROW: David Tomasula, Gerald 
Groenewold, Terrence McGillivray, Mark Fitzgerald, James English, George Marquis, James Philpott, James Swartz, Frank Bonan, Herbert 
Hupfer. SECOND ROW: Ronald Swager, Glenn Gutsche, Daniel Senese, John Bogner, Karl Krehbiel, Mrs. Nancy Caldwell, Larry Romito. 
David Grogan, John Schmidt, Peter Mills. BOTTOM ROW: George Delaney, Rick Selling, Donald Middendorf, Jack Baumann, Ted Maxeiner, 
William Thomas, Greg Guth, Joe Ream. 





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TOP ROvV: George Scheber, Geoffrey Brown, James Yore, Mark Darling, William Busch, Hugh Woltzen, David Minor lac 
Thoma John Haughton, Charles Pennington, William Enichen Dennis Norden THIRD ROW: Ronald Lundgren, James Moore, Wayne Doctor" 
Richard Bender, Mason Taylor, Paul Podjasek, Robin Bergstrom, Michael Prindle, Robert Weise, James Vessell Tames Hartnett 
Schminke. SECOND ROW: James Moymhan, Owen Johnson, James Long, William Brown, Frank Kowalski, Al Szot't Edmund Skutecki Lo, 
Friedrich BOTTOM ROW: James Wills, Ronald Jones, Wayne Losch, Daniel Corbin, Terrence Doran, Thomas Lara 





TOP ROW: Louis Freidrich, treasurer; George Scheber, house 
manager; James Moynihan, pledge trainer; James Long, rush 
chairman. SECOND ROW: Jack Smith, social chairman; Frank 
Kowalski, sergeant-at-arms; James Hartnett, sports chairman; 
Edmund Skutecki, sergeant-at-arms. BOTTOM ROW: Owen 
Johnson, public relations chairman; William Brown, president; 
Al Szott, scholastic chairman. 



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Phi Kappa Sigma's nickname, the 

"Skulls," was derived from their pin which has 

a crest bearing a skull with crossbones. 

The tradition of this name is bound up in their 

annual spring formal, the Skull Dance. 

The house is transformed into a haunted house, 

complete with boarded windows. A focal point is a 

traditional coffin containing a skull. 

Another highlight is an intricate maze in the 

basement built by the seniors. Only those 

with knowledge of its windings 

gain access to the Senior Party at its end. 

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George Dunbar, Dennis Daly, John Murphy, Dennis Eastham, Peter Donat, Gary Sayerstad, Michael Knowles. THIRD ROW: John Hathaway, 
William Devereux, John Dickinson, Scott Wilson, Lawrence Crane, Gregory Obrzut, Robert Kuntz, Larry Murphy, Jerome Nolan, James Arendt, 
Jeffrey Jones, James Oberweis, Terrance Viar. SECOND ROW: Lawrence Jones, Kenneth Ferro, Edward Olander, James Middleton, Vernon 
Selling, John Peleck, Michael Cowen, William Filip, Terrence Witt, Gregory Knutson, Dale Miller. BOTTOM ROW: Newman Cryer, Stephen 
Chappie, Alfred Whaley, Richard Whitsell, Imrey Almassy, Michael Young, Paul Havenar, Douglas Gifnn, Thomas Schwalbe, Terry Moga. 




PHI KAPPA TAU 



Phi Kappa Tau was founded in 1906 

as the "Non-Fraternity Association." "From 

the first, the fraternity was 

concerned only with the potentialities and personal 

work of individual men. The only 

aristocracy recognized by the group was that of 

achievement. It is a far cry from this 

"Association" to the Phi Kappa Tau of today, 

yet many of it's ideals are upheld. 

The association was not anti-fraternity, for it was 

closely affiliated with two Greeks, 

one a great national and the other a local." 

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TOP ROW: Thomas Reeves, president; Terrence Witt, vice 
president. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Ferro, secretary; Vernon 
Selling, social chairman; William Filip, pledge manager. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Edward Olander, house manager; James Middleton. 
treasurer. 








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roeder, president; James Hoffman, vice-president. BOTTOM 
ROW: David Roller, treasurer; Robert Foreman, rush chairman; 
Samuel Farruggia, social chairman; Marco Mariotto, secretary. 




PHI KAPPA THETA 




April 29, 1959 marked the consolidation 

of the only two national Catholic 

fraternities, Phi Kappa and Theta Kappa Phi, to 

form Phi Kappa Theta, which 

now boasts 53 chapters. The 

old Theta Kappa Phi house was sold and now the 

Phi Kappa Theta's occupy the 

original Phi Kappa house on Chalmers. 

Along with this consolidation the Beta 

Delta chapter at Illinois was named for 

Beta chapter of Phi Kappa and Delta 

chapter of Theta Kappa Phi. 



TOP ROW: Williard Groth, Thomas Mier, John Boyle, John Mulvey, August Pionke, Louis Matsko, Richard Naugton. THIRD ROW: David 
Loftis, John O'Connell, Thomas Traush, Allen Mossell, Richard Hulina, John Grady, Walter Maksym, James Corcoran, Gary Glab. SECOND 
ROW: Samuel Farruggia, Ernest Pihl, Marco Mariotto, Wayne Schroeder, Robert Foreman, James Hoffman, David Roller. BOTTOM ROW: 
Terrance Connelly, William Funt, David Loftis, Michael Novy, Robert Galle, Martin Urbas, Raymond Heinz, Frank DeFalco. NOT IN PANEL: 
Charles Zalar, John Hennly, Gerald Brown, James McFadden, Joseph Audy, William Barron, Michael Wiater. 





PHI SIGMA DELTA 




TOP ROW: Michael Saken, pledge trainer; Steven Kassel, secre- 
tary. THIRD ROVV: Marvin Glass, co-rush chairman; Jerald 
Kamensky, rush chairman. SECOND ROW: Alan Finger, vice 
master frater; David Rubin, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald 

Atlas, master frater. 



Founded in 1948, Phi Sigma Delta is one 

of the newer fraternities on the campus. The 

founders of Phi Sig were just 

out of the Army and anxious to 

eliminate from their lives some of the atrocities they 

had experienced during their military 

days. Out of this desire came 

the practice of an easy pledge policy. 

In return for this treatment, the pledges 

concentrate their time and effort 

on planning a successful yearly pledge 

dance, rather than a walkout. 




TOP ROW: Barry Fasman, Michael Steinberg, Ronald Karzen, Henry Feir, Allan Lieberman, Steven Colbert, Garry Friedman, Lloyd Gussis, 
Fred Anapol, Dennis Forman, Robert Walner, Bruce Scruff, Dennis Dorman, Alan Bers. THIRD ROW: Joel Werth, Earl Hoffenberg, Scott 
Levenfeld, Stanley Goldfarb, Howard Kirschner, John Baruck, David Steinberg, Lawrence Gertz, Robert Nadler, Robert Silverstein, Scott 
Kleinman, Howard Karm, Stanley Rest. SECOND ROW: Melvyn Romanoff, Martin Bariff, Kennsth Cohen, Michael Saken, Alan Finger, 
Ronald Atlas, David Rubin, Marvin Glass, Steven Kassel, Jerald Kamensky. BOTTOM ROW: Martin Fleisher, William Dobrin, David 
Andleman, Gary Wilkans, Barry Goodman, Joel Rubinstein, Kenneth Levitan, Barry Litwin, Ronald Warren, Jon Karbin. 



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Wayne Mucha David Goodwm, David Hallenbeck. SECOND ROW: Lawrence Van Ham, Spencer Schmidt, Richard Micklin, Michael Barney 
James Basine, Dale Johnson Douglas Brandenburg, Neil Isselhardt. BOTTOM ROW: Walter Meder, Richard Yackel, Richard Batten, Victor 
Richard Green, Richard Rudolph, David Allen. 





PHI SIGMA EPSILON 



TOP ROW: Kenneth Wodtke, recording secretary; James Basine, 
president; Dale Johnson, corresponding secretary. BOTTOM 
ROW: Richard Micklin, treasurer; Michael Barney, vice presi- 
dent. 




Phi Sigma Epsilon was founded in 

1926 at Kansas State Teacher's College for the 

purpose of promoting friendship and 

brotherhood. Since its founding the fraternity has 

grown to forty-two chapters, 

the Illinois chapter being affiliated in 

1958. Phi Sigma Epsilon is thus the newest 

fraternity on campus. Since its 

beginning the chapter has stressed 

scholastic progress. Their success in that field 

was seen last year when the house 

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TOP ROW: John Rosborough, Richard Getzendanner, Jerry LaCost, Walter Lickus, Michael Mullen, Charles Staley, John Ryan, Michael Tedor, 
Edward Bartz, Maurice Vick, John Ferguson, Michael Hodges, David Carter, Walter Rotkis, Erick Johnson, David Stafford, Mark Lucas. THIRD 
ROW: Daniel Mollway, Robert Plue, David Belanger, James Worden, James Dries, Stephen Downs, Walter Broom, John Larkin, James Mullen, 
James Powers, Richard Bednar, Marshall England. SECOND ROW: David Burke, Gary LaniD, John Slover, Alfred Swanson, Thomas Brewer, 
Mrs. Julia Kihl, Hal Thompson, William Wasson, David Dorway, Alan Marn, Gary Cordier. BOTTOM ROW: Herbert Overman, John Jilek, 
Gary Secor, Danny Bishop, Randy Notko, Roy Pedersen, Bruce Davis, John Duncan, Michael Graf, Gregory Vieira. 




PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



Starting the 1965-66 term with 
a 13 man pledge class, the men of 
Phi Sigma Kappa looked ahead with confi- 
dence to showing the pledges and the campus 
an example of their primary objectives: one, to 
stimulate scholarship; two, to promote 
brotherhood; three, to develop 
character. By improving their 
pledge program, emphasizing studies, and stressing 
campus activities and sports, the Phi Sigs 
achieved their goal. 'The result was 
a well-balanced and united chapter. 
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TOP ROW: Alfred Swanson, treasurer; Hal Thompson, vice 
president; Thomas Brewer, president; John Slover, recording 
secretary. BOTTOM ROW: David Dorway, inductor; William 
Wasson, house manager; Gary Lamb, social chairman; Alan Marn, 
corresponding secretary. 




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TOP ROW: John Norten, house manager; Richard Gossett, vice 
president; John Ahnon, president; John Sisson, treasurer; Phillip 
Stella, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: John Zaruba, secretary; 
Leonard Meyer, pledge trainer; Randall Dunlap, rush chair- 
man; Kenneth Andre, scholarship chairman; John Ruther, social 
chairman. 





PI KAPPA ALPHA 



The most significant day in 
the Pi Kappa Alpha year is March 1, which is 
observed as Founder's Day by 
chapters everywhere. Pikes throughout 
the country, and in Europe as well, gather 
around the banquet table to celebrate their frater- 
nity's birth in 1868. They 
pay homage to the six men 
who brought AKA into being at the 
University of Virginia and remind themselves of 
the high ideals of friendship 
which actuated those close friends. 



TOP ROW: Michael Dunlap, John Colson, Martin Topper, William Wendell, Ralph Van Bogan, Phillip Merkel, David Schlacter, Stephen 
Apsey, Jeffery Schultz, Adrian Augustin, Mark Steinberg, William Slanina, James Henderson, John Dragus, Harold Patterson, John Zaruba. 
THIRD ROW: George Freek, Richard Mariner, Willard McClure, Robert Henderson, Arnold Kraby, Larry Howell, Alben Myren, Thomas 
Herbeck, Phillip Madsen, Stanley Iwanicki, Randell Unter, Robert Kust, Gary Steiner. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Andre, Phillip Stella, John 
Norten, John Sisson, John Almon, Mrs. Lucille Orten, Richard Gossett, Richard Western, John Ruther, Leonard Meyer. BOTTOM ROW: Robert 
Mason, Keith Curtis, Grady Holley, Leo Carrol, Gail Hoffman, Edward Webb, Mark Beldin, William Broom, David Botrell. NOT IN PANEL: 
Randall Dunlap, Stephen Leech, Curtis Myers. 




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TOP ROW: James Fowler, archon; James Jewett, pledgemaster. 
SECOND ROW: Kenneth Rongey, secretary; James O'Neill, 
treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: James Wadington, historian; Joseph 
Gauer, chaplin; Victor Olson, warden. 



Pi Kappa Phi claims the unusual 
distinction of being one of the few fraternities to 

have a live founder. Simon 
Fogarty, who helped found Pi Kappa 
Phi at Charleston College on December 10, 
1907, still lives in the Charlestion area. 
Fourteen years later, the 
fraternity arrived at the University of Illinois. 
Since then, the men of Pi Kappa Phi have 
striven to reach the Greek ideal of the well- 
balanced man by emphasizing 
scholarship, athletics, and fraternal spirit. 




TOP ROW: James Masterson, Jack Bakker, Wendell Schanz, Delbert Voss, Evan Rolek, James Schalin, Gary Sharp, Guy Turnball, Dennis 
Aklinski, John Carlino, Dale Clucky. SECOND ROW: James Jewett, James Wadington, James O'Neill, Mrs. Mary Reedy, James Fowler, Kenneth 
Rongey, Victor Olson, Joseph Gauer. BOTTOM ROW: Jerry Dill, William Loftus, James McVicker, Lenville Stell, Frank Scott, Darrel Felty, 
William Walker. 




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Maltlack, Danny Waterman Ronald Lev, Steve Sandusky, Shelbey Gorovsky, Greg Moss, Mark Schribaum. THIRD ROW: Jules Cannon 
Joseph Greenhouse, Norman Rosenfeld Ian Fingerrnan, Philip Yoffa, Serwin Zuckerman, Gene Saltzberg, Edward Dolin, Terry Schuster, Fred 
Scher, Terry Gottleib, Mike Axelrad Bruce Rosenberg, Charles Rosenberg. SECOND ROW: Gary Elden, Dave Cohen, Shelby Cohen, Terry 
£™ JC aT, Kr ™ icr ' Earle Tockman, Aunt Dot, Samuel Weiner, Steve Bermah, Donald Grubman, Allen Phillips, Sheldon Goldman. BOTTOM 
ROW: Allen Grant, Paul Hurwiss, Steve Dassin, James Edwards, Frank Zimmerman, Mike Wolfe, Steve Fields, Larry Cohen Steve Hersh 





PI LAMBDA PHI 



TOP ROW: Jerry Berke, marshall; Sheldon Cohen, pledge father; 
Steven Berman, scribe. BOTTOM ROW: Samuel Weiner, 
achron; Earle Tockman, rex; Jeffrey Kramer, K.O.E. 






This year the University of Illinois' 

chapter of Pi Lambda Phi is celebrating 

its twenty-fifth anniversary. 

Founded at Yale University in 1895, 

the Pi Lams came to this campus 

in 1941. Included among their many traditions 

is an annual luau. Both a 

national and local tradition, the luau is held inside 

and outside the house. The torch 

light dinner takes place on the lawn, and the 

house is transformed into an exotic atmosphere 

complete with fountains and volcanoes. 



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TOP ROW: Warren Knauer, Frederick Walsh, James Hopwood, Lynn Boeke, Joseph Barfuss, Robert Mclntyre, Thomas Sauer, Raymond Fair- 
child, John Zick, Robert Mossbarger, Edward Melchin, Richard Frandsen, William Morrow, Alan Carson, John Stewart. SECOND ROW: 
Fred Jacobs, James Watters, John Squires, Robert Petersen, Julius Monterastelli, Michael Rechtin, William Codak, Gary Schwerdtfeger. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Lawrence Wagner, Michael Summers, Earl Henry, James Baker, Mark Netter, Charles Gilmore, Arthur Hanson, Ronald Day, 
Donald Foster, Donald Day. NOT IN PANEL: Lawrence Hoffman, George Salerno, James Hammer, Russell Cotten, James Barkley, Brian 
Albers, Thomas Janes. 




PSI UPSILON 




TOP ROW: Michael Rechtin, treasurer; Julius Monterastelli, 
president; John Squires, secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Robert 
Petersen, first vice president; William Codak, second vice president. 



Psi Upsilon Fraternity 

originally was called the Aztec Club. 

It was organized by six 

freshman at the University of Illinois who, 

after several months of acquaintance, found need 

of an organization to promote a 

wider circle of friends. In 1910, the Aztec Club, 

after four years of petitioning, 

was accepted into Psi Upsilon as 

Omicron Chapter. Thus, the 

Psi Upsilon Fraternity was established on the 

campus of the University of Illinois. 

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TOP ROW: Jeff White, rush chairman; John O'Hare, treasurer; 
Larry Case, president; Harold Carr, vice president; Charles Kad- 
lec, pledge trainer. BOTTOM ROW: Phillip Hinderberger, past 
E. A.; George Harvey, chaplain. 





SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon's Blood Drive in 
November for men in Viet Nam was greeted with 
national endorsement and adoption. Their 
program, originating here on this campus, became 
an item of national interest within two days. 
Through co-operative efforts of the Red Cross, 
White House, State and Defense Departments, 
the processed blood was flown 
direct to Viet Nam field hospitals. A man 
from the SAE chapter was the drive's national 
coordinator. The State Department sent 
the Brothers Four to the drive's kickoff dance. 



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McWherter, Craig Macintosh Frederick Maxwell, Douglas McNutt. SIXTH ROW: Paul Van Arsdell, Robert Lewke, Richard Ball, David 
n a T\ RTUPnw 7' Ran J d ° 1 Ph W&rte. Ta ™ e . s Pearson, Richard Robinson, Richard Kummer, George Emerson, Leland Nolan, Douglas 
OW: Leonard ( ,illan, William Rives, Steven Brubaker^Arthur Stark, Stuart Ege, Harold Carr, Steven Wohlwend, John Ballow, 

'Brien, Mrs. Marion 

Frank Hunssinger, 

. SECOND ROW: 

u, George Wenthe, Don Pearson. 

BU1IOM f^W: Verlen McCord Thomas Jones, Kenneth Kambic, Thomas Carlson, Ronald Peters, Dennis Jeck, William Borgsmiller, 
Jerome Clark. NOT IN PANEL: William Gudzen, Frederick Polito, Alan Krejci. 





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SIGMA ALPHA MU 



The Rho Chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu 

was founded at the University of Illinois 

on May 5, 1918. The first chapter 

house, constructed in 1927, was built in the shape 

of an octagon, which is Sigma 

Alpha Mu's national symbol. In 

1948 a tragic fire destroyed the Octagon, 

and the building was never reconstructed. 

The Labor Relations Building has since 

been built on the site. The 

present chapter house, located at 301 E. 

Armory, was purchased in 1959. 




TOP ROW: Alan Kassin, pledge trainer; Ronald Fischer, vice 
president. BOTTOM ROW: Ralph Weinberg, treasurer; Alan 
Frankel,= president; Kurt Salomon, Jr., secretary. 




TOP ROW: Irving Patt, Jeffery Rochman, Barry Lewison, Richard Shapiro, Jerry Bernstein, Warren Katz, Stuart Marcus, Arthur Abelson, 
Stuart Levine, Dean Katz, Michael Bender, Lawrence Cohen, Ralph Odo, Allen Lev, Bruce Behrstock, Michael Sackett, Bruce Zalman, Brian 
Braun. FOURTH ROW: Steven Goodman, Robert Kammerling, Paul Gallender, Leon Twersky, Richard Factor, Michael Berman, Alan Loiben, 
Stephen Gold, Stephen Sher, Erich Bloch, Jack Morgan, Michael Popper, Jack Bankier, Harvey Gersh, Joseph Fagan, Jeffrey Goldstein. THIRD 
ROW: Stewart Lazares, Elliot Engelhardt, Robert Belinoff, Alan Kassin, Ralph Weinberg, Alan Frankel, Mrs. Bernice Gordin, Ronald Fischer, 
Kurt Salomon, Richard Green, Ronald Broida, Ronald Goldberg. SECOND ROW: Ronald Banion, Samuel Doppelt, Robert Isaacson, Norman 
Cantz, Ronald Weindruch, Howard Hartman, Lawrence Ross, Michey Berger, Paul Stone, William Summer, Robert Moss. FIRST ROW: 
Jerry Samelson, Jordan Libit, Steven Trachtman, Barry Marshall, Kenneth Perlman, Lawrence Cohn, Barry Slade, Clifford Levin. NOT IN 
PANEL: Robert Smith, David Boyer, Michael Levin, Leonard Maslowshy, Ronald Aufrecht, Sheldon Menzin, Robert Berger, Harold Piatt. 




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TOP ROW: Michael Houston, Steven Jareo, Donald Jensen, James Redpath, Phillip Peloquin, Tony Fuller, Robert Mitchell, Richard Studwell 
Charles Harter, Tom Webber, Donald Schramn, Douglas Jackman, Edward Bayer, Franklin Newman, Richard Rasmussen, Richard Olderman' 
Willard Ross, Allen Ice, John Major, William Kastien, Kevin O'Keefe. FOURTH ROW: Robert Webber, John Sturgeon, Ted Jensen, John 
Teuscher, Thomas Gura, Jr., John Grimes, Raymond Fry, John Farthing, William Schneider, Larry Lekovish, James Wedding, Barry Miller 
Robert Harper, Joel Nelsson, John Utz, Gregory Huffaker, George McClure, David Wilson. SECOND ROW: John Beeson, Paul' Benda, Jeffrey 
Knuckles, James Reed, Robert Reimer, Laird Starrick, Bruce Newell, William McClayton, James Johnson, Gerald Hale, Marcus Van Winkle 
Steven Gilmor, John Tocks, John Raynolds. SECOND ROW: James Matarelli, Ronald Dell, Lester Detterbeck, Steven Hindman, Jon Vance', 
Howard Arnett, Garron Bohlin, Willard Pearce, Richard Shirley, Lester Levine, Charles Bernardini, George Demetrulias, James Phillips! 
BOTTOM ROW: David Major, Michael Kaminski, John Gillespie, Glen Cord, William Abraham, Larry Gieseking, James McMackin, Mark 
Bischoff, Kenneth Hartwig, Ladd Duda. 




TOP ROW: John Tock, pledge trainer; Laird Starrick, vice 
president; William McClayton, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Bruce 
Newell, president; James Reed, secretary. BOTTOM ROW: 
James Johnson, social chairman. 



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Founded on the University of 

Miami campus in Ohio, June 28, 1855, 

the Sigma Chi's are one of the largest and 

oldest fraternities in the world. They have 

the pleasure of having one of the most 

popular fraternity songs, "Sweetheart 

of Sigma Chi." Their objectives are 

to cultivate and maintain the high ideals on which 

Sigma Chi was founded — friendship, 

justice, and learning. . .and to provide 

a helping hand of brotherhood in the college 

community and in the years which follow. 



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TOP ROW: Fred Aprati, Rowland Hall, Roger Klaus, Harold Pertle, Ralph Switzer, Steven Shull, Dean VVoodrum, Thomas Barnes, Robert 
Shipley, Charles Yettke, John Julian, William Huyler, Timothy Bates, John Valko, Edward Wene, Michael Griffin, James Simpson, Donald 
Dempse'y, William Hails'. FOURTH ROW: James Freed, Walter Rebman, David Hayes, Rick Osgood, Steven Shay, Lee Kus, James Smith, Jack 
Buckler Carl Frey, James Gratteau, William Brignon, Edward Murach, Gregory Shaw, Robert Burns, Walter Bray, Norwood Hart, Edward Meyer, 
Roger Wahl, Richard Novak, Gerald Evans. THIRD ROW: Gary Barnes, James Silverwood, James Wolf, Ray Klinke, James Benedict, Mrs. 
Mary Barnhill, William Gerrish, Ralph Voris, Robert Outis, John Small, Ten Grebenar. SECOND ROW: Jack Murphy, Michael Hays, Douglas 
Harper, Richard Haeger, Steven Haymaker, Steven Wright, John Gross, Mark Wheeles, Clinton Jones. BOTTOM ROW: Herbert Schmidt, 
Robert Ritter, Bruce Jones, Frederick Devin, Sir Winston, Brandon Sohl, Thomas Dersten, Robert Simmons, Robert Gernon. NOT IN PANEL: 
Monty Tenne's, Phillip Hauggard, Jeffrey Hays, Thomas Berry, Steven Keeney, John Wanberg, Richard Hult, John Kretlow, Tom Freebairn, 
Thomas Finan, Randall Moore. 




SIGMA NU 



Sigma Nu, founded in Lexington, 

Virginia in 1869, is a well-diversified 

fraternity based upon bonds 

of brotherhood. One of the exciting events held 

by the Nu's is their "House 

Jack" party which occurs about 

once every month. Such exotic 

activities as treasure hunts, roller skating, 

barbeques, and a sportscar 

rally of the brothers' delicately tuned Fords and 

Ramblers through the cornfields 

around Champaign-Urbana arc planned. 

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TOP ROW: James Wolf, social chairman; Ralph Voris, pledge 
trainer. SECOND ROW: James Silverwood, recorder; Robert 
Outis, treasurer; James Benedict, commander; William Gerrish, 
lieutenant commander; Ray Klinke, co-rush chairman. BOT- 
TOM ROW: John Small, house manager; Ten Grebenar, co- 
rush chairman. 





TOP ROW: William Cocagne, business manager; John Stapleton, 
secretary; James Ransom, assistant chief engineer; Scott Swaner, 
chief engineer. 




SIGMA PHI DELTA 




Science, Friendship, and Duty are the 

three concepts which have guided the members of 

Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity for over 

twenty-seven years. SPD men are in numerous 

professional societies on campus which 

give them many opportunities to foster a 

better spirit of cooperation among engineering 

students and organizations. The 

names of many SPD members also appear 

on the Dean's List and in various honorary 

societies. Through these endeavors, SPD strives 

to develop the well-rounded engineer. 



TOP ROW: Darryll Mathias, Scot Taylor, Gary Gross, Dennis Roscoe, Bruce Goldman, John Hull, James Bailey. THIRD ROW: Khosrow 
Kassaian, Thomas Vocak, Arnold Herzing, Michael Dejule, Ralph Geeseman, Ronald Davis, John Meskimen, Frank Matiasek, Thomas Hintz, 
Edward Loukota. SECOND ROW: Fred MacMurdo, William Cocagne, James Blecker, Scott Swaner, James Ransom, John Stapleton, John 
Phipps, Robert Block. BOTTOM ROW: Paul Mcintosh, James Procyk, Bruce Mcintosh, Samuel Small, Michael Allard, Joseph Cich. NOT 
IN PANEL: William Morrison. 



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"That Was the Year We Branded 

the Hoosiers" was the theme for the 

best Homecoming decorations on campus at Sigma 

Phi Epsilon. The cooperation necessary 

for recognition such as this, as well 

as for achievement in scholastic endeavors, 

exemplifies the high value the men of Sigma Phi 

Epsilon place on brotherhood. 

As at all Sig Ep chapter houses, the famous 

red door is always open, 

welcoming all to enter and partake 

in a true fraternity of men. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Edward Dunne, vice president; Frank Lind- 
berg, comptroller; Richard Kirchhoff, president; Peter Blidy, 
secretary. 











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TOP ROW: John Brubaker, Jr., Al Arquilla, Richard Cantzler, Kenneth Yancy, George Wojtko, Stephen Tousey, James Chilton, Michel Perrie, 
Frank Benson, Jr., Kenneth Ladage, Jon Bial, Charles Harwood, William Marshall, Jr., Jonathan Tidd, David Elmore, John Early. SECOND 
ROW: John VanHam, Peter Blidy, Richard Skinner, Richard Kirchhoff, Frank Lindberg, Ronald Marsiglio. BOTTOM ROW: Timothy 
Kopaczewski, Garnet Fee, Jack Fairbrother, Martin Baker, Kimbel Webster, Terrance Dowd. 





TOP ROW: Terry Reynolds, Gary Heise, Peter Kirch, John Lowe, Terry Mach, Jerry Mueller, Bruce Loberg, Gene Yagow, James Videbeck, 
Joseph Mavec, Jerry O'Connor, Wayne Johnson, John Smith. THIRD ROW: William Shrier, Mike Hollar, John Tucker, John Meyer, David 
Leach, Ronald Dunn, Joel Fitzgerald, Al Richart, James Day, Kenneth Jegerski, Larry Hood, Terry Montieth. SECOND ROW: Robert Bautn- 
garner, Douglas Oberlink, David Peterson, Calvin Laidley, Michael Kuhn, Jack Patterson, Jack Nowicki, David Brezinski. BOTTOM ROW: 
Dean Rodeghero, Martin Johnson, Robert Korich, David Cornwakd, John Gregg, John Socher. NOT IN PANEL: Larry Carlson, John Powers^ 
John Warren, William Wydra, Tom Davidson, Bruce Kincaid, Arnold Willms. 





SIGMA PI 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Michael Kuhn, president; Robert Baum- 
gartner, vice president; Douglas Oberlink, social chairman; Jack 
Nowiski, pledge trainer; Dave Petersen, secretary; Jerry Mueller, 
treasurer. 



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University of Illinois was founded February 26, 

1907. The chapter house then stood 

at the corner of Wright and Green, near the 

present location of Follett's Bookstore. 

During the depression, however, the foundation of 

a new chapter house was laid at the 

corner of Fourth and Armory. 

It was finished in 1938. Since 1907, 

Sigma Pi has emerged into a national 

fraternity of 83 chapters. The Illinois Chapter 

is the oldest active one today. 



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TOP ROW: Alfred Willis, Jr., David Rimington, Gerald Steiner, Allen Hornbrook, Frank Johannissohn, Kurt Whinnery, Wayne Giaclone. 
BOTTOM ROW: Paul Reps, Douglas Love, William Schuck, Jr., William Edminster, Donald Schmechpepper, house adviser. 




SIGMA TAU GAMMA 




LEFT TO RIGHT: William Schuck, Jr., president; Paul Reps, 
vice president; Douglas Love, treasurer; William Edminster, rush 
chairman. 



The Alpha Chi chapter of Sigma 

Tau Gamma began as a local fraternity called the 

Witanshire Fraternity, which 

was founded by a group of seventeen World War II 

veterans. In 1953 the Witanshire 

Fraternity decided to affiliate with a 

national fraternity. On May 9, 1953 it was 

installed as the Alpha Chi 

chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma. Since 

its founding, the Sigma 

Tau Gamma Fraternity has 

grown to include sixty-one chapters. 

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TOP ROW: David Friedman, commissar; David Goldstein, rush 
chairman; Murray Jacobsen, scribe. BOTTOM ROW: Fredrick 
Endclman, treasurer; Arnold Slive, first vice-consul; Barry Ker- 
man, consul; Gordon Krischer, second vice-consul; Leslie Block, 
editor-historian. 





TAU DELTA PHI 



In the late 1950's "Ace" Kaplan 

originated the shaving cream fight on the Sunday 

before final week. In his junior year, 

"Ace" made such elaborate preparations that he 

did not have time to go to classes or study 

for over a month. Consequently, he flunked out. 

The "Ace" Kaplan Memorial Shaving Cream Fight 

was founded at Tau Delt the next year in 

honor of this famous frater. In last 

year's match the Brothers of 

Zavaroshni were victorious over the 

team of the Gorgle Thumpers. 



TOP ROW: Allan Machat, Stuart Glassman, Michael Share, Brian Cohen, George Hanus, Elliot Glabman, Irving Kravitz, Bruce Nelson, Richard 
Siegal, Robert Ferencz, Seymour Coleman, Edward Smith, Steve Kahn, David Smith, Paul Katz. THIRD ROW: Murray Jacobsen, David Katz, 
Raymond Bernstein, Norman Kantor, Melvin Klein, David Kaufman, Lee Becker, Raymond Steinberg, Lee Barbakoff, Seymour Levine' 
Edward Rosenthal, Terrill Oberman, Norman Rose. SECOND ROW: Leon Kaufmann, David Friedman, Mark Rosenbloom, Fredrick Endelman,' 
Barry Kerman, Gordon Krischer, Arnold Slive, David Goldstein, Leslie Bolck, Steven Melshenker, Alan Weisman. BOTTOM ROW: Lawrence 
Eisman, Gilbert Greene, Arnold Havens, Richard Janov, Warren Sterling, Kenneth Fletcher, David Weininger, Daniel Perkins Robert Worobow 
Jeffry Rubin. NOT IN PANEL: Howard Berman, Martin Lapidus. 









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In keeping with its high scholastic 
tradition, Tau Epsilon Phi holds a house academic 

dinner each semester. The 

grades each active member 

received from the semester before determine the 

type of food for each of them. 

If they received below a 3.2 average 

they get beans; 3.2 or better, spaghetti; 

3.8 or better, roast beef; 4.3 or better, steak; 

and 4.7 or better, filet mignon. However, 

the pledges who were not in school the 

semester before get beans. 



TOP ROW: Martin Salzman, scribe; Alan Charles, member- 
at-large; Stuart Weinstein, freshman member to the Board of 
Governors. BOTTOM ROW: Michael Kaner, bursar; Milford 
Ardell, chancellor; Michael Cahan, vice chancellor. 




TOP ROW: Charles Rosenbloom, Donald Fohrman, Jerold Siegan, Jay Rosen, Jeffery Wolf, Edward Schwartz, Mark Kaminsky, Michael Schaer, 
Stuart Spear, Bruce Roth, Maurice Bender, Steven Cohen, Arnold Briskman, Jack Berger, Richard Briskman, Irwin Mattin, Steven Bahrmasel, 
Neal Dickler, Avrum Poster, Barry Rosenthal, Richard Rice, Scott Schwab, Jeffrey Guysenir, Jeffrey Greenberg, Howard Simon. THIRD ROW: 
Kenneth Schultz, Abraham Gerber, Gary Starkman, Bruce Simons, Gary Levy, Craig Singer, Gene Shenberg, Gene Minsky, Ira Dickstein, 
Fredrick Drazner, Richard Gilbert, James Rubin, Max Rubin, Lorry Sirkin, Ronald Perlman. SECOND ROW: David Bennett, Steven White, 
Clive Fishman, Richard Haber, Michael Coyne, Michael Kaner, Martin Salzman, Milford Ardell, Michael Cahan, Alan Charles, Stuart Wein- 
stein, Burt Weinberg, Steven Lampert. BOTTOM ROW: Samuel Smith, Wayne Goodman, Mark Friedman, Michael Rosenberg, Edward 
Howard, Lewis Landsman, Robert Breyer, Robert Ardell, David Kravitz, Donald Siegel. NOT IN PANEL: Lawrence Abraham, Michael Deutsch, 
William Reinberg, Larry Fischer, Lee Gimbel, Jack Jacobson, Donald Kraft, William Marovitz, David Schultz, Lawrence Zaslavsky, Ronald 
Siegel, Joe Silverberg. 






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TOP ROW: Louis Berner, Michael Timm, Fred Meyer, Todd McNutt, Michael Wade, Fredrick Harms, Ronald Acks, Gerald Carbonari, Michael 
McCloskey, Kenneth Kmick, Robert Polifka, Stepher Acord, Terrance McCloskey, Paul Brodt, Alan Ciaglia, Edward Kinney. FOURTH ROW: 
James Felt, John Penning, Alan Manachassa, Terrance Disz, James Reinhardt, Robert Bruce, Glenn Hess, Owen Jensen, Edward Ruetz, Gary 
Pendergrass, Michael Finley, Dennis White, Samuel Stancik. THIRD ROW: Samuel DeFalco, James Cashmore, Nicholas Bridge, John Daniels, 
Martin Vanderweit, Alan Castator, William Kirk, Gary Olsen, Robert Wrooverton, Donald Houser, Robert Dahl, Duban Backe. SECOND ROW: 
John Morrison, Timothy Thomas, Dennis Tavlos, Richard Wierciak, Kai Anderson, Christopher Murtaugh, Gary Spurling. BOTTOM ROW: 
Dennis Doyle, Lawrence Swhela, Jeffrey Crandall, Richard Handersome, James Mann, Darrell Yearwood, Michael Thyfault, Theodore Hobine. 
NOT IN PANEL: James Grabowski, John Vanburen. 





TAU KAPPA EPSILON 



TOP ROW: Richard Wierciak, president; Christopher Murtaugh, 
scholarship chairman; Gary Spurling, historian; Kai Anderson, 
vice-president. BOTTOM ROW: John Morrison, secretary; Tim- 
othy Thomas, treasurer; Dennis Tavlos, social chairman. NOT IN 
PANEL: John Vanburen, pledge trainer. 




Founded at Illinois Wesleyan 

University on January 10, 1899, Tekes have now 

expanded their number of chapters to 216, 

making them the largest chapter-wise fraternity in 

the world. Gamma chapter 

on the U. of I. campus was founded 

February 3, 1912, and ground recently has been 

broken and construction begun 

on the new addition to the chapter house. The 

motto of Tekes is that they "stand for men, 

not for wealth, rank, or honor, 

but for personal worth and character." 

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TOP ROW: Carl Meurn, William Hill, Ludolph Wilson, Tommy Payne, Darryl Anderson, Stanley Smith, David Weisert, Philip Lazar, Daniel 
Borah, Robert Randolph, Gary Thersen, Peter Kriwkowitsch, Richard Florey, Bruce Kirk, George Marce. THIRD ROW: unidentified, Marc 
Doty, Paul Russel, Henry Pierce, Paul Gallis, Dale Eckerty, James Kelly, Curtis Fisher, John Stromberg, James Heitsch, Earl Harson, Dennis 
Flynn, John Beazley, James Dionne, Jerome Gorman, Donald Johns, James Coon, Hans Stadtlander, Charles Marshall. SECOND ROW: Thomas 
Struhs, Peter Wells, Frederick Freeland, Dennis Pfeifer, Richard Franks, Mrs. Esther Ament, William Johnson, Edward Gray, Frank Wood. 
BOTTOM ROW: John Rotz, Steven Choisser, Bruce Lefavi, Gary Dycus, Charles Schneider, Robert Frump, Harold Schwertfeger, William 
Randolph, John Marchoschi, David Jontes, Richard Schneider, William Webb, Charles Wood, Richard Taylor. NOT IN PANEL: Charles 
Gustafson, Charles Maxey. 




THETA CHI 




TOP ROW: William Johnson, vice president; Richard Franks, 
president; Frank Wood, pledge marshall. BOTTOM ROW: 
Edward Gray, treasurer; Dennis Pfeifer, secretary. 



Theta Chi attributes its origin 
to an organization formed in 1910 under the 

name "Trigon." Out of this 

developed the Brothers of St. Andrew, 

which later became Lambda Chi Alpha and 

Omicron Pi, now Theta Chi. In 1942 

the Beta chapter of Beta Kappa was absorbed 

by Theta Chi. Since the time of charter, on 

April 8, 1916, Theta Chi has known three 

homes at Illinois. The Spring of 

1966 brought a great weekend of celebration, 

marking a fiftieth anniversary for Theta Chi. 



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TOP ROW: David Randolph, herald; Robert Montgomery, 
recording secretary; Roy Roush, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: 
Robert Shaughnessy, corresponding secretary; Charles Phifer, 
president; Herman Klemick, social chairman. 




Founded in the eastern part of 

the United States in 1869, Theta Delta Chi is the 

oldest literary fraternity. The Illinois 

chapter feels it has carried on 

that tradition of scholarly endeavor through 

such incentives as a $500 scholarship awarded to 

the pledge with the best grades. 

Theta Delta Chi offers 

many incentives to help the actives in the house 

obtain the best grades possible. 

Studying recently paid off when Theta Delta 

Chi won the College Bowl. 



TOP ROW: James Paul, David Pickerill, John Mcllrath, Stanley Brandt, Wayne Johnson, Steve Stubmris,'Robert Cary, Ken Freer, Gale Wiley, 
Scott Francis, Kenneth Thurber, Tom Ferguson, Barry Romine, Pat Dailey, Tom Crane, Jerry Eggebrecht,^Frank Harmantas. SECOND ROW: 
Robert Montgomery, Robert Shuaghnessy, David Randolph, Charles Pfifer, Douglas Hittle, Roy Roush, Herman Klemick, Lawrence King. 
BOTTOM ROW: Wesley Davis, George Jurczyk, Gary Cole, John McCelland, David Cypcar, Rimgaudas Vidziunas, Ross Lambert, John Dailey, 
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TOP ROW: Donald Miller, house manager; David Jordan, 
scholarship chairman. SECOND ROW: Edward Cahill, social 
chairman; George Rishel, president; John Schafer, vice-president; 
Dr. Ray Hatch, chapter adviser. BOTTOM ROW: Paul Stone, 
treasurer; Frank Hackmann, corresponding secretary. 

Every Indian summer at Theta Xi the annual 

Aztec dance is held at the chapter 

house. Each member dresses up in body paint 

and a loin cloth to pick up his date. 

As the couple enters Theta Xi, 

they find themselves in a cave. 

In the center of the cave an altar is set up with the 

high priest of the Aztecs sitting 

on a throne. The girls are led 

up to the altar and are given a yard of cloth 

to make a costume. Those who make the 

best costumes are initiated into the tribe. 

TOP ROW: James Bidwill, John Plucinski, Gregory Hudak, Thomas Leeper, Frank Tabor, Terry Alsberg, Robert Smith, Donald Ferguson, 
John Hamman, Mark Bade, William Mandele, John Gilster, Eugene Heidemann, Ronald Birchall, John Leben, Richard Nedwed, Wendel 
Witkay, Richard Fried, Russell Mahlke, Robert Gillingham, Kenneth Cunningham, David Grabow. THIRD ROW: James Richards, Francis 
Moreau, Gerald Smith, Gary York, Daniel Williams, Gary Snieski, Roger Smith, Bruce Brown, David Knauer, Drew Fitzgerald, John Vowell, 
George Pagels, Gordon Greene, Lester Wrobel, William Lindquist, Stephen Rapp, Robert Wrobel, Charles Thinnes, Theron Kufahl, Paul 
Geissler. SECOND ROW: Richard Sanders, Richard Andreson, Donald Miller, David Jordan, Edward Cahill, Mrs. Norma Luker, Dr. Ray Hatch, 
George Rishel, John Schafer, Paul Stone, Frank Hackmann, Carl Risberg. BOTTOM ROW: John Johnson, Gary Taylor, Richard Bernard, 
Paul Sullivan, Thomas Palmer, Robert Wayman, Gregory Dent, Vincent Eitzen, Carl Woodward. NOT IN PANEL: John Hackmann, Alan 
Carpenter, Stephen Roberts, Gary Williams, William Stoces, Richard Maxwell, Byron Wilson, Peter Alsberg, Thomas Ernst, Stephen Miller, 
Thomas Schleper. 





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TOP ROW: David Giffin, James Nichols, John Walters, Michael Baloun, William Allen, James Bohlen, Robert Geer, George Schwarz Lcc 
Puryear, Richard Colver, Scott Fort, Michael Crosser, Jay Rockstroh, Neil Warren, Morris Westerhold. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Dee, Terry 
Bradley, Timothy Sharpe, Lawrence Moulton, David Porter, Kenneth Ebeling, Douglas March, Eric Brachhausen, Richard Kuiken Donald 
Bishop, George McGee, Guy Pfeiffer, Peter Hyzer, Delton Hartfield, David Hiland. THIRD ROW : Thomas Crawford, Michael Torgersen, 
Keith Haselhorst, Steven Blomgren, Charles Allen, Steven Miller, Alan Moor, Charles Mahan, Henry Shuggars, Dennis Newell. SECOND 
ROW: George Mihel, David Lathrop, Thomas Sharpe, Alan Decho, Terry Sims, David Holly, Todd Steinke, Richard Goldinger, Randolph 
Christianson. BOTTOM ROW: James Everitt, Leonard Sneed, John McHarry, Marvin Simpson, Christopher Wunnenberg, III, Robert 
Aldrich, Kenneth Hokinson. 




TOP ROW: Steven Miller, vice president; Alan Morr, rush chair- 
man; Steven Blomgren, treasurer; Charles Allen, president; Henry 
Shuggars, corresponding secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Micheal 
Torgersen, recording secretary; Keith Haselhorst, commissar; 
Charles Mahan, social chairman; Thomas Crawford, house 
manager. 





TRIANGLE 



The fifty-six members of Triangle 

Fraternity take pride in their newly 

built house. As a yearly project Triangle men 

make some improvement to this modern residence. 

Last year a patio was built. This year the 

men of Triangle are busy installing an 

intercom system. Funds for these projects are 

provided by alumni, with the installation 

work being done by the fraternity 

men. It is hoped that future brothers 

will continue improving Triangle's 

already excellent facilities. 

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TOP ROW: Leon Dragon, Peter Kauffman, Brian Grach, DonaldjRatner, Steven Greenman, Michael Baron, Harry Bosley, Seth Werner, David 
Abramson, Ronald Sebert, Nathan Leiken, Steven Solomon, Sander Heilig, Richard Freed, Carey Horwitz, Joel Robbins, Laurence Spector, 
Joel Leibsohn, Robert Flam, Allan Rothbardt, James Block, Steven Greene, Bruce Kaden, Brent Greenberg. THIRD ROW: Neal Hirsch, Andrew 
Kahan, Richard Leeds, Mitchell Favus, Randall Waks, Sidney Alpert, Bruce^Lurie, Richard Greenfield, Elliot Berkovitz, Robert Smoller, Jeffrey 
Rifken, Donald Janoff, Bruce Fagel, Alan Halpern, Richard Mittenthal, Bruce Kolton, Andrew Pawlan, Jeffrey Waitzman, Paul Shapin, Jay 
Kaiser, Herbert Horn, Robert Wertheimer, Lyle Phillipson, Allan Yusim, David Silverglade, Richard Kohlman, Lee Buch. SECOND ROW: 
Philip Lisagor, Barry Cohen, Eugene Bernstein, Frank Bailen, Clark Buch, Gerald Drury, James Weissman, Barry Salky, Richard Wollack, Mrs. 
Anne Mendelsohn, Guy Jaffe, Stephen Gould, Richard Reisman, James Klein, James Simon, Robert Byman, Bradley Goldberg, Lewis Greenstein. 
BOTTOM ROW: Robert Sperling, Andrew Yood, Malcolm Karlinsky, Robert Weissman, Robert Reisman, Michael Becker, Lincoln Cohen, 
Jeffrey Semel, Mark Glass, James Schlifke, Richard Edelson, Ralph Stern, Barry Levin, James Malow, Alan Streicker, Edward Blumen, Lee 
Tockman, Peter Fleisher, Curtis Schwartz, Joel Piatt, Henry Wolfson, Randall Weil. 




ZETA BETA TAU 




TOP ROW: Eugene Bernstein, historian; Jeffrey Rifken, sopho- 
more representative to Executive Council. SECOND ROW: Brad- 
ley Goldberg, treasurer; James Klein, secretary; Barry Cohen, 
house manager. BOTTOM ROW: Richard Wollack, vice presi- 
dent; Clark Buch, pledge father; Guy Jaffe, president. 



Zeta Beta Tau has always 

held academic achievement in high 

regard. This year, in order to promote student 

interest in academic matters, Zeta Beta Tau 

held its second annual Academic 

Recognition Dinner. This dinner honored 

members of the faculty for 

outstanding scholarship and teaching ability. 

In this manner Zeta Beta 

Tau hopes to show its appreciation 

for the fine academic work 

done by many faculty members. 

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TOP ROW: James Cantalupo, treasurer; Richard Lucas, presi- 
dent; Robert Patha, vice president. BOTTOM ROW: Thomas 
Sieberz, supreme council; James Waddell, supreme council. 





ZETA PSI 



Abraham Lincoln is the patron 

saint of Zeta Psi Fraternity. In its 

chatper house Zeta Psi is 

proud to have a collection of rare Lincoln relics. 

This includes a bronze face mask, 

casts of his hands, and other 

Lincoln artifacts. Every 

year in honor of this great man, Zeta Psi 

hold its Lincoln Festival. This event, which 

includes a speech by a noted 

Lincoln authority, serves to remind Zeta Psis of the 

fine traits of the beloved President. 



TOP ROW: Terry Curtis, Jerry Renken, Reynolds Everett, Jerry Szablewski, Ronald Walters, Fred Jung, Jerry Szukala, Clifford Wenz, Brian 
Hollen, John Hessenplug, Stephen Taylor, Gareth Holtze, Wayne Rotenberry, George Vee, Paul Battuello. SECOND ROW: Roger Wildermuth, 
Tom Siberz, James Cantalupo, Richard Lucas, Robert Patha, James Waddell, Alan Palmer, George Peterson. BOTTOM ROW: Bruce Jablonski, 
Lee Gagnebin, Stephen Clark, Ellwyn Englof, Paul Finholt, Ronald Rindone, Jeffrey Herden. NOT IN PANEL: Doug Fishel, David Ruessel, 
Robert Metelis, Robert Novota, James Javore, Kenneth Harper, James Curto, Jeff Glaser, Douglas Whitlock, Richard Morris, Kenneth Kostal, 
John Schill. 




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TOP ROW: Naneen\Shannon, Margaret Price, Nancy Carlson, Janet Phillips, Mary Johnston, Zora Mrksich, Diane Harvey, Jocelyne Tertocha, 
Mary Hopkins, Lois Bambick, Patricia Stine. BOTTOM ROW: Kathryn Cromwell, Siu Choi, Nancy Mundell, Mrs. Leta Mock, Shan Steidl, 
Patricia Monigold, Carol JKingery, Nancy Wasserman, Mary Clow. 



ALPHA HOUSE 



ALLEN NORTH 



TOP ROW: Linda Hartley, Rojene Kentish, Susan Herbeck, Barbara Powers, Charlene Murphy, Brenda Webb, Mary Orban, Gail Mazur, 
Alison Miller, Diane Walters, Barbara Blume, Diane Dobry, Nancy Koelling, Beverly Swift. THIRD ROW: Kay Allen, Judy Lukitsh, Diane 
Scott, Diane Kehoe, Peggy Sherman, Deborah Tamarri, Rita Dickirson, Ruth Chalupny, Kathryn Arlen, Linda Carlson, Sharon Schwager, 
Susan Hayward, Ellen Felman, Marsha Upson. SECOND ROW: Catherine Rice, Mary Ruberts, Angela Mikk, Jane Atlas, Autumn Wells, 
Barbara Barnes, Alexa Noble, Marjorie McPherson. BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Munsey, Karol Muraski, Randi Anderson, Lynn Walter, Joyce 
Winer, Judy Mass, Irene Svancara, Catherine Ellerbusch. 




ALLEN NORTH 




TOP ROW: Toby Dyner, president; Sue Mool, Illini Guide chair- 
man; Cheryle Lotsoff, committee coordinator. SECOND ROW: 
Gila Goldschmidt, social chairman; Miss Bonnie Ellis, head resi- 
dent; Judith Feinberg, vice president. BOTTOM ROW: Joanne 
Ezan, secretary; Michelle Lefcourt, scholarship chairman; Barbara 
Schmitt, treasurer. 



Fun, work, and friendship made 

the year at Allen North a memorable 

one. The year began with an active Illini Guide 

program and get-acquainted parties 

to welcome freshmen and the new head resident, 

Miss Bonnie Ellis, and her staff of counselors 

to the hall. Through the year, 

the girls organized language tables, an 

Allen Choir, and intramural teams and held faculty 

and scholarship banquets. The 

goal was something for everyone, and this 

goal was certainly accomplished. 




TOP ROW: Lorna Enokian, Patricia Squires, Pam Lazzari, Jacquelyn Blustein, Rita Otti, Virginia Hermanson, Cheryl Miller. THIRD ROW: 
Gail Sawyer, Frances Pepple, Laurel Hampa, Nancy Dahlstedt, Barbara Gleason, Suzanne Pepple, Cathy Borige, Sue Mool, Ann Brookhart, 
JoAnn Ezan. SECOND ROW: Sharon Maple, Diann Watson, Gloria Schechtman, Gail Sullivan, Patti Wozniak, Cheryle Lotsoff, Barbara 
Schmitt, Gila Goldschmidt. BOTTOM ROW: Pat Seipel, Donna Ugolini, Maryann Patrick, Mary Flanigan, Susan Schroder, Joanne Saikley, 
Ida Cook, Bonnie Mirich. 





TOP ROW: Sarah Harrison, Susan Gartner, Judith Hoppe, Jaclyn Johns, Nancy Wechter, Kathleen Fuller, unidentified, Janet Hanson, Nancy 
Lane, Vicki Caram. SECOND ROW: Janet Hohman, Mary Jansen, Andrea Pearce, Patriica Thompson, Jean Kelm, Marie Winkler, Heather 
McKinney, Dianne Plunkett, Elizabeth Hession, unidentified, Polly Kohl, Carol Kalchbrenner, Tobi Epstein. BOTTOM ROW: Rhonda 
Weisberg, Mary Dey, Kathleen Priddy, Gloria Lanspery, Joanna Cornett, Mary Brainard, Joan Matysiak, Pamela Trawinski. 



ALLEN NORTH 



THE CHRISTMAS PARTY included 



skit given by several girls 
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TOP ROW: Beth Ehrlich, Sylvia Samuelson, Nancy Sherrill, Beth Hintz, Roberta Navickis, Debora Ahl, Mary Jesse, Judith Kerch, Susan 
Koprivica, Joan Coward, Pamela Gorman, Carolyn Buck, Mary Buck, Paulinda Russell, Charlotte Reed, Kathleen Laskowski, Joyce Robison. 
FOURTH ROW: Ferb Levine, Janet Evetts, Wanda Ball, Joyce Keithly, Nancy Olson, Loretta Trasinski, Karen Fischman, Judy Buckley, 
Constance Knight, Pollyann Piper, Linda Probst, Diane Paul, Joann Schadl, Carol Becker, Margaret Goers, Susan Silvis, Carol Mirock. THIRD 
ROW: Martha Leffler, Sue Hersey, Jane Patari, Sharon Stauffer, Barbara Kerr, Carol Bolte, Karen Gorton, Jean Fitzgerald, Diane Klopf, 
Harriet Wadro, Debra Yanowitz, Kathleen Flentge, Rosalyn Kaplan. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Zmrhal, Barbara Blehm, Suzanne Copple, 
Carolyn Wittberger, Judith Pekny, Nancy Dailey, Jacquelyn Thomas, Linda Hamilton, Dawn Lauer, Judith Fischer, Barbara Apken. BOTTOM: 
ROW: Bonnie Powell, Janet Paitl, Jeanette Lurito, Sally Harris, Sandra Vineyard, Lourdes Silva. 



ALLEN SOUTH 



TOP ROW: Kathy Bevans, vice president; Sue Minis, head 
resident; Barb Blehm, activities chairman. THIRD ROW: Sally 
Harris, social chairman; Sue Koprivica, assistant Illini Guide 
chairman; Pat Padgett, scholarship chairman. SECOND ROW: 
Michele Landberg, Illini Guide chairman; Sara Barclay, com- 
mittee coordinator; Linda Hamilton, treasurer; Jeanette Lurito, 
secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Paula Stark, president. 




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are reflected in the varied activities of 

Allen South. Scholastically, Allen 

is proud to claim members 

in Torch, Alpha Chron, and Alpha Lambda Delta. 

Throughout the year, Allen South 

echoed to the gaiety of many 

social events. Last year Allen was 

the only independent house to enter 

a float in the homecoming parade. The 

informal dances, faculty dinners, and after-the- 

game parties are other activities. 



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TOP ROW: Julia Ousterhout, Marion Smith, Janice Miller, Laura Schultz, Donna Warhol, Gay Damery, Karen Conrad, Renay Morris, Marv 
Bliss, Martha Cerda, Jessica Hahn, Nancy Harrison, Gail Baugh, Jean Dickerhoof, Mary Odle, Diane Marchetta, Linda Ververs, Kathleen 
Brave, Helen Keulks, Barbara Halperin. THIRD ROW: Kathryn Chilis, Sheila Bundy, Letha Hodson, Esther Ettinger, Joan Becker, Sylvia 
Drelich, Edna Mersch, Cathleen Shannon, Joyce Miller, Leslie Rockenbach, Mary Ellen Koblitz, Carol Brannan, Lynda Peterson, Deanna 
Stern, Mary Wiertelak, Mary Ellen Benec, Alison Breit. SECOND ROW: Ruth Cramer, Judith Harrison, Carol Scholten, Margaret Digaitani, 
Louisa Choules, Eileen Novitt, Michele Landberg, Joan Artstein, Milena Chomko, Sari Fox, Beth Goldstein, Janice Julian, Diane Ferger'. 
BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Speier, Nancy Job, Linda Kirkpatrick, Margaret Bressler, Vicki'Schnadig, Kathryn Freeland, Betsy Funk, Diane 
Weiner, Sharon Schilbe, Linda Karow, Ruthanna Yusa, Marsha Shintani. 



ALLEN SOUTH 



TOP ROW: Alice Fincham, Sherry Zivin, Judith McNary, Linda Bentley, Lynda McKinney, Susan Sperling, Melitta Cutright, Janis Turner, 
Kathleen Healy, Carol Barth, Enid Sax, Joyce Biron, Miralynn Heyman, Arleen Clemmesen. THIRD ROW: Louise England, Alice Martin, Janet 
Hall, Suzanne Langdon, Beth Brown, Cheryl Wall, unidentified, Alice Sanders, Barbara Bible, Mary Courteol, Dixie Bauer, Lois Nagy. SECOND 
ROW: Susan Kuhar, Jill Tregoning, Judith Henne, Mary Anne Oram, Carol Nesheim, Rena Broner, Margaret Snowden, Lenka Muntyan. 
Carolyn Banks, Sheila Curtis. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Orr, Kathryn Morimitsu, Elaine Powell, Carolyn Morimitsu, Bonnie Berlin, Julia Yoder, 
Patricia Padgett, Carol Luskin, Nancy Mermelstein. 

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BARTON 




This year, after two years as 

a University dorm for graduate women and 

a house for conference guests, Barton 

was reactivated as a University 

residence hall for undergraduate women. 

Located on the southwest side of campus, Barton 

and Clark and Lundgren 

form a complex known as the 

Triad. One of the older 

dormitories on campus, Barton 

was originally a dorm for men. It now houses 

147 women, about 90% of whom are freshmen. 



TOP ROW: Phyllis Fohrman, treasurer; Catherine Tarrant, 
president; Kathleen Burke, social chairman; Michelle Baker, 
vice president; Marsha Mulder, closing chairman. BOTTOM 
ROW: Mrs. Phyllis Greinwald, head resident. 




TOP ROW: Leila Scher, Lu Unumb, Deane Miller, Pamela Black, Alma Halski, Velvi Giglio, Darlene Alsip, Phyllis Place, Ruthann Rehnborg, 
Judy Bartlett, Nancy Hays, Ellen Walsh, Jane Dunlap, Marcia Berry, Donnola Harford, Barbara Sajdak, Patricia Sheppard, Jean Vanbergen, 
Donna Guzlas, Laura Christensen, Adrienne Angone, Deborah Lindstrom, Janet Hicks, Nancy Lumkes. FOURTH ROW: Rose Pilipowski, 
Marilyn Mohrhusen, Diane Verkler, Ruth Smegkal, Linda Java, Mary Miller, Lena Salbego, Natalie Goldman, Karen Prien, Mary Krusemark, 
Paula Rottmayer, Jerin Mueller, Donna Taylor, Jeanette Seaberry, Valerie .Simms, Carolyn Blum, Tara Kost, Mary Snow, unidentified, Toni 
Martin, Deborah Bayly, Lucinda Skeen, Jeannine Harris, Nancy Lindenmier, unidentified, Kathleene Sauer, Mary Hitchcock, Susan Skinder, 
Linda Carlson. THIRD ROW: Jean Gualtiere, Amy Kunz, Lois Gronewold, Margaret Anderson, Susan Chelius, Andrea Cheszek, Judith 
Diamond, Edwina Coons, Lynn Evans, Patricia Parker, Gail Poffenberger. SECOND ROW: Margaret White, Sharon Kitch, Linda Sewis, 
Bonnie Vanderhye, Louise Gagnernon, Dianne Potter, Terry Rothra, Susan Lukacs, Rhea Strauss, Linda Boelk, Susan Paulousky, Janet Edmison, 
Marilyn Reis, Elise Pechter, Olga Bropok, Glenys Burgei, Catherine Kieca, Barbara Hayes, Susan Study. BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Hueneman, 
Susan Breliant, Susan Burroughs, Carol Work, Kathleen Kaapke, Penelope Polak, Darlene Kramer, Krista Bochnert, Susan Gibbs, Jill Kurts, 
Diane Perring, Jeannine Smith, Patricia O'Shea, Mary Walgrave, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified. 




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TOP ROW: Annie Leung, Hoyce Rihtarshich, Ann Thomas, Sharon Kubinski, Susan Larson, Mary Meyer, Carolyn Kenneaster, Mary Pelletier, 
Jean Latta. SECOND ROW: Patricia Johnston, Carol Scharhag, Mrs. Lelia Curtis, Roberta Ernst, Betty Bennett, Carol Wise. BOTTOM ROW: 
Jane Moore, Ingrid Friedemann, Rochelle Gillenwater, Sandra Kulisek, Marcia Sayers. NOT IN PANEL: Mary Jarboe, Roselyn Capelle, Alice 
Zuvers. 



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BIRCH HALL 



TOP ROW: Carole Wilson, Jacqueline Marasco, Rita Weksler, Carroll Ginne, Helen Rittgarn, Judith Turner, Nancy Davis, Susan Breitbarth, 
Donna Tarry, Elaine Hallberg, Teresa Pautienius, Marcia Chiraelinski. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Peterson, Karen Greenberg, Carolyn McKenzie, 
Janet Worcester, Constance Hlavacek, Sabra Macpherson, Marelyn Hudek, Roberta Bolon, Helen Lamont, Dianne Kedroski. NOT IN PANEL: 
Rita Andersack, Elyse Auslander, Barbara Borklund, Roberta Cohen, Kathleen Cooke, Cathy Dale, Pamela Haas, Marlene Jacobs, Paula Mosher, 
Gail Ortmann, Bonnie Saltz, Aina Sneiders, Ruth Spinner, Arlene Strickler, Janet Tockman, Carol Walz. 














TOP ROW: Sandra Marciniak, Claire Nelson, Mary Tammeus, Catherine Christor, Becky Heckman, Judith Heffington, Mary Hightower, 
Melissa Mehall, Susan Haase, Stephanie Sundine, Sherrill Riggins, Judith Jensen, Carolyn Buhman, Karen Pennell, Sharon Roberts, Leslie 
Doyle, Kathleen Johnson, Jeanne Lavander, Paula Wosk, Jean Tello, Judith Codd. THIRD ROW: Mary Smith, Justina McCraigh, Susan 
Jachimek, Mary Lauren, Colleen Poohe, Sharon Pocklington, Christine Rieman, Judith Digman, Marilyn Retzlaff, Ruth McCarthy, Shirley 
Griffen, Lane Miskell, Julie Gentes, Gloria Ezan, Wilmal Finck, Lydia Bespalko, Nancy Riedell, Patty Hinnerichs, Sharon Foertsch, Nancy Ling. 
SECOND ROW: Emma Swan, Kathleen O'Donneil, Marcelyn Meyers, Katlileen Dedina, Nancy Shields, Stephanie Sobo, Lynn Hartman, 
Catherine Wells, Barbara Law, Carla Herman, Mary Nelson, Lynn Roloff, Delores Parner, Diane Rader, Janice Mayfield, Julia Lynn. BOTTOM 
ROW: Glenna Warnecke, Elaine Bradac, Constance Steinbrook, Diana Guenther, Janet Waxham, Sue Salzman, Doris Schraft, Mary Knapp, 
Ellen Cleary, Marjean Wilson, Dorothy Kenp, Susan Nustra, Donna Kalina, Toby Stangle. 



BUSEY HALL 



TOP TO BOTTOM: Rosalie Kobernick, secretary; Marilyn 
Retzlass, president; Ann Herman, treasurer; Susan Rosenbaum, 
social chairman; Janet Paral, social chairman; Nancy Shields, 
vice president. 





The Busey girls "relax" during 

the year with formal and informal dances, faculty 

dinners, after-the-game coffee hours, 

Little Sisters Weekends, a Christmas party, 

and traditional fireside parties. 

The spirit of unity is present 

at Busey, especially during 

the holiday season, bringing the girls together 

on their annual charity project. 

The girls knit and sell nose-warmers, 

called "snoot-boots," and send the profits 

to the National Leukemia Foundation. 



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TOP ROW: Helen Meilahn, Jane Rigney, Lenore Kerzeuski, JoAnne Gunderson, Virginia Hackl, Rosalie Kobernik, Lily Bao, Coleen Henry, 
Constance Borsom, Margaret Watt, Saudra Miller, Anna Merrick, Mary Doyle, Kathleen O'Donnell, Bernadette Lucarz, Violet Georgopulos, 
Linda Weil, Kathleen Justen. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Schmidt, Ann Herman, Diane Swartz, Susan Bristol, Judith Cook, Linda Schultz, 
Catherine Norris, Jill Scott, Lynn Richardson, Saudra Pogue, Carol Libera, Jane Richardson, Carol Parcheta, Larraine Hovde, Barbara Lott, 
Margaret Denison, Ann Cerny, Patricia Wroble, Vera Rothstein. SECOND ROW: Carol Stutsman, Gail Grigs by, Joyce Surbeck, Sharon Gold- 
berg, Bette Robbins, Belinda Fruchtl, Barbara Kellert, Linda Bale, Gayle Schulz, Manijeh Mohraz, Elizabeth Malen, Darlene Price, Vera 
Rothstein. BOTTOM ROW: Carol Leuthner, Lydia Ames, Marjorie Miller, Lillian Siegfried, Mary Snyder, Karen Hardy, Maryann Carp, 
Lana Wright, Barbara Olszewski, Linda Harris, Elizabeth Mulgrew, Susan Goers, Nancy Oltmann, Jane Baford, Sigrid Pearson, Devillo Begando. 



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CEDAR HALL 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Eileen Buffens, Bethene Halsne, president; Patricia Sandblom, Virginia Ferrell, vice president. NOT IN PANEL: Roberta 
Henner, treasurer. 




CLARK HOUSE 




TOP ROW: Virginia Pirnot, closing chairman; Rita Reimer, 
vice president; Vivian Puprzak, scholarship chairman; Charlene 
Talsma, president. SECOND ROW: Sharon Reeland, third 
floor chairman; Janet Myers, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: 
Linda Kec, activities chairman; Arleene Fiedler, second floor 
chairman; Susan Coleman, secretary-treasurer. 



Clark House has an interesting and varied 

history. Originally built as a 

boy's dorm, it has been used to house both boys 

and girls at different times. At present, 

it is being used as a girl's dorm, and 

the girls have many activities to 

keep them busy. For Homecoming, they 

won third place for their three-dimensional house 

decorations, and they also 

had an open house for their friends 

after the game. At Christmas, the girls 

had a semi-formal dance at the house. 




sSw b™& d f£ a u a B °yf r - J eanne Cqitkovicz, Lorine Pearson, Carol Currie, Nancy Bastion, Doris Whalum, Arlene Brex, Donna 

dt'SrV .' ^ h J abo £>J ^ eth Wernz ' Mari 'V n Purt ^- SECOND ROW: Andrea Palmer, Janet Myers, Joyce Reynolds, Arlene 

Barbar^'teza? ' BOTTOM ROW: Kathleen Forecki, Charlene Palsma, Cheryl Mueller, Susan Co eman, Catherine Sled"! 





TOP ROW: Linda Ekiss, Benita Blackman, Carol Hasselbacker, Tamara Hummeland, Ingrid Larson, Martha Neal, Karin Swanson, Joan 
Bernstein, unidentified, Roberta Koppel, Judith Timic, Cynthia Moseley, Maria Svoboda, Susan Wingate, Carole Davis, Dianna Spinner, Gisela 
Florczak, Suzanne Depalma. SECOND ROW: Carol Boysen, Margaret MacNeil, Constance Clanser, Sharon Roland, Joan Tanner, Cornelia 
Babcock. BOTTOM ROW: Bari Shapiro, Susan Sharf, Kathleen Larson, Carol Vincent, Linda Burgin, Marsha Walker, Susan McMains, Georgia 
Horrell, Barbara Bradley. 



CLARK HOUSE 



DELTA HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Ester Gartenkraut, Margaret Fitzhorn, Annabel Petersen, Kathleen Caron, Mary Dean, Tu-Sing Trepanitis, Gwen Wise, Barbara 
Caron, Mary Borkowski, Roberta Miller, Kathleen Leung. SECOND ROW: Karen Pieper, Susan Pulley, Holly True, Sally Brinkman, Catherine 
Ewertz, Karen Mabus, Alice Dittmer, Dawn Whiting, Janet Spears, Linda Zimont, Christine Bush. BOTTOM ROW: Linda Kohl, Ernestine 
Norman, Mary Johnston, Mrs. Mary Carney, Patricia Tichenor, Marian Wessels, Alice Gordon. 




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TOP ROW: Phyllis Postma, Barbara Sanman, Beth Babcock, Nancy Liddell, Sara Brydges, Marilyn Darby, Sara Pence, Judy McArdle, Carole 
Jones, Karen Hopkins, Chandler Parkay, Karen Christensen, Judith Snyder, Deborah Ruff. THIRD ROW: Shirley Heffernon, Patricia Wald, 
Karen Lehman, Rebecca Baudino, Ann Travis, Barbara Anderson, Carolyn Clark, Pamela Petersen, Nancy Noble, Susan Eder, Marge Hespen, 
Yvonne Dritsas, Mary Cichon, Alice Smith, Mary Dunnan, Jackie Francis. SECOND ROW: Mary Whitfill, Bonnie Pizzo, Linda Pritchett, 
Barbara Trisler, Nancy Phillips, Sharon Harvey, Mrs. Eleanor Grinnell, Jean Makula, Joann Cichon, Sharon Fogelquist, Lorelei Bigner, Maurine 
Weiner. BOTTOM ROW: Darlene Roasa, Sue McKibbin, Mary Holquist, Susan Levy, Linda Scott, Ulana Baluch, Maria Wojtowycz, Amy 
Dres, Evelyn Vida, Joan Clanin, Doris Diamond, Julie Dersham. 



EVANS HALL 



TOP ROW: Jean Trisler, vice president; Jean Makula, secretary; 
Sharon Fogelquist, treasurer; Joann Cichon, social chairman. 
BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Harvey, president. 





The spirit of scholastic achievement, 

campus and house activities, friendship, and 

fun prevail in the smallest 

and one of the oldest dormitories on 

campus. The versatility of Evans Hall residents 

can be seen by looking at their 

trophies. Evans again received the 

trophy for first place WISA 

activities. Not only are Evans girls involved 

in many campus projects, but they are also 

active in many house functions. A charity project 

this year was a party for students from Hays School. 



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TOP ROW: Delores Leimbach, Suzanne Scavey, Ann Thackeray, Sandra Hletke, Kay Emerson, Karen Kannmacher, Kathryn Brand, Cassondra 
Coleman, Chris Breyer, Ellyn Leipzig, Erika Dilys, Jane Rosen, Barbara Mueller, Linda Hosek, Marian Correll, Cindy Broughton, Joan Fine, 
Patricia Vessell, Janet Hall. Sherry Bandy, Flora Yee. THIRD ROW: Dalia Simkus, Marilyn Brewick, Karen Jenks, Sue Evans, Patricia McKee' 
Sue Betka, Lynne Woods, Tatiana Suchovy, Janet Fitch, Claudia Johnson. Gale Hurka, Christina Martin, Julie Varachek, Mary Archambault' 
Jill Shires, Elaine Zeiger, Ruth Phillippe, June Spira, Gerri Suski. SECOND ROW: Ulana Gula, Marina Fenocchi, Louise Printz, Linda Owingsi 
Mary Harris, Marilyn Hanley, Helen Clifford, Precella Clark, JoAnn Ohler, Julie Anderson, Victoria Nichols, Margaret Schlaffer, Laurie Davis, 
Rhonda Fleming, Virginia Peck. BOTTOM ROW: Judith Stym, Judith Marchesi, Dagny Rankin, Mary Madden, Mollee Roof, Janet Zim- 
merman, Kathleen Peterson, Karen Shebb, Barbara Ryan, Jody Van Dreser, Judith Scott, Joyce Sangerman, Susan Nixon, Shelia Patterson. 



EVANS HALL 



GAMMA HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Eileen Whaley, Elaine Dittmer, Michele Gautreaux, Judith Rill, Michaela Tomaschewsky, Carol Puckett. SECOND ROW: Esther 
Carls, Gaile Hammond, Carolyne Price, Nancy Miller, Vicki Cameron, Dorothy Curran, Nancy Jacot. BOTTOM ROW: April Katsura, Sandra 
Mattoon, Audrey Doyle, Mary Greenleaf, Mrs. Mary Garrard, Barbara Libby. NOT IN PANEL: Etha Broom. 








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4-H HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Sara Baker, house manager. THIRD ROW: Barbara 
Worner, scholarship chairman; Kay Geiger, commissar. SECOND 
ROW: Jane Stevens, recording secretary; Janet Neumann, social 
chairman; Cheryl Smith, corresponding secretary; Joyce Nies, 
president. BOTTOM ROW: Martha Herm, vice president; Rose- 
mary Seiler, treasurer. 



4-H House is the only women's housing 

unit on campus that combines a pledge-active 

system with cooperative living. High school 

seniors with five years of 4-H experience are 

invited to visit the house the spring 

before they begin at Illinois, and some are invited 

to pledge. The girls in 4-H House 

do all their cooking and all the maintenance 

in the house. 4-H House was 

started in 1934, and at present 

has a membership of fifty- four girls. 



TOP ROW: Rebecca Burrus, Cheryl Thompson, Janet Ficken, Margaret Peasley, Ramona Kochis, Ronda Hathaway, Bonnie Lindenmier, Carol 
bankson, Judith Leenerts, Patricia Pukszta, Sue Ann Ehrhart, Ellen Mies, Karen Camden, Dorothy Paydon, Martha Stahl, Arlene Nies, Beverly 
Jr'tf j r. i d , : T 5 resa Reynolds, Karen Schien, Carol Kimmel, Linda Showers, Linda Tolan, Cheryl Eaton, Sharen Lefferson, Elizabeth 
•Stanord Carolyn Burkybile, Mary Nelson, Susan Kirpatrick, Sara Allison. SECOND ROW: Sherrie Houston, Janet Neumann, Kay Geiger, Cheryl 
Smith, Joyce Nies Mrs. Mary Thatcher, Martha Herm, Jane Stevens, Rosemary Seiler, Sara Baker, Barabara Worner. BOTTOM ROW: Sue 
Orosboll, Mary Chckener, Ellen Klocke, Mary Johnson, Joline Hathaway, Beth Berg, Michelle Bilyeu, Susan Henry, Linda Newton, Marsha 
Swinger, Nancy Papih. NOT IN PANEL: Jeanette Brucker, Barbara Harris. 





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Unlike a sorority, there are no pledges 

at Indeco. Freshmen girls constitute the lowest in 

senority. These girls are selected by a 

Fathers Board which is made up 

of the Indeco girls' fathers. At various times of 

the year they hold interviews with girls 

who apply for residency. Applicants are judged 

on grades, activities, recommendation, 

and financial status. The Fathers Board is 

a vital part of Indeco also because 

it is in charge of the business 

and physical aspects of the house. 





TOP ROW: Donna Leshner, house manager; Carla Arbetman, 
Illini Guide; Judy Schmoll, secretary; Rozanne Dosick, treasurer. 
SECOND ROW: Gail Furer, vice president; Ellen Horwitz, social 
chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Deanna Gerber, president. 



TOP ROW: Beverly Slovin, Arlene Shub, Marlene Sabin, Andrea Kosberg, Ellen Kraus, Sherri Berns, Judith Levay, Randye Pines, Susan Alpert, 
Joann Berman, Sue Rosenberg, Joan Glassberg, Janet Kaplan, Iralee Cronin. THIRD ROW: Laurel Berkman, Nadyne Levin, Janis Zoltan, 
Marsha Aronson, Patricia Hefter, Maureen Pearlman, Susan Dubinsky, Frances Davis, Michele Onixt, Carol Kosovski, Annabelle Anticol, Phyllis 
Blackman, Miriam Cramer, Janet Drell. SECOND ROW: Linda Issak, Corinne Decker, Donna Leshner, Judy Schmoll, Ellen Horwitz, Deanna 
Gerber, Mrs. Lucy Larson, Gail Furer, Carla Arbetman, Rozanne Dosick, Linda Marks, Ann Schlutz. BOTTOM ROW: Jannis Eisbart, Diane 
Sagi, Nancy Becker, Deborah Ginsburg, Marlene Feldsher, Barbara Miller, Judith Handzel, Lois Jacobs. 



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TOP ROW: Janet Barnass, Isabel Krupp, Lenore Kadish, Barbara Hecht, Feme Abrams, Marsha Naiditch, Patricia Koch, Illana Dray, Sharon 
Schneider. THIRD ROW: Carole Karber, Barbara Gibian, Barbara Katzmann, Marlene Brill, Andrea Shulman, Fern Silver, Barbara Eisenberg, 
Susan Zitman, Roberta Matlin, Terri Levin. SECOND ROW: Linda Swerinsky, Michal Somerman, Sally Morrow, Mrs. Josephine Bromberg^ 
Jaycee Aronson, Marilyn Goldberg, Suzanne Engelberg. BOTTOM ROW: Ruby Frank, Robin Cohen, Renee Mendelsohn, Rae Schneider Hennie 
Rubin, Judith Gibian. 



LAUREL HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Sally Morrow, vice president; Marlene Brill, co-social 
chairman; Jaycee Aronson, president; Barbara Katzmann, co- 
social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Linda Swerinsky, secretary; 
Suzanne Engelberg, treasurer; Marilyn Goldberg, dating chair- 
man; Michal Somerman, house chairman. 





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The girls of Laurel House are 

Chicagoans who live in a house that is owned and 

operated by their parents. The 

twenty-three girls show their 

appreciation by having their 

Winter Formal during Christmas vacation 

with their parents. This year 

Laurel House entertained 

the independent U. of I. students who live in 

Champaign-Urbana. They gave 

a tea and showed them around women's dorms to 

let them see what it is like to live on campus. 



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TOP ROW: Julie Rodriguez, Patricia Lyons, Virginia Becker, Sue Taylor, Nancy Freeman, Ruth Brady, Helen Johansen, Joyce Barnes, Janet 
Warner, Kris Tilley. THIRD ROW: Evelyn Payne, Susan Thompson, Margaret Burke, Joyce Lane, Barbara Skie, Nancy Tennent, Lovice 
Brichta, Kathleen Winters, Karen Sprague. SECOND ROW: Mary Seymour, Mary Miller, Mary Millay, Carol Tester, Mrs. Lolita Wagner, 
Charlene Koski, Cynthia Turley, Barbara Allen, Dolores Acker. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Schaub, Irene Ronsonelos, Paula Humphrey, Deborah 
Trimble, JoAnne Sholtz, Ellen DeChicio. NOT IN PANEL; Delreen Hafenrichter, Pamula Picker, Elissa Reichek, Sandra Shotwell. 




The traditional Leeman Lodge 

campfire, which is given to welcome the 

new members to the house, set the 

pace for the rest of the year's activities. 

The Witch Sister and Heart Sister 

Weeks were two of the year's 

highlights. During Witch Sister 

Week each girl does mischievous things to another, 

but Heart Sister Week is a 

time for good deeds and presents. Besides 

these and all their other activities, Leeman 

Lodge remained high in scholarship. 



LEEMAN LODGE 



TOP ROW: Cynthia Turley, Illini Guide; Charlene Koski, 
scholarship chairman; Mary Ellen Miller, activities chairman. 
BOTTOM ROW: Mary Millay, secetary; Carol Tester, presi- 
dent; Mary Kay Seymour, treasurer; Barbara Hllen, vice president. 




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LAR NORTH 



TOP ROW: Dottie Procunier, vice president; Deboie Ashbrook, 
treasurer. SECOND ROW: Gale Farthing, secretary; Cyd Nepon, 
corridor council president; Robin Elkin, committee coordinator; 
Lois Mander, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Sonja Lindberg, 
Illini Guide chairman; Miss Katherine Cook, head resident; 
Bernadette Biolchine, president. 




Since 1947 the women of 

Lincoln Avenue Residence North have 

been striving to develop themselves academically. 

The support of Ernestina, a foster 

child from the Phillipines, 

is one of the many ways the L.A.R. girls 

broaden their cultural background. 

Another unique feature of L.A.R. 

is their branch of the University library within the 

hall. L.A.R. also has an active tutoring 

system to enable its residents to achieve 

higher academic success. 



TOP ROW: Barbara Craig, Donna Witsken, Patricia Carper, Catherine Schultz, Gail Williams, Mary Pelton, Linda Rosencranz, Diana Wedel, 
Lois Drager, Julie Steinke, Bertha Mitchell, Debra Slaughter, Linda Schumacher, Colleen Barrow, Carol Keller, Linda Swanson, Linda Amos, 
Carla Pererson. FOLIRTH ROW: Ruthann Olson, Martha Paydon, Christie Olson, Jean Ruehrdanz, Carol McGovern, Sherlynn Williams, 
Diane Krause, Barbara Evans, Carol Gates, Valerie Burke, Kathleen Arney, Phyllis Schoettle, Carol Raye, Susan Singley, Joanne Chamberlain, 
Cheryl Wayland, Carla Schaffran, Ellen Einhorn, Vera Luttrell, Anne Jakes, Nancy Netherton, Roberta Thornburg, Suzanne Snyder, Linda 
Tousek, Patricia Donnelly. THIRD ROW: Cyd Nepon, Dorothy Dupree, Eva Ring, Virginia Yang, Jeanne Guerin, Kathleen Placek, Judith 
Mcintosh, Roberta Hilliark, Kathleen Kirk, Janice Hoffman, Alonda Belpulsi, Margot Shumaker, Mary Saferstein, Linda Bibb, Marygene 
Schlitt, Mary Ross, Barbara Ledder, Willie Malone, Sonja Lindberg, Karen Dulgar, Jane Herman, Rebecca Broaddus. SECOND ROW: Mary 
Aikman, Pamela Proskin, Valerie Kiersch, Mildred Baker, Cecilia McGowan, Maura McMullen, Sharon Maki, Janis Peters, Lou Wolfe, Marcia 
Newberg, Kay Vogt, Joan Richter, Ann Vaughan. FIRST ROW: Joan Schneider, Suzanne David, Harriett Rubin, Mavis Mussulman, Ruth 
Hughes, Karen Enis, Jean Thomas, Lavetta Meyer, Susan Maron, Gale Farthing. 





TOP ROW: Jeanne Toussaint, Marilyn Hass, Rosemary Simpson, Karen Dennstaedt, Mildred Busse, Nancy Gushing, Kaye Oakwood, Karen 
Wallin, Enid Liebovich, Janeann Frantz, Judith Root, Jayne Kiddie, Janice Hamarik, April Walsh. FOURTH ROW: Helen Kowalszyk, Donna 
Gummerson, Jacquelyn Johnson, Joyce Deissinger, June Smith, Kathleen Tydd, Donna Damhorst, Susan Usiewicz, Joyce Bernard, Beverly 
Baker, Kay Walton, Pamela Bergstrom. THIRD ROW: Sharon Gratz, Amy Simpson, Elizabeth Hoffman, Toni Tarter, Karen Wolfe, Ruth 
Rakosnik, Diane Fill, Maryann Patrick, Marcia Edelstein, Lynne Wettersten, Valerie Engas. SECOND ROW: Laura O'Brien, Claudia Bailey, 
Mary Strandin, Janet Ackland, Diane Waltzek, Anne Connolly, Bonnie Reznicek, Nancy Matevich, Jennifer Simmons, Linda Sheppelman. 
BOTTOM ROVV: Elieen Stirn, Diane Mann, Sandra Frensko, Mary Paxton, Carolyn}Thune, Mary Jo Steuernagel, Darlene Bizik, Susan Quill. 



LAR NORTH 



IN NOVEMBER LINCOLN Avenue and Allen Halls cooperated 

with Star Course to entertain the world famous Poznan Choir. A 

buffet supper was served after their concert. 



AT THE RECEPTION which followed, the choir gave an impromptu 
concert for the several hundred guests in attendance. 





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TOP ROW: Sherry Brunner, Joan Uitto, Nancy Rohr, Janice Scanlan, Margo Anderson, Margaret Herzberger, Dona Livengood, Diane Kaiser, 
Terry Jones, Turza Goodyear, Georgeanne Butler, Elizabeth Elich, Michele Orton, Celeste Stepien, Mary Hughes, Ine Snyder. FIFTH ROW: 
Edith Mose, Barbara Christoe, Barbara Moore, Ann Bridges, Nancy Shaeffer, Cynthia Muckley, Pamela Pohlman, Carolyn Falter, Beverly 
Bjorklund, Carol Purdy, Robbie Hansen, Carol Mangieri, Candace Densmore, Elizabeth Thompson. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Warmbold, 
Bette Rohse, Kathleen Johann, Deboral Bennett, Donna Coughlan, Rosemary Gawel, Leona Gard, Linda West, Evelyn Frost, Judith DeSmet, 
Rebecca Willis, Karen Horine, Elizabeth Humma, Suzanne Kurth, Penelope Kopp. THIRD ROW: Linda McCain, Valerie Peck, Johanne 
Delba, Nancy Jones, Betty Axelson, Kathryn Freese, Kathy Rusdorf, Jane Frazier, Janet Johnson, Jeanine Brueggemann, Drexellen Beggs, Gloria 
Whitney, Renee Kessel, Marie Larson, Anna Stern, Donna Enders, Janet Weidemier. SECOND ROW: Donna Schultz, Patricia Longhway, Carol 
Roberts, Carole Norton, Linda Olson, Geraldine Parr, Janet Elling, Deborah Dieterich, Nancy Woody, Edythe Agron, Phyllis McGeough, 
Glenda Nielsen, Toni Vercellotti, Linda Baker, Barbara Ballew, Kathlenn Robinson. BOTTOM ROW: Priscilla Amlin, Barbara Kolodny, Ruth 
Sommerfield, Evelyn Barstenstein, Daneen Jachino, Patricia Bruce, Carol Miller, Sheryl Forest, Bonnie Wolsky, Cynthia Hopdins, Cinda Hig- 
gason, Lena Kupelian, LaDonna Keiner, Angela McWilliams, Peggy Pfeifer. 



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TOP ROW: Donna Schultz, president; Georganne Burler, vice 
president; Jaynie Wichmann, secretary; Joan Lewellyn, social 
chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Hughes, activities chairman; 
Nancy Rohr, treasurer; Miss June Mitchell, head resident; Kathy 
Freese, committee co-ordinator. 








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The highlight for the girls 

of LAR this year was a visit with 

the Poznan Boys Choir. After quite a bit of red 

tape, LAR and Allen Halls received 

permission to entertain the forty boys 

with an elaborate buffet. The girls did all the 

work for this event, and the 

boys were kind enough to sing their 

thanks. Although few of the younger boys spoke 

English, everyone enjoyed 

themselves. It is hoped that this idea of 

entertaining Star Course guests will continue. 



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AFTER DINNER THE LAR girls frequently invite their language 
table instructors to the main lounge for informal chats. 



LAST SPRING MANY administrative, faculty, and personal guests 
were invited to celebrate LAR's 16th birthday. 



LAR SOUTH 



LUNDGREN HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Joyce Viso, Marcia Haign, Patricia Toal, Maridllen Cloyd, Barbara Stephan, Susan Finlay, Linda Werth, Lynn Thomas, Helen Low, 
Virginia Rice, Susan Carlson, Lynell Cannell, Gretchen Koopman, Nancy Ruebensam, Kathleen Hainess, Joanna Norman, Monica'Christy, 
Carolyn White, Susan Fierce, Patricia Fatten. SECOND ROW: Nancy Gardner, Edith Reynolds, Adele Schwitz, Judith Mathus, Irene Thomp- 
son, Elaine Slaughter, Kathryn Sloan, Roberta Carlson, Theresa Dossett, Jaclyn Kleinofen, Sandra Colvin, Mary Dingerson, Linda Peterson. 
BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Ricker, Judith Bressette, Lori Brown, Nancy Hasselberg, Marie McHarry, Janice Dobrikin, Kay Miller, Carol Vaughn, 
Danuta Daszkiewicz, Elaine Cisek, Eileen Dzielak. 



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TOP ROW: Susan Marcus, Barbara Reynolds, Stephnie Misaki, Roberta Erth, Meryl Saverslak, Mary Showers, Judith Johnson, Jill Davis, 
Linda Grochmal, Kendra Koehler, Melanie Reilly, Linda Black, Lois Roth, Diana Hughes, Lois Heydenburk. SECOND ROW: Gail Edenson, 
Fern Netzky, Sharon Mencher, Constance Huebner, Julie Strom, Susan Rice, Kirma Pearce, Cynthia Rudin, Beverly Hartman. BOTTOM 
ROW: Robin Haggard, Janis Goodman, Linda Nelson, Patricia Johnston, Victoria Pogioli, Karen Kilberger, Susan Morris, Diana Knaak, 
Betty Boppart. 



LUNDGREN HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Carol Vaughn, social chairman; Eileen Dzielak, 
treasurer; Pamela Brown, scholarship chairman; Mary Ellen 
Dingerson, secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Linda Peterson, presi- 
dent; Mrs. Phyllis Greinwald, head resident; Edith Reynolds, 
vice president. 





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Originally erected in 1940 as a men's 

residence hall, Lundgren is one of the oldest 

dorms on campus. With its 

many shaped rooms and traditional architecture, 

Lundgren Hall has individuality that is all 

its own. Although Lundgren is usually closed 

during the second semester, it hummed 

with activity all this 

year as girls planned Homecoming, exchanges, and 

parties. A party for underprivileged 

children showed that Lundgren girls are 

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Three years ago the Mansion was 

changed to a girls' residence house. Since that 

time, they have built a fine reputation 

with quality food and ideal study conditions. When 

the girls returned this semester they found 

a newly decorated lounge and dining room. The 

front lawn had been landscaped, and all 

the trim on the outside of the house had been 

painted. The girls were excited 

about these new improvements because they have 

always taken pride in the house and 

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LEFT TO RIGHT: Edith Barnard, secretary; Toni Allison, 
treasurer; Marleen Piecuch, president; Sandra Gyory, vice presi- 
dent. 



TOP ROW: Janice Wanka, Lynne Myers, Kathleen Avery, Barbara Bess, Terri Bess, Barbara Moskal, Collette Walker, Judy McCaslin, Joann 
Roberts, Gayle Schneider, Marion White, Bea Ann Fries. SECOND ROW: Pat Shanahan, Susan Sauer, Sandy Gyory, Marleen Piecuch, Mrs. 
Delia Crooks, Toni Allison, Edith Barnard, Linda Russell, Carole Nedwed. BOTTOM ROW: Charlene Gusson, Bonnie Greenblau, Arlene Slive, 
Ruth Goldberger, Victoria Musgrave, Susan Matecki, Judith Rutledge, Kay Tomasek. 




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TOP ROW: Eunice Adrian, Susan Messmore, Janice Miles, Penelope Wagoner, Cindy Filson, Jean Evans, Susan Koch, Susan Ostrowski, Diane 
Palmquist, Sally Blazic, Rosemary Nelson, Eileen Dalenberg, Peggy Zook, Joan Hacus, Janice Peters, Linda Goodwin. THIRD ROW: Claire 
Heiss, Ann VVislander, Biilie Wolf, Janice Anniss, Ilona Pinzke, Marilyn DeRosa, Charmaine Schroeder, Judith Novak, Carolyn Pickrell, Joan 
Mahonchak, Linda Swofford, Rowena Ames, Susan McGuire. SECOND ROW: Nancy Mihevc, Karen Tuggle, Clausia Gardner, Marilynn 
Johnson, Paula Raymond, Christine Fi'ip, Barbara Modica, Mrs. Rose Marks, Karen Reeder, Sharon Thode, Nancy Montgomery, Cheryl Banta, 
Alice Rasmussen, Elizabeth Burk. BOTTOM ROW: Marian Beyer, Mary Childers, Nancy Gore, Kaye Ridgeway, Sarah Schreiner, Jayne 
Hooks, Jean Hooks, Mary Young, Dianne Hayes, Nancy Savaiano. NOT IN PANEL: Janet Cabaniss, Kathleen Cegielski, Janet Elliott, Gale 
Farney, Margaret Harper, Roberta Huber, Margery Lewy, June Pound, Kathryn Rogers, Susan Smith, Mary Adams, Jacquiline Bell, Nancy 
Bixby, Deborah Francke, Denise Greenberg, Sandra Hultgren, Nancy Jordan, Bernadine Paluch, Vicki Trejbal, Kathryn Veatch. 



MCKINLEY HALL 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Paula Raymond, recording secretary; Karen 
Reeder, vice-president; Barbara Modica, president; Nancy Mont- 
gomery, social chairman; Christine Filip, treasurer; Marilynn 
Johnson, activities chairman; Sharon Thode, corresponding" sec- 
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McKinley Hall won many honors 

this past year. "Catherine's Wedding Song" 

and a French Song, "Fais Do Do," were 

the winning pair which they used to take the first 

prize trophy at Watcheka Sing. 

Paired with Newman Hall 

for Dad's Day Revue, they won 

second place honors with the skit, "If You 

Only Knew Where Jack's Beanstalk 

Came From." It depicted a 

reverse journey down the beanstalk to 

the fiery depths of Hell. 



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TOP ROW: Linda Grube, Margaret Maxwell, Bonnie Katzman, Lynne Scroggs, Barbara Beckmeyer, Jeanne Boroling, Anita Norris, Mary 
Witzleb, Suzanne Morthland, Judith Meese, Shirley Creightor. SECOND ROW: Margo Cherikos, Sallie Powell, Mary Clevenstine, Margaret 
Merk, Linda Lindroth, Judy Moller. BOTTOM ROW: Maureen Scurto, Janice Seibert, Susan Serde, Bonnie Fredin, Kathleen Kavanaugh, 
Maryellen Lonergan, Sarah Ehrhart. 



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TOP ROW: JoLeen Vidic, Jill Rewerts, Suzanne Mahlburg, Elin Richardson, Mary Mikez, Joan Lebensorger, Helen Savitzky, Janice Rose, 
Gaylene Davis. SECOND ROW: Barbara Neyleman, Sharon Royse, Gay Schlachter, Janice Sachs, Madeline Cohen. BOTTOM ROW: Judith 
Mohler, Constance Gawne, Jane Puterbaugh, Susan Beiriger, Jacqueline Gile. 





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TOP ROW: Mary Scott, secretary; Lorraine Crowley, activities 
chairman; Sherry Burack, intra-mural sports chairman. SECOND 
ROW: Carol Barnett, treasurer; Sally Sinclair, scholarship chair- 
man; Kathleen Buchmann, president; Joan Ruud, vice president. 
BOTTOM ROW: Gretchen Green, co-social chairman; Nikki 
Millar, co-social chairman. 



"Mistletoe Madness" was the 

theme of Palamar's winter formal at the Inman 

Hotel this December. Sprigs of 

mistletoe, imported from Oklahoma, and scalloped 

ribbons highlighted the decorating scheme. 

The evening was climaxed 

by the arrival of jolly old Saint Nicholas. 

He presented the dates with 

their bids and dance favors. 

"As snow held the earth with a gentle 

caress, doors hung with 

mistletoe fashioned madness." 




TOP ROW: Janet Peterson, Susan Daily, Jeannette Nemecek, Carol Shyer, Sherry Powley, Mary Swanson, Carol Walsh, Sylvia Morgan, Cynthia 
Worchester, Carol Ottinger, Janet Thompson, Janice Grubbe, Janet Compton, Carol DeBruychere, Marlene Miller, Janice Kunde, Carol Mc- 
Evers, Mary Faoro. THIRD ROW: Linda Lamont, Vicki Bergfeld, Jane Babka, Elizabeth Nibeck, Laura Lowe, Barbara Ratay, Barbara Muench, 
Judith Reynolds, Judith Gottsche, Barbara Gartner, Ruth Ebner, Ann Evans, Jacqueline Finch, Betsy Davis, Susan Samardzik, Nancy Sergo, 
Linda Ramsey, Susan Kiss. SECOND ROW: Mary Scott, Nikki Millar, Gretchen Green, Sally Sinclair, Joan Ruud, Mrs. Thelma Daniel, Kathleen 
Buchmann, Carol Barrett, Lorraine Crowley, Sherry Burack, Nancy Kelly. BOTTOM ROW: Marsha Mosher, Sandra Moreschi, Kathleen 
Magner, Carole Griffith, Patricia Alles, Joan McMillan, Kathy Weitzenfeld, Ruth Darrow, Lila Markert, Beverly Anderson, Drusilla Tesch, 
Wendy Ostander. 





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The Phileans celebrate Christmas 

in a big way every year. The girls and 

their dates put up the Christmas 

tree at an annual tree-trimming party. 

All the singing practiced earlier in the year pays 

off at caroling time. The 

girls also exchange grab-bag gifts 

and hang their Christmas stockings on 

their doors. A class of grade school children 

are entertained at an annual party 

which includes games, refreshments, 

and, of course, gifts from Santa Claus. 





TOP ROW: Sharon Gabel, co-ordinator; Jeanne Rosenmayer, 
president; Joyce Baker, student adviser; Sandra Cording, com- 
missar. BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Rawson, vice president; Kath- 
leen Campbell, social chairman for exchanges; Peggy Jiter, secre- 
tary; Emily Kastning, social chairman for activities; Peggy DeVan, 
treasurer. 



TOP ROW: Janet Schabert, Judy Taylor, Carolyn Taylor, Mary Luebben, Mildred Cazier, Kathleen Heady, Ruth Rohlfing, Joanne Megacz, 
Judith Dunbar, Marcia Kinder, Patricia Meyer, Leatty Fiegan, Rosemary Scott, Susan Qubeck, Diane Steiner. SECOND ROW: Karen Harms, 
Wynne Corson, Paula Munz, Mary Fulcher, Gale Hurley, Susan Kaiser, Carolyn Sack, Sharon Schnittker, Janet Case, Sally Rhea, Mary Digman, 
Sarah Gray, Diana Alcorn. BOTTOM ROW: Joyce Baker, Kathleen Campbell, Emily Kastning, Jeanne Rosenmayer, Mrs. Gladys Carper, 
Marilyn Rawson, Sharon Gabel, Peggy Jiter, Peggy DeVan. NOT IN PANEL: Ilze Petersons, Sandra Cording, Margo Romero, Diane Jones. 





TOP ROW: Paula Kinzie, DiAnne Westerman, Linda Best, Cheryl Fuller, Connie Collins, Charlyn Butterfield, Terry Johnson, Nancy Fredrickson, 
Mary Flinspach, Susan Danzer, Peggy Smith, Martha Powel, Mary Gray. THIRD ROW: Catherine Logan, Janice Rigsby, Jean Pierce, Janet 
Bugg, Susan Herbst, Jacqueline Engel, Mary McCreary, Ann Haines, Suzanne Wildhagen, Peggy Towns, Susan Maxson, Rebecca Gillard. 
SECOND ROW: Alice Cortright, Cheryl Elliott, Carolyn Johnson, Roberta Holderman, Sandra Paul, Mrs. Mary Brown, Sarah West, Ann 
Kalkhoff, Edith Nevinger, Jennifer Marlin, Janet Williams, Sharon Shull. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Walker, Nancy Gaskill, Sandra Palmer, Linda 
Heady, Jeanne Rutledge, Cheryl Anderson, Carol Henson, Linda Tschappat, Ellen Fugate. 





PRESBY 



TOP ROW: Peggy Towns, secretary; Terry Johnson, freshman 
president. THIRD ROW: Alice Cortright, freshman adviser; 
Jennifer Marlin, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mary Gray, vice 
president; Peggy Smith, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Sarah 
West, president. 




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Presby girls are bound together 

by fellowship and an interest in music. These 

two areas were effectively combined at 

Presby' s retreat at Camp Howard. Here the 

problems of inter-personal communication 

were discussed and a song fest was held. The 

day was finished with a romp in the snow. 

Following the retreat several girls, members of the 

University Choirs and bands, arranged 

a folk song, "The Water is Wide," for Presby's 

entry in the Watcheka Sing. After many 

rehearsals they captured first place. 



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TOP ROW: Prudy BerJine, president; Miss Nancy Goodwin, 
head resident; Carol Johnson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: 
Michal Cunningham, publicity chairman; Diane Singman, 
scholarship chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Jansen, Illini 
Guide chairman; Maxine Shizuru, vice president. 

BLAISDELL 



SAUNDERS 



Blaisdell and Saunders along with 

Carr and Babcock make up the coed housing unit 

known as P.A.R. These two dorms 

sponsor many activities for their 

girls. One of the most enjoyable events 

is their spring formal. The girls join with 

the men of Carr and Babcock to 

present this dance. Much 

organization, planning, and work 

goes into the formal. The dining room and 

terrace are both completely transformed with dim 

lights and elaborate decorations. 



TOP ROW: Judy Rhodes, president. THIRD ROW: Judy 
Runion, Illini Guide chairman; Dorrinda Rodda, scholarship 
chairman. SECOND ROW: Mary Fite, publicity chairman; 
Sue Wetzel, internal vice president; Miss Marilyn Michal, head 
resident. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Ann Funk, secretary; Sue 
Trippel, treasurer; Sue Melton, external vice president; Marilyn 
Zonkel, social chairman. 




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TOP ROW: Cheryl Linck, Barbara Cox, Nancy Wickersheim, Geraldine Brania, Barbara Kraus, Joanne Singleton, Susan Stelter, Michal Cun- 
ningham. SECOND ROW: Claudia Kramsky, Mura Martin, Claudia Solak, Jacqueline Beck. BOTTOM ROW: Jeanne Tabor, Delinda 
Chapman, Marcia Seegers, Melanie Potter. 



BLAISDELL 1 AND 2 



BLAISDELL 3 AND 4 



TOP ROW: Marilyn Bochte, Suzanne Brotman, Paula Kamman, Sharon Winn, Margaret Mihm, Linda Leasman, Prudence Berline, Sally Rogers, 
Bethel Millen, Nancy Boyle, Doris Duitsman, Bev Nedwed, Lois Brockman, Mary Shafer, Kay Fisher, Anne Roger, Mary Aspengren, Susan 
Trombley, Bonnie Salzman. THIRD ROW: Aleita Hass, Marilynne Venturella, Janice Edgar, Martha Nauseda, Betty Fredrickson, Cathy 
Kuebler, Kathy Anderson, Pat Anderson, Sue Mordica, Lee Allen, Lois O'Connor, Holly Lessin, Nina Vacketta, Andy Mollelman, Janet Cayton, 
Julie Payne, Sue Debes, Carol Cleveland. SECOND ROW: Carol Demko, Kandy Hardin, Carol Stone, Nancy Joslyn, Susan Mitchell, Barb 
Krohta, Barbara Zeman, Kathy Barber, Carole Rosenberg, Karen Kales, Jo Ann Trojaniak, Janice Arendt, Olivia Johnson, Rhonda Strenberg. 
BOTTOM ROW: Maria Allen, Julye Miller, Roslind Skirm, Miriam Simon, Carol Karps, Susan Ingalls, Gail Propp, Ida Alison, Maxine 
Shizuru, Kathy Dendel, Sally Jochman, Patricia Davis, Carol Letzter. 



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TOP ROW: Linda Wallin, Gloria Galinski, Nancy Thatcher, Norma Irey, Barbara Crossland, Sandra Zemm, Linda Eggert, Joan Sroka, Grace 
Meyer, Phyllis Schneider, Cheryl Vetter, Merle Chamberlin. THIRD ROW: Judy Rhodes, Bonnie Mottar, Carol Shtriker, Sylvia Douglass, 
Margaret Stack, Gloria Mezger, Sue Rademacher, Jeanette Beringer, Julia Allen, Marilynn Pahnke, Nancy Zvan, Judy Runion, Olivia Chan. 
SECOND ROW: Sharlene Honig, Caroline Detar, Lynn Ostrander, Mary Jordan, Paula Breniser, Mary Slivon, Cynthia Kendall, Sharon Wine- 
land, Janet Phillips, Jerrilynn Voda, Diana Belsley, Kathleen Code. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Lauter, Kathy Holland, Gwen Potucek, Pat Sul- 
livan, Elizabeth Koranyi, Mary Fite, Mary Funk, Marilyn Zonkel, Judy McEuen, Carol Staffeldt, Connie Osbourne, Barbara Tereba. 



SAUNDERS 1 and 2 
SAUNDERS 3 and 4 



TOP ROW: Linda Monken, Ester Apfelroth, Judy Zekl, Janet Eley, Janice Pott, Zita Simutis, Barbara Tarabori, Teddy Popp, Gayle Person, 
Ilene Smiler, Linda Adelman, Kathleen Kohn, Elizabeth Stem, Gail Barber, Sheri Blum, Gail Thomas. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Dixon, Kath- 
leen Albrecht, Cheri Protko, Patricia Piper, Honore Madura, Judith Garro, Virginia Voss, Carolynn Marckese, Mary Coultrip, Sharon Kaney, 
Linda Goldsmith, Lucille Goodwin, Kathy Yeslin, Joyce Duffy, Mailene Smith. SECOND ROW: Linda Roos, Barbara Bear, Barbara Fluhler, 
Barbara Benson, Ilene Cohen, Judi Cooper, Marilyn Cohen, Sandra Hertzberg, Dorinda Rodda, Cheryl Lindse/, Dottie Muse, Jo Anne Bowen. 
BOTTOM ROW: Elaine Panutsos, Sylvia Herrstrom, Nancy Phillips, Farole Fisher, Peggy Scheck, Allene Kaplan, Sue Melton, Nancy Kane, 
Nancy Sward, Gwen Davies, Linda Thelen, Muriel Knoblauch, Carol Walsh, Lia Brown. 




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TOP ROW: Kathleen Smith, Judy Matras, Nora Campion, Crystal Collinson, Anne Scalise, Jean Tuohy, Barbara Morel, Julia Bond, Patricia 
Ostrom, Lynne Ackermann, Lynne Toelle, Elizabeth Herbst, Marilyn Murphy, Susan Lutkus, Jean Wainwright, Ann Glass. THIRD ROW: 
Molly Rowe, Gwen Gagstettar, Darlene Ferrantino, Wanda Geis, Francine Finn, Sally Luettich, Brenda Carlson, Nancy Wisegarver, Helen 
Strotshuk, Marge Porta, Mary Friedl, Mary Olson, Claudette Oliver, Sue Rock, Susan Merz, Dawn Earll. SECOND ROW: Christiana 'joniak, 
Marion Hemenway, Joan Tracy, Patricia Wall, Wendy Lindbeck, Jane Kastning, Mrs. Ruby Hardesty, Natalie Winzler, Georgia Rottner^ 
Carol Torok, Susan Luettich, Patricia Roark, Jacquelyn Hunt. BOTTOM ROW: Brenda Swisher, Margery Walter, Janet Kuhlman, Mary 
Newell, Patty Brooks, Joanne Dougherty, Barbara Tratt, Paula Blizzard, Laura Brenneman, D'arcy Guerin. NOT IN PANEL: Karol Gagstettar, 
Nancy Irwin, Eleanor Kasch, Barbara Ligon, Judith Morris, Sandra Painter, Valerie Peterson, Mary Scalise, Belle Waldfoeel Mary Walsh' 
Priscilla Whittier. 



SHERWOOD LODGE 



TOP ROW: Patricia Wall, social chairman; Wendy Lindbeck, 
vice-president. BOTTOM ROW: Jane Kastning, secretary; Geor- 
gia Rottner, treasurer; Natalie Winzler, president. 





The girls of Sherwood Lodge returned 

filled with enthusiasm and ready to 

start an eventful year. They had many events 

planned including exchanges and 

a service project. One of their first activities 

was to welcome the new girls to Sherwood. The old 

members of the house dressed 

up in sheets and, in a candlelight 

procession, got the new girls 

out of bed and took them downstairs to a 

party. In this manner, the new girls 

became a part of their new home. 



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TOP ROW: Judith Fulton, Alma Blackwood, Shelia Lewis, Janice DiGiralamo, Linda Cary, Caroline Rough, Linda Cary, Linda Crouch, Joan 
Edwards, Cheryl Hill, Norma Cohenour, Linda Benedict, Sandra Dickerson, Rebecca Rogers, Sharon Jacobs. SECOND ROW: Paula Willison, 
Mary Niles, Kathy Waggoner, Mrs. Edith McKinney, Flo Anne Fuller, Nancy Perry, Rachael Slaughter, Elaine Yunker. BOTTOM ROW: 
Cheryl McGehee, Kathryn Alexander, Margaret Hays, Marilyn Baker, Jane Sanders. NOT IN PANEL: Carolyn Flessner. 




Girls with mutual goals of high 

ideals, good scholarship, and long lasting 

friendships, comprise the population of 

Stratford House, an independent house managed 

by the University Baptist 

Foundation. In order to achieve 

unity and a close relationship among themselves, 

the Stratford girls take part in 

several annual activities. One of their favorites 

is the Ides of March Banquet. The 

girls dress up in Roman togas and drink grape 

juice from their trophy cups. 



STRATFORD 



TOP ROW: Rachael Slaughter, treasurer; Kathy Waggoner, 
social chairman; Flo Anne Fuller, president; Nancy Perry, vice 
president. SECOND ROW: Mary Niles, chaplin; Paula Willison, 
house manager. BOTTOM ROW: Elaine Yunker, secretary- 
public relations; Kathryn Alexander, assistant commisar; Mar- 
garet Hays, commisar. 



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TOP ROW: unidentified Patricia Senti, Sandra Nelson, Henrietta Debski, Diane Brown, Anita Brucker, Janis Hyne, Roberta Amsterdam, Sharon 
Samson. SECOND ROW: Mary Shinners, Beulah Schroeder, Lou Ann Micus, Joan Fukayama, Elaine Micus, Prudence Lyle. BOTTOM ROW: 
Judi Landfield, Gay Russell, Christine Burba, Alice Fox. 



SYCAMORE 



VANLIG 



TOP ROW: Lenore Sheridan, Sue Atele, Jo Anne Melfi, Carla Zarow, Janet Jordal, Roberta Keillor, Judy Powell, Cecelia Ma. THIRD ROW: 
Karen Fuqua, Bonnie Barnett, Nancy Wilbrandt, Mary Brinker, Jane Halloway, Estella Elizondo, Joena Rush. SECOND ROW: Sue Adreani, 
Nancy Howald, Carol Palmer, Carole Johnson, Mary Carlson, Anita Tripp, Marjorie Van Weil, Jane Funk. BOTTOM ROW: Doreen Hauch, 
Celia LoBosco, Cleora Keeler, Mrs. Gladys Rohl, Rosemary Cox, Norma Wilson, Margaret Marriett. NOT IN PANEL: Eve Belevtsov, Bette 
Cohen, Cathleen Deppe, Jo Ann Groth, Mary Rose Groth, Charlotte Hall, Lou Hennigh, Dorcas Moulton, Cheryl Phoemix, Susie Ring, Goli 
Sadri, Terry Temaner, Robon Whitney, Angela Zar. 




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TOP ROW: Eleanor Moty, Jo Ann Platter, Kayc Bean, Leslie Brooks, Sally Reynolds, Joyce Nixon, Judith Kirkpatrick, Sandra Scott, Susan 
Zuska, Marilyn Harrison, Rosette Levy, Nancy Melka, Virginia Geist, Mary Poyser, Sandra Simmons, Carol Kreider, Cynthia Battiste. THIRD 
ROW: Lynne Weinberg, Susan Howell, Eva Vonfeld, Sharon Farley, Sandra Rigsbee, Beverly Howe, Sharlene Learner, Sari Bell, Susan Berry, 
Susan Gross, Marilyn Gould, Barbara Aron, Susan Fredlund, Nancy Knect, Sharon Fleming, Marilyn Seitzinger, Janet Bicket. SECOND ROW: 
Nancy Cerf, Mary Fronczak, Donna Parks, Denise Mclntyre, Anne Williams, Elizabeth Ballance, Sylvia Hart, Lauren Klein, Cheryl Guttormsen, 
Beverly Weatherwax, Joan Stamas, Leslie Reitz, Patricia Schupbach. BOTTOM ROW: Kathleen Provancher, Hiromi Asano, Suzanne Latocha, 
Cheryl Rocholl, Nancy Allen, Mary Watts, Marilyn Rojicek, Susan Weller, Jean Woods, Margaret Lacey, Eleanor Hudera, Marcia Schultz. 

TAFT HOUSE A 
TAFT HOUSE B 

TOP ROW: Patricia Barry, Judy Boehle, Bonita Eick, Jo Ann Hejl, Marianne Trippon, Margaret Olsen, Deborah Jacob, Patricia Neal, Janice 
Netemeyer, Carol Kieser, Sue White, Frances Karpman, Jane Johnson. THIRD ROW: Eileen Mayer, Phyllis Halperin, Andrea Kaplan, Fern 
Luskin, Ethel Jacobson, Leslie Darner, Myra Leipsiger, Francine Meyerowitz, Jeanne Cordum, Suzanne Watson, Esther Schrader, Dana Durfee. 
SECOND ROW: Kathleen Slowik, Jacqueline Rawa, Patricia Denzler, Cheryl Anderson, Christine Skei, Cynthia Christian, Esther Brodsky, 
Linda Meade, LaVonne Lee, Patricia Butts. BOTTOM ROW: Mildred Full, Connie Jiles, Rita Dusell, Linda Doolen, Rachel Oguschewitz, 
Judith Gaston, Barbara Farrar. 





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Ford, Elizabeth Gaede THIRD ROW: Carol Teesdale, Kathleen Forse, Roberta Harrison, Marilyn Stillens, Judith Chamberlain, Ruth 
Battagha, Katherine Harris, Karen Moses, Ann Laffey. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Wheeler, Patricia Dixon, Mary Norment, Mrs. Wilda 
McBride, Susan Stillwell, Morita Rogers, Joanne Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Cynthia Colvin, Nena McLin, Terry Brokaw, Janice Botterbusch, 
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WESCOGA 



TOP ROW: Mary Ford, Elizabeth Gaede, Joanne Smith, Patricia 
Dixon, Marilyn Wheeler, Morita Rogers. BOTTOM ROW: 
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Wescoga was founded in 1942 

by twelve undergraduate women as a 

religious cooperative. Although mainly 

Methodist in origin Wescoga is now representative 

of inter-faith living. Its basic purpose 

is to provide a residence 

for women based on Judeo-Christian principles. 

The house holds voluntary 

weekly vespers and Bible studies. Wescoga 

is organized and governed by the girls 

with the backing of a board of sponsors 

from the Wesley Foundation. 

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TOP ROW: Chris Clark, Donna Berg, Maria Armantrout, Alice Cook, Suellen Bilow, Barbara Johnson, Sandra Safarcyk, Paula Stueve, Linda 
Knopp, Sonja Swanson, Elizabeth Griffin, Kathleen McLarney, Maureen Pusich. THIRD ROW: Jacqueline Miller, Elizabeth Hahn, Kathi 
Wiegand, Karen Hoffstadter, Dawn Strahocky, Donna Yakos, Carolyn Dostatni, Karen Helgeson, Barbara Beyer, Marian Epstein, Dianne 
Dunn, Sue Thompson, Patricia Nixon. SECOND ROW: Judith Scouffas, Karen Culbertson, Carol Bingaman, Sandra Koski, Mrs. Florence 
Ritchie, Marlene Rubin, Jane Renner, Donna Giovenco, Joyce Gruszesky. BOTTOM ROW: Cathy Sugarman, Janet Unger, Carol Kumlim, 
Patricia O'Connor, Janis Jordan, Osa McCoy. 




VAN DOREN HALL 



Van Doren Hall offers each 
resident an opportunity to make new and lasting 

friendships in its congenial 

atmosphere. The girls come to know 

each other well, and they participate 

together in coffee hours, exchanges, and 

the annual Christmas party. In the 

fall, the girls join in the inescapable enthusiasm 

of the football stadium just across 

the street. The seniors and 

honor students are recognized at the annual 

scholarship banquet each spring. 



TOP ROW: Alice Folts, treasurer; Florence Bouma, secretary. 
THIRD ROW: Lynn Lotka, first vice president; Karen Gilbert, 
scholarship chairman. SECOND ROW: Lynn Missal, second 
vice president; Toby Pellman, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: 
Jeri Zarem, president. 




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TOP ROW: Ronna Kates, Judith Kramer, Judith Filipowitz, Hope Mora, Kathleen Franck, Janice Crusoe, Harriet Verbin, Roberta Balton, 
Barbara Smith. SECOND ROW: Carol Grodzins, Arlene Ruksza, Marilyn Hepner, Mary Fennell, Susan Spurlin, Patricia Helding, Susan 
Wollman. BOTTOM ROW: Joanne Henry, Jeannette Votava, Pamela Campbell, Adele Sannwald, Jane Young, Marcia Goldman, Roxanne 
Swartz, Janet Fosler, Barbara Adamski. 



WALNUT HALL 



ALPINE LODGE 



TOP ROW: Peter Felker, Alan Moore, Charles Moses, Thomas Van Belle, Thomas Cantwell, James Clarno, Kim Larmore, Boyd Jarrell, Robert 
Hall, Leslie Via, Dale Heingman. SECOND ROW: Ronald McDavid, James Schmohe, Richard Carpenter, James Fullmer, Derek O'Neill, 
Ronald Long, Gary Gullett, Barry Hunlock, Martin Miller. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Dwyer, James Burgess, Bernard Gray, Thomas Miller, 
Charles Brower, Wendell Jeno. NOT IN PANEL: Gary Kingerly, Richard Bender. 




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TOP ROW: Ralph Plummer, Elias Barzilai, Donald Glover, Larry Kluskens, David Dome, Thomas Hegner, Alan Andrews, Douglas Isham, 
James Whittles, Stephen Davis, Richard Drell, Michael Jacobson, Robert Fricke, James Fay, Glenn Golbus, James Ault, Lawrence Smiley.' 
THIRD ROW: Bradley Fehler, Michael Champion, Frederick Strobl, Michael Thomas, Sheldon Sutton, Dean Streid, Harold Wright, Robert 
Schutte, Grant Burckhardt, John Sluis, Steven Hassebrock, Seymor Zilberstein, Robert Greenberg, Steve McKlin, Robert Billington, Phillip 
Melamed. SECOND ROW: Richard Weiss, Albert Dittman, Gary Guth, William Kessner, James Dong, Thomas Frank, Carl Pignotti,' Eugene 
Berger, Robert Price, Drew Sieben, Lawrence Wallace, Jay Shavin, Bruce Sents. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Breitbach, John Gronner, Lawrence 
Morez, David Eereiter, Douglas Robinson, William Davisson, Jerome Bozenich, Lawrence Baker, Steven Wolf, Robert Crowley, Terry Duclos. 



ARMORY HOUSE 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Gary Guth, counselor; William Kessner, 
treasurer; Thomas Frank, president; Carl Pignotti, vice-president; 
James Dong, secretary. 



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Founded in 1957, Armory House 

is a fairly new house but, one which 

has become an integral part of the University of 

Illinois and has achieved a first 

place ranking in overall 

scholastic average. A spirit of 

brotherhood exists, and upper and lower classmen 

work together to improve the high 

standards of the house. Leisurely fun 

and relaxation have helped 

create a friendly atmosphere. Armory House 

is proud to claim kinship with the U. of I. 



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TOP ROW: Gary Kunz, John Bobbitt, Charles Whittington, James Pawlisch, Allen Seevers, Michael Wyffles, Larry Mears, James Stovall, 
Patrick Wyffles, Larry Allen, Reid Sutton, Larry Steiner. SECOND ROW: Larry Lively, Lawrence Sample, Larry Wooldridge, James Johnson, 
Jess Lionberger, Dale Turner, Ira Hudson, Dennis File. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Metcalf, Frederick Sistler, Raymond Toy, Richard Nice, 
Rama Sitaramiah, James Swofford. 



ENTREKIN CLUB 



BRANDOLIER 



TOP ROW: Robert Blake, Michael Zvonar, Barry O'Brien, Ronald Moeller, James Ekblom, William Jackson, Thomas Jacobs, John Czech, 
John Knobloch. SECOND ROW: Ronald Siebenthal, Thomas Frazee, Paul Walters, Joey Meeks, Keith Bolson, Roger Strohman, Paul Markunas, 
John Doyle, John McKown. BOTTOM ROW: John Scott, Michael McCandless, Brad Harris, Richard Thurman, David Fay, Gregory Purdom, 
John Patton. 







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^FCONT? ROW % ^V^' f^^ ™ D R ,°^ Frank Heitzman, Roger Thompson, Thomas Nolte, James Beaty, Joseph Chvata L 
SECOND ROW: Robert H or me 1, Meaddovv Olson, Frank Green, Roger Zerkle, Michael Schoppman. BOTTOM ROW: Roger Ray, David 
Keune, David Row, Charles Carlson, Billy Brooks, Patrick Heitzman. 



CALHOUN HALL 



CHRISTIAN CAMPUS HOUSE 



RkLrd°Ha : thtwa S y a11 RammC) Albert Boardman ' Larr y R » hI - BOTTOM ROW: Dwain Illman, John Smith, Oscar Elliott, William Hornback, 




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Sixty-nine independent men 

call Campus View Lodge their college 

home. The men of the Lodge 

are proud of its atmosphere of fellowship and 

friendly competition. This year Campus View 

Lodge actively participated in the 

Intramural Sports program, taking fourth place in 

co-rec volleyball, first in 

twelve inch softball, and second in 

sixteen inch softball. Campus 

View Lodge hopes to continue this record 

of athletic successes in the future. 





TOP ROW: Howard Taylor, vice president; Donald Gerber, 
social chairman; Richard Leonard, secretary; Randall Mullin, 
scholastic chairman. SECOND ROW: Thomas Orendorf, treas- 
urer; Jerry Leonard, president; Charles Hayton, district repre- 
sentative. BOTTOM ROW: Herrold Andrews, MIA representa- 
tive; Henry Mueller, athletic chairman. NOT IN PANEL: Rich- 
ard^Ohlinger, MIA representative. 



TOP ROW: Larry Beckman, Edmund Powell, Ronald Chartrau, Derek Zinkhon, John Steimel, Gordon Bower, Charles Harrold, Charles 
Stevens, Richard Espe, Arthur Goodlick, Scott Harrold, Gordon Boehm, John Ashbaugh, Bruce Gray, James Moore, Douglas Deems, James 
Foy. FOURTH ROW: John Hansen, Bruce Kleinhans, Steven Lingle, Michael Swidler, Thomas Hawkins, William Kennedy, Steven Guebert, 
Alfred Smith, Donald McKenzie, Charles Goodall, Charles Schettler, John Kelsey, Manfred Burgbacher, Carl Swain, Robert Carter, Richard 
Wetherell, Stephen Lambert, Paul Roth. THIRD ROW: Charles Hayton, Donald Gerber, Thomas Orendorf, Richard Leonard, Howard Taylor, 
Robert Majercak, Mrs. Robert Majercak, Jerry Leonard, Henry Mueller, Randall Mullin, Herrold Andrews, John Speckman. SECOND ROW: 
Larry Ohlinger, Dennis Burke, Ronald Vanderhoof, Gene Curtis, Sheldon Earley, Thomas Schreiner, James Steffen, Gary Secor, William Adams, 
Gary Perfinson, Andrew Laue. BOTTOM ROW: David Carpenter, William Tebussek, Richard Burns, Bryan Hieser, Harrold Merchant, 
Victor Johnsen, Richard Lohman, Stephen Amerein. NOT IN PANEL: Richard Ohlinger, Richard Schoney, Wallace Behrends, Libero 
Bartolotti, Gerald Trussel. 




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IOP ROW: Michael Stockdale, Thomas Wilkinson, Thomas Riermaier, James DeFrates, Donald Rasmus, James McFadden, John Houston 
Roger Necum, James Hamilton, Kenneth Jost, Daniel Lackowskig, Norman Smith, Stephen Turner, Terry Duber, Charles Eberhard Fred 
Sutton Timothy Tuggle Thomas Thomas, Alfred Whaley, Stephen Dubey, Barry Ascher, David McClenahan, David Pfender, Alan Feldman, 
Paul Varnold. FOURTH ROW: Ekkehard Wiechering, Stanley Sutherland, Edward Frank, Robert Christiansen, Roger Sherrill, Alan Schultz 

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SECOND ROW: Richard Straka, Lary Gustafson, Jon Edwards, 
W ilham Richardson, Arnold Siegel, Stanley Sulak, Kenneth Kasperski, Richard Phillip, Jerry Paulson, William Kre, Brian Tohnson Daniel Ghere 
Jim Chisler. BOTTOM ROW: Gary Pohill, Walter Lawnsend, Thomas Fallbacher, Daniel Yetter, Robert Magnuson, Robert Berthold Tohn 
Krolak, Glen Handrof, Stuart Wilson, Michael Sowa. ' 




COLLEGE HALL 



TOP ROW: Kenneth Rizzo, athletics chairman; Stephen Mitko, 
secretary; Gary Gillig, social chairman; George Gunlock, treas- 
urer; Gene David, vice president. BOTTOM ROW: David 
Slattery, president. 





Due largely to the fact that 

no meals were served at College Hall until 1960, 

there was no house organization. In 1960, 

however, Edward Campbell bought it 

and improvements were soon made. 

New additions since that time have been made 

which have helped the students 

study in a better atmosphere. Some changes 

include a front lounge, drafting room, 

and basement recreation room. 

Since that time College Hall has risen in prestige 

in the Men's Independent Association. 



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TOP ROW: Michael Berger, Larry Weidig, Richard Ryan, James Fiegel, Sheldon Erkkila, Kenlin Lund, Igor Goloskewitsch. BOTTOM ROW: 
Kenton Fiske, Karl Lund, Mrs. James Dively, Thomas Nordquist, Thomas Priestley, Tim Baxter. NOT IN PANEL: Russel Cotton, Kenneth 
Hammer, Joseph Hubbard, Larry Smith. 



DAS HAUS 



SU CASA 



TOP ROW: Joel Pochron, Brian Luecke, Lawrence Wittman, Dennis Fross, David Wright, Avon Byers, George Anderson, Edwin Sullivan, 
Harry Podschwit, Robert Keimig, Allan Brown. SECOND ROW: Stephen Efnand, Frederick Johnson, John Macke, Lloyd Shaw, Wayne Knepp, 
John Hightower, Douglas Ziesemer. BOTTOM ROW: John Callister, Ronald Kolesar, Jerome Mueller, Terry Imig, Gary Sill. 




TOP ROW: Kenneth Felsman, Jon Barnical, Robert Wehling, Dean Samet, Richard Low, Kenneth Serby, Ronald Fuller. SECOND ROW: 
Robert Gibbs, Gerald Wikholm, Thomas Weidner, Mrs. Amanda Garms, John Klever, Ronald Wikholm, Andrew Dystrup. BOTTOM ROW: 
Gary De La Ronde, Lawrence Zagorski, Robert Dawson, Dennis Huston. NOT IN PANEL: Michael Lamb, Paul Linney Harold Mulderink 
William Pelch, Robert Pilotte. 



GARMEN 



HOUSE OF ROOJAH 

TOP ROW: Larry Lasher, Bruce Ostermeier, Martin Mullvain, John Keyes, David Baker, Robert Henderson, Bill Karajec. BOTTOM ROW: 
Tom Logan, Harley Parker, Robert Dasun, James Curtis. 



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Granada Club held its twelfth 

annual Rose Room Formal last fall. The room 

was decked with forty dozen long-stemmed 

red roses. The roses, which also appear on the 

crest, are part of Granada's fascinating history. 

Two thousand years ago a prince from 

southern Spain converted to Christianity 

and assumed the name Pedro de Granada. He 

became a well known Spanish hero, 

and it is from this man that Granada takes 

its name. Granada's rose is Spain's 

traditional flower and symbolizes happiness. 





LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Mallin, social chairman; William 
Watson, secretary; Glenn Oliver, treasurer; Paul Tucek, president; 
Harlow Armstrond, scholastics chairman; Richard Weber, intra- 
mural chairman; Verne Canham, vice president. 



TOP ROW: Daniel Cummings, Bertrand Emerson, Joseph Lee, William Millhouser, Frank Gherardini, Michael Hartnett, Thomas Haskins, 
Donald Haislet, Edward Magerl, Terry Zachary, Leo Carroll, Owen Streeper, Robert Hill, Laurence Ryan, William Addis, Roy DeFries, James 
Paris. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Antolak, Richard Sperl, Neil Smith, Roger Ziebold, Thomas Melton, Marion Szczech, William Myers, Carl 
Angell, James Brown, Duane Roelfs, Lee Jacobs, Gregory Northcutt, Thomas Kiepura, John Nommensen, Alvin Helfgot, George Tinkham, 
John Costanzo, Michael Conway, Joseph Sidebotham. THIRD ROW: Howard Abrams, Roy Stanger, Randall Biallas, William Watson, Paul 
Tucek, Harlow Armstrong, Glenn Oliver, Louis Pierce, Robert Mallin, Richard Weber, Verne Canham, Lawrence Wallman, George Keller. 
SECOND ROW: Andrew Juhl, Dennis Siracusa, Lee Mortensen, Daniel Metzger, David Berman, John McManus, Richard Isom, Timothv 
Singer, John Collins, Garrett Pendergast, Ronald Salley, John Denault, Daniel Kosanovich, Stephen Gorman, Donald Amt. BOTTOM ROW: 
James Morrison, Keith Curtis, Ronald Green, George Goehner, James Heidman, Peter Bluhm, John Whalen, Dennis Kielbasa, Gary Richardson. 
Douglas Houston, Carl Hybinette. NOT IN PANEL: Jerald Bellairs, Jeffrey Bloom, Robert Briggs, Ross Carlson, Robert Carter, Daniel Curran, 
John Delaine, Garnet Fee, James Hancock, Michael Kingston, John Lang, Allen Lentz, Michael Melber, Michael Pioro, Raymond Pollina, 
Bruce Scully, Carl Slonkosky, James Somerville, Daryl Somogyi, Craig Takehara, Stephen Turman, William Uznanski, Michael Wenkman, 
Melvin Workman, James Yaiser. 





TOP ROW: Charles Prior, Douglas Pool, Terry Sturm, Gary Raymond, Thomas Fisher, Ronald Olson, Terry Brockmeyer, Danial Kuhns, Ronald 
Smith, John Huston. SECOND ROW: Ronald Scherer, Nelson Baumgartner, Clarence Starkweather, Ronald Riffey, John Hillison, Roger 
Musselman, Joseph Coyne, Leonard Julius, Thomas Geistler, Frank Barbre, Lawrence Baxter, James McVickar. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Freed 
Dale Meyer, Richard Hurelbrink, Larry Beaty, Marshall Danker, John Doll, Harold Kleiss, James Johnson. NOT IN PANEL: Stephen Webel' 



ILL! -DELL 



TOP ROW: Stephen Webel, secretary; Richard Hurelbrink, work 
chairman; Dale Meyer, treasurer; John Doll, social chairman; 
Harold Kleiss, commissar. BOTTOM ROW: Marshall Danker, 
vice president; Larry Beaty, president. 





Illi-Dell is a cooperative fraternity 

comprised of men seeking careers in agriculture 

and its related fields. All of the men 

must take part in the activities of Illi-Dell, which 

include cooking and keeping house. Their 

cooperation is also evident outside of 

the house, in all phases of campus activity. Last 

fall, paired with McKinley Hall, 

Illi-Dell presented "The Father of Innocence" 

and won first place in Dad's Day Revue. 

At Homecoming they won the cumulative trophy in 

M.I. A. for overall performance. 



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TOP ROW: Jim Glover, Ronald Veenstra, Brian Dahl, Ronald Burdette, George Yarusinsky, Alan Barnard, Edward Owen, Gregory Beherns, 
Charles Brown, Melvin Hodges, Donald Jordan, David Cole, George Young. SECOND ROW: William Calliss, Ray Robinson, George Yanson, 
John Purdy, Robert O'Brien, Leonard Phillips, Richard Thompson, Michael Pierce. BOTTOM ROW: David Zackert, Clyde Umholtz, David 
Meyer, George Veenstra, Thomas Puhse, Charles Heavner, Larry Leverenz. NOT IN PANEL: Tedd Carlson. 




Koinonia is a religious-based 

men's cooperative house. They are sponsored by 

the Baptist Church yet are completely 

self-governing. Koinonia was 

founded in 1952 by twenty-five charter 

members who were seeking an economical way of 

living. This year Koinonia has new 

headquarters at 402 E. Daniel. 

They do their own cooking and cleaning. 

House management is handled 

by elected officials such as 

the commisar and the house manager. 



KOINONIA 



TOP ROW: Ray Robinson, commissar; Richard Thompson, 
secretary; John Purdy, house manager; Robert O'Brien, president. 
BOTTOM ROW: David Cole, initiate director; Leonard Phillips, 
social chairman; Michael Pierce, public relations; George Yanson, 
chaplain; William Calliss, treasurer. NOT IN PANEL: Tedd 
Carlson, vice president. 




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TOP ROW: Richard Sash, district council representative; Dennis 
Alexander, athletic chairman. FOURTH ROW: Richard Ander- 
son, scholastic chairman; Lawrence DeRoos, MIA representative. 
THIRD ROW: Richard Luber, treasurer; Robert Holloway, 
MIA representative. SECOND ROW: David Dominguez, vice 
president; James Obbish, social chairman. BOTTOM ROW: 
William Dwyer, president. 



MEDEA 

This year the men of Medea 

held their annual Christmas Weekend. The 

Saturday prior to vacation, the 

cafeteria was converted into a dance floor 

with a fireplace, snowy windows, sprigs of 

mistletoe, and a Christmas tree. The informal dance 

featured a house combo, The 

Green Street Brass. A buffet dinner on 

Monday evening climaxed the weekend. 

The house Chrislmas party and gift exchange 

followed. Each member read a humorous poem 

appropriate to the recipient of his gift. 



TOP ROW: Ray Miller, John Hass, Kenneth Hemstreet, Thomas Gurkowski, Sam Waltz, Lawrence DeRoos, James Obbish, Joeseph Jasmosz, 
Robert Holloway, David Bates, Jay Chrisriansen. SIXTH ROW: Donald Baker, David Piersall, Donald Davis, Paul Anderson, Ronald Fruin, 
David White, Patrick Morath, Kenneth Olson, Jerald Piekos, Richard Young, Dennis Alexander. FIFTH ROW: Winston Yonan, Ronald Bajt, 
Robert Ingram, Patrick Jennings, David Dominquez, Jon Anderson, James Cerovich, Wayne Blonn, Stephen Stankewicz. FOURTH ROW: 
Richard Ronna, Ronald Johnson, Robert Rosenwald, David Weiman, William Hamer, Gary Collins, Robert Ratzel. THIRD ROW: James 
McVittie, Richard Sash, David Houlette, Robert Beeman, Alan Warsh, James Wright, James Simmons, James Turek, Eric Anderson, Gerald 
Parkhurst, John Granger. SECOND ROW: James Taylor, William Sheall, Sam Liebovich, Douglas Gregg, Mrs. Carolyn Crooks, Mr. Melvin 
Crooks, David Crooks, William Dwyer, Michael Jordan, Gary Burch, John Blecha. BOTTOM ROW: Lawrence Denk, Stewart Gallin, Richard 
Young, Richard Luber, Edward Ziemba, Allen Pekar, Howard Morin, James Korbecki, Richard Przada. 





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MINAWA 



Minawa Lodge is a brotherhood of 

Christian students. Its objectives are to help 

students better understand the goals and 

doctrine of Christianity and its 

relation to secular life. The house serves as 

a forum where Christians can share 

experiences and knowledge of religious literature. 

Bible study groups meet where members 

discuss the scriptures informally. Minawa is 

independent of all national religious organizations. 

Many of its alumni are missionaries 

in Africa and Southeast Asia. 



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TOP ROW: David Smucker, vice president; Curtis Freeberg, 
house manager. SECOND ROW: Ed Van Der Molen, president; 
Richard Brass, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Gale Hollingsworth, 
chaplain; Larry Dittmer, secretary. 



TOP ROW: David Smucker, Allen Taylor, Donald Litwiller, Ronald McKeighen, Richard Brass, Curtis Freeberg, Philip Funk. SECOND 
ROW: Dan Kary, Randy Keller, Gary Alex, Michael Adkins, Timothy Kary, Larry Dittmer, Donald Legel. BOTTOM ROW: Henry Mount, 
Edwin McDaniel, Gale Hollingsworth, Randall True, Ed Van Der Molen, Charles Marshall, Norman Butzow. 




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TOP ROW: Gregory Heinz, treasurer; Wayne Peterson, vice pres- 
ident; David Grieve, secretary; David Rincker, commissar; Rob- 
ert Carlson, pledge master. BOTTOM ROW: Frederick Cluskey, 
president; Kenneth McMillan, historian. 



Nabor House proudly began 

its twenty-seventh year by opening the doors of its 

new home, located at 1002 

South Lincoln. Originally organized 

to give men in agriculture a 

chance to live more economically, the 

twenty-nine men of this cooperative fraternity live 

by their motto: "Educate, cooperate, 

and recrate. . ." The men of 

Nabor House have made many worthwhile 

contributions to campus life 

at the University of Illinois. 




TOP ROW: Kenneth Nimrick, Richard McMullen, Keith Honegger, Harold Isaacson, Richard Taylor, Patrick O'Rourke, James Walker, Jack 
Howell, Duane Rapp, James Robinson, Lawrence Mitchell, James Traub, Gary Reynolds, David Linden. SECOND ROW: William Robinson, 
Robert Carlson, David Rincker, David Grieve, Frederick Cluskey, Wayne Peterson, Gregory Heinz, Kenneth McMillan. BOTTOM ROW: 
Rodney Rice, David Zwicker, Donald Moffitt, Peter Petges, Gary Heusel, Roger Smith, Donald O wings. 



NEWMAN HALL 



Christmas-time at Newman Hall 
is highlighted by the traditional Orphan's Party. 

This year sixty children from 

a Danville orphanage, ranging in age from six to 

sixteen, were hosted. A Newman resident 

and his date sponsor each orphan. 

The banquet is climaxed by the distribution of the 

gifts by Santa Claus. Gifts are provided from 

the Newman Residence Fund 

and donations by Newman residents. 

This year a gift-wrapping exchange was 

held prior to the party. 





LEFT TO RIGHT: Dennis Stimpson, secretary; David Mcllvoy, 
president; Ed Oehler, vice president; Jim Dzielawa, treasurer. 



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TOP ROW: John Berns, Jim Kirk, Daniel Reeser, Richard Dickman, Charles Rumore, Manfred Ruckser. SECOND ROW: Anthony Siemer, 
Kenneth Schawel, Dave Mcllvoy, Edward Oehler, Gary Jacobs. BOTTOM ROW: David Burke, Joe Mowbray, Albert Lenkaitis, Mike Branda, 
Orest Hrynewych. 



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Dean Adams, David Alvey, Robert Beyers, James Boerner, Charles Boudreau, Michael Branda, John Castro, Edward Chmielewski, Michael Chu 
William Clarey, Paul Cofoid, Michael Conway, Charles Cusimano, George Donoghue, Joseph Drago, William Fadden, Thaddeus Figus, Kenneth 
Frautzen, Thomas Geletka, Charles Georges, Robert Goulette, William Hepp, Daniel Higgens, Michael Homa, John Houlihan, Thomas Jacob, 
Dennis Kirchgesner, Michael Kirckman, Dennis Kostrzewski, David Loeback, Steven Martinick, Jerry Mattingly, William' McCleish, John 
McCreary, Jim McKean, James Moran, Frank Morski, Brian Mulcrone, John O'Connor, Joseph Page, Kenneth Parker, Joseph Pauelak Richard 
Regnier, Robert Reifschneider, Ray Richardson, Carl Rosengrant, Charles Rumore, Joseph Stabili, Thomas Ulie, Michael Zia. 



NEWMAN HALL 



Daniel Albano, John Albertine, Richard Beyers, Thomas Clyne, William Colbrese, Charles Casimano, Raymond Gaik, Robert Goulette, Michael 
Homa, John Houlihan, Lawrence Humpert, Harold Kaller, Edwin King, Dennis Kirchgesner, David Loeback, Michael Long, James McCreary 
James McGreevy, David McKlvory, James McNamara, Bernard Mohrbacker, Michael Murphy, Geno Nicholas, Edward Oehler Harold Parks' 
Richard Parry, James Peterson, Lowell Peterson, Michael Pieklo, Kenneth Polack, Terry Schulze, Steven Sider, Joseph Stabile ' James Stevens' 
Steven VonderHaar, Paul Yamadi, Kenneth Yednock. 




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TOP ROW: Paul Siren, Douglas Deane, Terry Ladage, Kenneth Beilke. FOURTH ROW: Barry Hayes, David Hemmer, Gary Dittmer, Randall 
Scholl, Michael Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Harold Silkwood, David Thinnes, Robert Kennedy, Robert Polivka, John Bladon, Charles Wasmuth, 
Andrew Maran. SECOND ROW: Frank Krawczyk, James Carswell, Mrs. Arthur Nelson, Arthur Nelson, John Wojcik, Max Heacock, Richard 
Rowe. BOTTOM ROW: Dennis William, Jonfred Worner, Thomas Balma, Steven Austin. NOT IN PANEL: David Curry, Mike Le'ifer, Paul 
McMahan, Gerald Thornton, William Frazee, Roger Inman. 



THE OREGON 



PRAETORIANS 



TOP ROW: Robert Hasegawa, Edward Fox, Joel Cohen, John Heiligenstein, Melvin Garber, Stephen Chait, Jory Chelin, Martin Kanter, 
Jerome Surgar, Ronald Epstein, Paul Smith, Peter Williamson. SECOND ROW: Norman Gordon, Phillip Fisher, Gerson Mosbacher, Jeffrey Lite, 
Robert White, Nathan Goldstein, III, Edward Cheskis, Donald Dreyfus, Gerald Motenner, Richard Aron. BOTTOM ROW: Steven Bachen- 
heimer, Harvey Weisel, Les Chernick, Michael Milton, Kenneth Cooper, Jerrold Falk, Bernard Choban, Michael Kreloff, Allan Levins, Steven 
Morrison. NOT IN PANEL: Neil Bennett, Mayer Eisenstein, Arthur Frankel, Jerry Garfield, David Godenberg, Arnold Harrison, Barry Laven, 
Jeff Rich, Gleen Fefferman, David Patner, Arie Vanderpleug, Fred Berger, David Kaplan, Alan Meyers, David Schaimberg. 




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We may have our fun; 




But when the time for study comes, 
We always get it done! 





ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE 



The women of Wardall Hall and the men of Townsend Hall are not 

only proud that they live in the most impressive 

residence hall complex on campus, but also boast of their 

high scholastic achievements. The women 

received the Freshmen Scholarship Trophy for 

1964-65 and a Certificate for Scholastic Improvement. The men had the highest 

scholastic average in MRHA and had the top house average both 

semesters in 1964-65. Not only did Wardall and Townsend do well in 

scholarship, but they also participated in many social events. 

These activities included Dad's Day and Mom's Day events, dances, picnics, 

and athletic activities. One of the highlights of the year came when Wardall and 

Townsend combined to win two of the all campus Grand Champion 

Homecoming trophies. Besides a full social program at 

I.S.R., the residents also enjoy such modern conveniences 

as an air-conditioned cafeteria, a canteen, a well-equipped library, 

recreational facilities, and a sun deck located on the top of the hall. 



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TOP ROW: Nancy Johnson committee coordinator; Andrienne Segel, president; Betty Watts, Mini guide chairman. SECOND ROW- Tudv 
Porter publicity chairman; Rebecca Welsh, Helen Hawkins, head resident; Becki Duncan, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW- Pat Rydbere secre- 
tary; Kathenne Runge, vice-president; Nancy Rhine, activities chairman. 



WARDALL OFFICERS 



TOWNSEND AREA COUNCIL 

TOP ROW: Norman Kaplan 4N president; William Podl, 3N president; Charles Stone, 4S president; Peter Holm, management chairman; 
Gary M ^ rc " cc '' 2 S President; i ™ a ™ Montgomery, program director; Robert Shook, IS president; Myron Odell, 5S president; Philip Logsdo 
IN president. BOTTOM ROW: Richard Hoffman, publicity chairman; Arthur Klein, 2N president; Roger Miller, area president Edwin Dubin 
athletic chairman; Larry Palmerson 3S president. NOT IN PANEL: John Hagman, secretary; Peter Stanley, treasure?; George Dreher socia 
chairman; John Karas, activities chairman; Charles McGuire, 5N president. ' 




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TOP ROW: Byron Baxter, David Hamblye, James Manwaring, George Stanton, William Sterrett, Larry Ackerman, Ronald Robinson, James 
Jesso, Gordon Day, William Van Hoesen, Jesse Boehler. MIDDLE ROW: Leslie Kramer, Larry Woolever, David Hann, Richard Crawford, Barry 
Benson, William Montgomery, David Hopkins, Roger Miller, Joseph Corrado, Harold Popl, Robert Adams, Jack Sinow. BOTTOM ROW: Jeffrey 
Price, Raymond Kadlec, Michael Williams, Alan Harris, Edward Beach, Arthur Klein, George Dreher, James Chow, Peter Holm, Byron Eden. 



TOWNSEND 2N 



TOWNSEND 3N 



TOP ROW: Edward Andersen, Jon Lewis, Michael Griesbaum, Kenneth Julian, Joseph Lite, Allan Benson, Craig Ehlen, Harry Nelsen, Danny 
Reynolds, Otis Seward, Peter Worcester, William Benjamin. SECOND ROW: Larry Weber, Lawrence Melvin, Charles Wente, Richard Young, 
Glaus Rode, Thomas Van Hazebroeck, James Elsesser, Ronald Peterson, Richard Gehling, Alan Kalitzky, Raymond Bregar, Edward Klingebiel, 
Duane Andreasen, Richard Miller. BOTTOM ROW: Rodney Baumgartner, Lloyd Fujitani, George Peverly, Richard Grommes, David Keirleber, 
William Podl, Herman Bergner, Tonis Mang, Harvey Checkman, Dennis Peterson, Gene Katkus. 




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TOP ROW: Nancy Patt, Mary Donohue, Gloria Carreon, Corrie Carlington, Nancy Hallock, Bernadine Heller, Barbara Uhll, Margaret Croak, 
Jeani Kadans, Marilyn Williams, Sara Soder, Mary Wander, Janet Moorhouse, Alice Halpin, Sheri Ross, Elise Rimington, Mary Capitani, 
Marianne Parrillo. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Cann, Francine Zitlin, Susie McKenna, Anya Glass, Pam Windmiller, Carole Larson, Janis Africh, 
Phylus Levun, Paula Kirschner, Sara Borehardt, Georgia Anargyros, Eliane Kouroupas, Rose Urbanski, Sammy Dean, Bobbie Kite, Pamela 
Seaholm, Gladys Gallus, Beverly Startz. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Lundin, Carole DeLuca, Christine Roper, Olga Demkowicz Judy Halpern 
Mary Miller, Susan Wolf, Molli Todd, Peggy Clark, Mary Malott, Patricia Holland, Helene Bright, Jeanne Clendenin, Terry Thompson. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Mary Hermann, Susan Marer, Jary Allen, Barbara Lawless, Robin Medintz, Patricia Gooding, Kathryn Amft, Cynthia Anderson, 
Mary Baer, Jan Maxton, Sherye Garmony, Teni Millo. 



WARDALL 2 AND 3 



WARDALL 4 AND 6 



TOP ROW: Eleanor Hartstein, Myra Barkan, Carol Smith, Karen Lipsky, Beth Katz, Arabella Boettcher, Joyce Emmert, Marion Taylor, Carolyn 
Carraro, Judy Pieper, Claire Dobson, Barb Harper, Margo Hersch, Mary Gieselmann. THIRD ROW: Sheryl Kohlberg, Margaret Neal, Pamela 
letter, Caren Barch, Karen LaPointe, Barbara Louis, Susan Wall, Karen Ford, Carol Garland, Evelyn Payne, Suzanne Knott, Mary Sheehy, 
Manlee David Carol Appelman, Linda Herwehe. SECOND ROW: Susan Lacey, Gayle Meyer, Donna Ortgiesen, Sandra Pierce, Anita Taylor, 
Julie Norem, Vicki Richardson, Beverly Mitchell, Joan Levy, Cheryl Moldenhauer, Susan Angell, Inge Rembe, Chris Hinds. BOTTOM ROW: 
Carol Deck Patricia Walters, Nancy Bretscher, Jane Whalen, Susan Senger, Janet Orlandino, Katherine Jensen, Carole Mitts, Connie Nelson 
Virginia Gallentine, Janice Oscherwitz, Kathleen Bohlen. 





TOP ROW: Gerald Loffredo, William Ulrich, Ronald Chamberlain, James Johnson, Robert Beatty, Michael Bielski, Bernard Mrstik. MIDDLE 
ROW: Richard Way, Gene Clements, Leslie Braun, Thomas Wlathes, John Middleton, Dennis Callaghan, Richard Anderson. BOTTOM ROW: 
Robert Smith, Richard Hoffman, William Celio, Norman Kaplan, Ronald Mapsen, John Lackey, Kenneth Stromborg. 



TOWNSEND 4N 



TOWNSEND IS 



TOP ROW: James Blanco, Larry Saxby/Malen Sidfert, Robert Bezman, Daniel O'Connell, Ross Miller, David Burroughs, Tung Tung, Tom 
Fujiwara. SECOND ROW: Charles Bower, Darrell McMurray, Morris Maitland, Michael Gbur, Alan Koshner, Robert Burkholder, John 
Borzoni, James Goodman. BOTTOM ROW: Barry Ehrman, Glenn Schmid, James Eckardt, Robert Shook, Richard Berk, Edmund Putnam, 



Cames Prickason. 




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TOP ROW: Jacquelyn Ernst, Grace Carey, Ina Grigolats, Julie Gierke, Suzi Smart, Diane Horwath, Betty Mitchell, Bai 

Rich, Eleanor Thornley, E lencarla Kmeberg. SECOND ROW: Victoria Leuing, Paula Herman, June Caspar, Becki Dun^a^cftherinTwkgner! 

S^^S^i^^^S^S^S^^ BOTT ° M R ° W: Car ° line SC °"' Gail Johnson, Mary Robinson, Marshal^ 



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vSrd Sol McMf^Tl,', I I B " h ' V nd M MageS ', H ^ e u RO T bl u nSOn ' Shar ° n AltSchu1 ' Debbie Boxdorfer, Susie Fisher, Janet Bean, Jacqueline 
Marv'Hazlet. THl£n ROW pWi^ V^lf' ^bee Johnson, Patricia Sora, Heidi Meinhardt, Bess Schoeneman, Lynne Vondrasek, 
Mary Hazlett. THIRD ROW: Pat Golden Linda Magel, Nancy Johnson, Marilou Tucker, Kathleen Schlesinger, Jean Swanson Rochelle 
Gnmban Chen Massmg.ll Emily Williams Joyce Harant, Lynda Scranton, Betty Watts, Carol Larson, Marilyn Spiegel Barbara Berhn Chiisdne 
Kujawa, kathie Runge, Shirley Thieda. SECOND ROW: Eugenie Ring, Merle Rovel, Beverly Torsberg, Mary Weftrav, Sandra TorrnW L^nn 
f,Tcn< u y n a ^T" 5 ' p° n , a W ^r° n ' Margaret Dierkin ?> Carla B <-°wn, Lynne Firsel, Joanne Marti. BOTTOM ROVV? Gale Gran LinSa 
Nancy Adomson™' ' " ° "^ NOTa Bartdt ' D ° nna ° ehme ' Karen F ™ ndze1 ' Leslie Manns > Caro1 Urban - Kathleen Busby! 




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TOP ROW: Mark Nelson, Theodore Pacocha, Thomas Custis, William Ott, Keith Skromme, Robert Doeseckle, Norman Webb, Richard Rupnow, 
John^Livingston, Daniel Danko. MIDDLE ROW: Theodore Sobol, Clifford Jones, Frederick Blase, Joseph Matt, Donald Coleman, Arlie Alexan- 
der, Richard Helm, Ronald Mass, Stephen Kerr, James Bell. BOTTOM ROW: Jack Cooley, Rudolph Richter, John Shoralter, John Vanjoesen, 
Thomas Grantham, Gary Marcucci, John Bennish, Forrest Honderich, Paul Janecer, Maurice Klee. 



TOWNSEND 2S 



TOWNSEND 3S 



TOP ROW: Robert Gillman, Vincent Eitzen, John Galway, Gilbert Johnson, George Prall, Sherwin Bulmash, Martin Brzeczek, Dennis Zeb- 
rauskas. SECOND ROW: John Criner, John Morrison, Michael Anderson, Robert Megginson, James Schaefges, Wendell Carlson, Lawrence 
Crisant. BOTTOM ROW: Leslie Schwarz, Clayton Stubbins, Paul Johnson, Larry Palmerson, John Lilegdon, Gregory Cohn. 





Jeanne Beckemeyer, Mary Celebucki, Phyllis Rantert, Eileen Miller, Jane Linker, Lesley Kriegman, Ann DeBacher. BOTTOM ROW- Lee Ann 
Dieter, Amy Levine, Judie Pilat, Claire Paskiet, Carol Baker, Fredricka Lightfoot, Mary Anderson, Judy Steffens, Kathryn Ehrhardt Donna 
Hypke, Judith Spence. ' 



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WARDALL 11 AND 12 



TOP ROW: Gale Spirtas, Esther Goldstein Linda Nowack, Mary Annis, Debbie Hauser, Donna Temple, Patricia Carr, Susan Wilcox, Sherry 
«p£okT^ a £™A? P % en u Urg ' A T A K f nne dyAGail Nakamura, Julianne Simonin, Judy Hirano, Michela Cooper, June Bartow, Brenda Spirtas. 
cC ° w R v- : r Ba I ba P A ™ ft ' , Arlene Missavage, Flonet Wallace, Rosmary Pelicore, Adrienne Segel, Jeane Danhaus, Judy Porter, Natalie 
Shane, Mary Frick Barbara Wade, Shirin Shaisy, Carlyn Bruce. BOTTOM ROW: Donna Davis, Regina Wright, Gillian Denson, Barbara 
Schulman, Gale Sodikoff, Majone Shane, Nancy Wieland, Snadi Chunowitz, Valorie Sonntag, Racheal Newberg, Beverly Timm Sheila Bovilsky 





TOP ROW: Randy Haydel, Gregory Dohrn, Richard Baxendalc, Herman Allison, Daniel Paarlberg, Frank McCollum, Raymond Jackson, 
Robert Soderstrom, David Stanczak. MIDDLE ROW: Melvin Boule, John Hackmann, Gary Kent, Rodney Thomas, Richard Granroth, Michael 
Hanagan, Christopher Goodbrake, Donald May, Leslie Corley. BOTTOM ROW: Lawrence Van Doren, John Neumann, Edward Cox, Charles 
Stone, Frederick Hillman, Martin Turkis, Raymond Runquist, Kenneth Toedter. 



TOWNSEND 4S 



TOWNSEND 5S 



TOP ROW: Richard Meyers, Ernest Ruby, Jack Strellis, Malcolm Babb, Daniel Pajak, Kent Brawner, George Bass, James Jackson, David 
Myrow. SECOND ROW: Karl Thornbrugh, Gary Brawner, Russell Ringl, Dale Matthews, Gerald Oncken, James Jastrzembski, Jeffrey Conroy, 
David Turney. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Endecavageh, William Sitton, Donald Bedanrczyk, Myron Odell, Julius Zschau, Paul Koch, Samuel 
Bell, William Micheletti. 




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Rnvv ? suu V xi * er S u f ?' * a " da11 *"' p* 1 * Sf' 1, Larry Klobe, Daniel Schuabert, Marshall Jorpeland, James Leshuk. SECOND 

RnuV J r mCS r ■ 'I?; J° hn Mohan^ John Palmcsar Pedro Heller, Andy Loving, Dennis O'Connor, David Wilson, Thomas McGrath. BOTTOM 
ROW: George Call, Wayne Hunt, Donald Baker, John Harryman, William Rinne, Glen Dahlbacka, Robert Youno- Paul Heinrich 



CARR III 



CARR IV 

c?nL??t^i : M^ir? 1 ^ 61 !' £*? vl Takahashi > W^n Osborne, John Moll, Stephen Golden, Richard VerHeecke, Robert Galvanoni, 
George Ste.l, Michael Derks, Robert Valentine, Kenneth Olson, William Robinson, Randal Sebring, Kenneth Morris, Stuart Smith. SECOND 
r2e Tn£°Shnr^'R K V1< ?^ lema « n ' Stanl f V Eisenstein, Andrew Rovelstad, Michael Maddin, Gary Singleton, Walter Kaminski, Raymond 
iffmJn « T* ' ? 7 -Shaw, Stuart Goldblatt, Dennis Thiers, Bradley Everett, Steven Fischer, DeArmand Hull, Peter Manhart. BOTTOM 
ROW: Geoffery Moreland, Steven DeLue William Oberg, John Karchbrenner, David Baloun, Stanley Stroup, Julian Gorski, Laurence Vaughn, 
David Kuntz, Stephen Mey, Michael London, James Anderson. 8 ' 




571 




TOP ROW: Robert Archer, James Drummond, Alan Resnik, David Whitney, James Cain, Stuart Moring, John Vogel, Frank Repcynski, 
Steven Bowers, William Trankina, Leslie Lavin, Larry Mullens, Patrick Au, Terry Schultz. SECOND ROW: Douglas Harper, Michael Prousis, 
Henry Wallace, John Cochran, Stephen Messenger, Bernard Minton, Robert Haney, John Wielt, Donald Edgar, Michael Kast, Rochard Tomich, 
Robert Wirth, Martin Siegel, William Warner. BOTTOM ROW: David Althaus, Roy Johnson, Richard Glidden, Bernard Berta, Glenn Troester, 
Joseph Goleash, James Roll, Lee Dobbs, Edwin Merrifield, Frank Ritt. 



FORBES 2E 



FORBES 3E 



TOP ROW: Bruce Smith, Richard Roush, Allen Hall, John Kirtley, Lawrence Irwin, Richard Dueringer, John Swartz, Eric Harder, Daniel 
Walden, Philip Smith, Janes Skogsberg, Robert Maxant, Charles Wilcox, Raymond Masek, David Nelson, Timothy Harris, John Hoebel, 
Charles Fabish, John Nelson, Duane Curry, Bahram Ebrahimi. SECOND ROW: Alan Friedman, Robert Younker, Michael Verticchio, Berle 
Mattes, David Garrison, Thomas Rhoads, Michael Parker, Gary Greene, Carl Heimann, Roger Oltmanns, William Randell, Raymond Nowicki, 
Thomas Ryan, Jan Mueller. BOTTOM ROW: Raymond Leffner, Jeffrey Lawhorn, Thomas Redvay, Charles Smitley, Robert Gerches, James 
McMahon, Michael Macklin, James Lowrey, Dorice Shamway, Kenneth Quimby, Rodney Bussell, David Granat, Michael Giuffre. 



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TOP ROW: Daniel Wilson, Richard Zeffiro, Larry Latman, Donald Morton, Dwight Kulwin, James Logan, Kenneth Musil Charles Youn« 
Jon Shemerdiak, Bruce Cornish, James Zohrer, Kenneth McMillan, Richard Hart, James Blank, DuWayne Olson, Sol Rajfer John Lamoreux 
Charles House Gary Dunlop, Kasumu Salawu. SECOND ROW: Glenn Evans, Douglas Lemmon, Charles Smart, David Baer, Kenneth Arney' 
David Harris Russell Peters, Ed Rick, Larry Drafall, Keith Meyer, John Driesbach, Arnold Kopplin, Robert Fox, Gregory Perkinson, Donald 
Greenfield, Harold Schroeder, John Enckson, Robert King, David Keren, Richard Witer. BOTTOM ROW: David Heilman Gerald Ronspies 
David Radosh, Michael Dec, Russell Dickerson, Richard Moss, James Lynn, Larry Wenshutonis, James Eide, William Murphy, Michael Land- 
fried, Glenn Olsen, Kenneth Smolik, Howard Nicholas. 



FORBES 4E 



FORBES 2W 



TOP ROW: Terry Anderson, John Gerber, Michael Bendas, Richard Bird, Robert Morrow, Raymond Kula, Lennard Paulsen Tohn Kinsey 
Henry Hoff. SECOND ROW: Charles Broughton, John Polhemus, William Jeffries, Lance Hudgens, Norman Ryan, Roger Farmer, Thomas 
Stadel, Francis LaSalle, Richard Banholzer, John Diezel, Michael Hofbauer, Gary Hise. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Palmer Robert Bainter 
Norman James, Robert Lee, Kermith Werremeyer, Larry Knodle, William Papineau, Thomas Sinks, Larry Lickenbrock, Jerry' Line 





TOP ROW: Thomas Rossi, Harold Hill, Kenneth Jerine, Alan Gilman, James Gaston, Kenneth Townsend, George Drye, Karl Forsstrom, Daniel 
Libera, Gary Webb, William Phillips, Harold Alexander, Stephen McCarty, Robert Weber, Norm Kane, Charles Jackson. SECONDROW: 
Robert Smith, Craig Wright, Albert DeVon, James McDonald, Richard Jones, Charles Nelson, James Johnson, Bruce Bitting, John Cain, Bruce 
York, Francis Hapli, Robert Radkey, Larry Hendee, William Nowak. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Strenski, Michael Murawski, Fred Ranck, 
Edward Butts, Kerry Gonnam, Carl Renfro, William Gieske, George Zervos, William Hard, John Schumaker, Gary Tofgren, James Schmidt. 



FORBES 4W 



GARNER IE 



TOP ROW: Michael Edwards, Paul Wehrenberg, Randall Rheen, Alan Bormann, Frank Culbertson, Daniel Duncan, Bruce Berg, Charles 
Brobst, Robert McCarron. SECOND ROW: James Pautz, Harvey Briggs, Thomas Brandiner, Wayne Peugh, Denny Fulfs, Joseph Bart, Bill Goraj, 
Kerry Greenwald, Jeff Johnson, Steve Wolf, Bill Davis, Don Lighter, Donald Jeanblanc, Richard Meagher, Henry Kuhlman. BOTTOM ROW: 
David Hibbs, Jan Ansberger, Robert Jostrom, Paul Ahrens, Edward Jeanblanc, Alan Haan, Alan Bragg, Gary Gentry, William Boston, Joe Fralton. 




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TOP ROW: Michael Movplur, Kenneth Manon, Robert Leverenz, David Johnson, Dennis Kraft Robert Savers TV.viH K ,„ ,r,.i, Tk„ u, u K 
Gregory Nace, Fredric Moritz, Stephen Manrose Ward Cramer, Eldon Kiaab. SECOND iSw £S «J Stev fw^t 
Jay Yuskowitz, Thomas Bohlen, Donald Ludw.g, Douglas Olson, Tom Nolan, Ronald Bookland, Roy Helsing^Douglas Ashbv BOTTOM ROW 
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GARNER 2E 



GARNER 3E 

ROW: Terence Sebngh , Douglas Anderson, Wayne Zarnecki, Arthur Hillman, Danny Carlson, Thomas McNeilly Nickofa ^Novclel Thomas 
Iv^rson Michael Ciesielka, William Robinson, Stephen McBride, Michael Damko, Irwin Solganick, William Andra, Larry NlggT BOTTOM 
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TOP ROW:] Michael Mclntyre, Harry Baxter, Wayne Franzen, Robert Wilson, Bryce Chamberlain, William Metzger, Thomas Sheppard, 
Raymond Wodicka, Darreil Strohman, Edward Dake, Leland Gauron, William Stasek, Armen Assaturians, James Baird. BOTTOM ROW: 
Dennis Juncer, Ronald Reichlin, Alfred Tisdahl, James Stovall, Arthur Grange, Michael Smedley, Randall Abbott, Stephen Maack, Leonard 
Lingo, III, Charles Tindall. 



GARNER 4E 



GARNER 2W 



TOP ROW: Donald Hallmark, Leland Wolden, Stephen Smith, Steven Muzos, James DeWeerth, Gerald Schwoch, Larry Spires, Benjamin 
Greiner, Robert Sawyer, Michael Hari, Philip Tetten, Robert Blettner. SECOND ROW: Allan Geis, Kenneth Reutter, Raymond Kalinowski, 
William Sivula, Steven Mawson, Samuel Winfrey, Dennis Langley, Raymond Ehle, Virgil Fairchild, Jan DeSelms, Timothy Hood, Steven Good- 
man. BOTTOM ROW: Karl Lukens, Michael Dunlap, Michael Kenyon, Lowell Iverson, Richard Berg, Donald Afflerbaugh, William Geary, 
John Williams, John Lash, Robert Passovoy, Garret Olech. 





TOP ROW. Stephen Goodman James Ramsdell, Richard Johnson, Randall Heilbrunn, David Sherman, Glen Nelson, Gerald Beyer Henry 
r T a m J k,' C nu C f M tT F ' Jn ' r\° S , ep T h McCarthy, Richard Pass, Gary Nelson, Joe Lamb, Charles McConkey. SECOND ROW: David Bratton 
Griffin Noble Charles Johnson, Dale Lehman, Van Fossler, Walter Hilker, Terry Walker, Steven Myers, Gary Dalby, Ronald Johnson GarJ 
Kasprovich Harold Kaufman David Camac. BOTTOM ROW: Albert Reinschmidt, William Butikas, Tho^g^on^ Brete Ronald 
Greenberg, Thomas Marzen, James Mukoyama, Jr., Thomas Wagoner, Jack Gellman, William Snapp Robert Gansberg 



GARNER 3W 



GARNER 4W 



TOP ROW: Dennis Sodomke, John Graves, Donald Bunmng, Richard Allen, Charles Schult, David Thomas, George Gau, Gary Schiortino 
Jerry Stempel, Ronald Schwarer, Donald Ran, Michael Guerin, Russell Pond, Kenneth Carlson. BOTTOM ROW: Tames Young Terrv Dodson' 
Robert Highley, David Brossart, Robert Quackenbush, Richard Garcia, Richard Kuhr, Robert Rossen, Richard wlrtick Myron Smith 










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TOP ROW: Jeffery Richardson, Tracy Gerow, Thomas Kuergeleis, Steven Flowers, Dennis Pessis, James Horchem, Jr., Scott Koves, Robert 
Paszczyk, Stephen Thomas, Michael Brown, Jeff Fisher, John Berryman, Robert Sieh, James Snyder, Stephen Hyndman, John Gabriel, Perry 
Soldwedel, John Pavelich. SECOND ROW: Harry Pawlowitz, Gary Sudeth, Larry Oberlander, Tommy Bryden, Jeffery Waldbeser, Michael 
Rochowiak, Paul Weinhold, Carson Brooks, Frank Woodrich, William Wilton, David Kwinn, Richard Gullang, James Hulse, John Micetich, 
Tim Crichton. BOTTOM ROW: Henry Skokowski, Michael Heneghan, David Lockmiller, Bruce Babcock, Krips Kriesel, Robert Knudson, 
Stephen Kaye, Carl Kressman, Stephen Bannister, Richard Kruger, Nicky Smith, Jerry Sjostrom, David Prochazka, Ralph Beck. 



HOPKINS 2E 



HOPKINS 3E 



TOP ROW: Terry Merrick, William Amideo, Charles Norris, Glen Kitson, Jon Whittaker, Clayton Cole, Lyle Paul, Terry Swick, Steven Bell- 
moff, Leslie Olefsky, Glen Leesman, Car Zimmerman, Robert Hartmann, Melvin Caruso. SECOND ROW: Robert Park, Thomas Nowak, Dale 
Hunsberger, Paul Friedland, James Hansen, Philip Prather, Joseph Hischer, James Rupp, Robert Madsen, Christian Newkirk, Patrick Hubona, 
Bernard Kastory, Robert Grinzafi, Benjamin McCash. BOTTOM ROW: Henry White, Howard Rosenmayer, Manuel Moskaluk, Ronald Mrozek, 
James Luebbers, Michael Gross, Herbert Harback, Bernard Flock, Kris Lauritzen, George Frienrichs, Charles Horn, David Peterson, Thomas 
Lyckberg, James Ryan. 




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TOP ROW: Barry Lakin, Ross Morton, Larry Youngren, Trevor Overton, Ronald Parchem, David Andalman Scott Clark RirWH Wav Mil,,. 
Spangler, Jonas Ichen, Keith Armour, Tim Stout, David Parris. SECOND ROW: David Shauer Robert Hcndrickson P^Lnrt sSn' P 
Graham, Gary Rosemblum, Ronald LaPage, James Joyce, Robert Murphy, Mike Brady, Donald CoZs Marsh M 1 Se ThIXe Abel D™ 
Schwartz, James Braddock, David Ziako. BOTTOM ROW: Gregory Komar, Richard Dybals Leonard 1W s?« p i t ' 

wSiram b B r a g ;r°k Vid WkkerSheimer > Th0 ™ S Gr0SZCZ ^ R ° bert Homing Edward Washe^ChS^cS" I^ard EnTs, Robert" Bew^slo^ 



HOPKINS 3W 



HOPKINS 4W 



H?nnS ^ £"& av ?>J a ™f S Warmbir Mark March Dean Romein, Robert Rinkema, Dean Moentman, Bruce Bullman, Ralph Nicksarlian, 
R^h Juf If 'p . W ^ , ^ ' T^^Liebert John Newman. SECOND ROW: Richard Larson, William Burrzinski, Michael Montgomery 
BOTT"oMROW R h fk^ p S K JU ^J , e ^u' £°„ P f<*y Timoth y Minnick, Richard Burzynski, Thomas Bryant, Richard Fehlman 
BOTTOM ROW. Robert Phihpp, Richard Noland, John Pollock, Vincent Lauter, James Mueller, Wayne Schmidt, Denny Miller, Dale Hassel- 




579 




TOP ROW: Richard Chesrow, Alan Cabodi, Duane Phillips, Rocco Crowley, James Jacobs, Robert Brandner, Michail Tipp, James Hansen, 
William Stanley, William Schott, Thomas Herod. SECOND ROW: Frank Vanek, Nicholas Frigo, Richard Petzold, Kenneth Palmer, John Croft, 
Herbert Williams, Alan Keuss, Frederick Kirchner, Gordon Fuchs, Sherwin Isaac, William Irons, James Krueger. BOTTOM ROW: LaVerne 
Debatin, Lloyd DeGrane, Gary Balke, Calvin Oetjen, Edward Baker, Francois De Vriendt, Paul Fahr, James Daws, Charles Voss, Kenneth 
Sanders, Robert Becker. 



HOME NUMBER 18 ORCHARD DOWNS 



SCOTT 1 



TOP ROW: Blake Johnson, Bob Broome, Jim Thompson, Timothy Brown, Paul Kervin, Rene Orizondo, Jerry Rudowyj, Allen Di Carlo, Tom 
Wagner. BOTTOM ROW: Richard Schleicher, Neal Whitely, Ed Heckert, Dwight Morrow, Myron Fair, William Smith, Thomas Murray. 





E^SSi^m^BSS'wS ^ECOND ROW U s; ^ WH^' SW ?T ier ' T Frank Wa *™> Peter Donat > J™ **». Thomas 
Daniel Foy^R^^^^ Geoffrey MciLe Anthony Ruzas, 

Larry Bundy, David Wiedeman, David Nag'ele, Harry Woods Peter Wlan^nam ' V k ' ^^ SwanS ° n ' N ° rman Hoffma ™> 



SCOTT 2E 



SCOTT 3E 



TOP ROW: Graydon Comstock, Robert Feist, Kermit Hustedt, David Johnson, Daniel Brass, Robert Schleef Richard Conn Tohn Reed Clarke 
Schumacher Martin Shupack, James Donovan, Jay Merz, Robert Vercler, Ralls Melatte, Larry aSm^TaS&u^ffitaMcSND 

ROW Somas Cash Den^k 'Kno», ITh T ^"'^ Cummins William Blakey, Albert Winterbauer, James Byassee. BOTTOM 

David 'CS "Tohn %t 5 ^^I^nGarry McMurtrey, Arthur Treccani, Martin Sadd, Robert Krunwiede, Merlin Derry, 
uavia lurkowski, John Carlson, William Van Wermeskerken, Robert Harris, Charles Cooper, Michael Busch. 




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TOP ROW: Roger Santagato, Edward Steinman, Robert Hult, Carl Zangerl, Norman Schmidt, Stephen Buss, James Vakoc, Thomas Berthold, 
Herbert Smith Carter Strassman, William Rice, Dennis Durbin, Jack Blevins, Terrence Tatarchok, Howard Katz, Ward Sharbach, Richard 
Weigel. BOTTOM ROW: Barry Swenson, Frank Marlovits, Dale Ackerman, Alvin Feder, Frank Babich, Fernando Nin, Thomas Martin, Gregory 
Schmidt, John Thomas, David Jensen, David Toth. 



SCOTT 4E 



SCOTT 2W 



TOP ROW: William Young, John Bomke, Dennis Westhouse, Edward Arnett, James Liggett, Ronald Dale, Phillip Baker, Michael England, 
Gary Olson, Daniel Zillman, Rodger Hay, Jack Shallow, Robert Burdick, Richard Black, Thomas Norcom, Robert Ker. SECOND ROW: Garrett 
Shawhan, Robert Dombrowski, Vern Neuhaus, David Turner, Brian Skogsberg, Gerald Guy, Peter Weiss, Stanley McMorris, Mark Wilson, 
Charles Warriner, Thomas Matalis, John Olson, Robert Summerer, Brian Boland, John Podzamsky, Robert Wallace. BOTTOM ROW: Michael 
Waltz, David Williams, Morman Carlson, Robert Strand, Gary Wade, Jack Heuerman, Richard Rafoth, Howard Bushnell, Leslie Lagerquist, 
David Venhuizen, Gregg Giesler, Gary Kleiber, Clark Kent, George Patterson. 




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Ernest Bonanuo, Philip Burkhart, James Johnson, John Lamb, Scott Herrick, Ronald DidSffi^^SsK»NDRO^^ MW' 
Russell Koeller, Daniel Sands, Richard Lute, Timothy Nafziger, David Herrera, Roger He lebuvck Gene"SnoVtrnVn £ ^" ° en , nls t ° ^ eefe ' 
Jaynes, William Heasom, James Burgh, Paul Butler. BOTTOM ROW: Roger Fr C id^"£n^TH^^X^A^r J f™n ' "^ 
Robert Grandys, Herbert Sosin, Dale Newton, Robert Rieter, John Christiano, JanJ Ginther David ^Santogrussi ' " Cam P be "' 



SCOTT 3W 



SNYDER 2E 



TOP ROW: Michael Cooper^ Roger Zmrhal, Ray Hankes, Edward Gozdecki, Stephen Hastiass, Steve Scott Bert Kidd Roeer Herman Fred 

ROW- rSvZ. r nUS ' M er 4.? llher \ J , r ' C f y £ erman ' Robert Dow ' Kenneth Holz < > e Thompson Charles Whekhel Barry WeSteb SECOND 
K?™ V?h Gronewold Thomas Mayerle, Paul Walk, Richard Neece, Theodore Neumann, Darrel Hagberg George Buchik To seoh Mucha 
ROW •. t r" CmC fc?J ,ane p So J n ^ CrVllIe ' Rl ^ ard Erdmann ' Ronald Block, James Lesniak, Russell Kooy, Dali Ekof, ,PaulA tman BOTTOM 
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TOP ROW: Joseph Dresar, Ronald Salerno, Carl_ Awe, Larry Green, Howard Fenn, Stephen Samet, Daniel Breit, George Rock, Terry Locke, 

THIRD 

Timothy 

Tullock. SECOND ROW: Darold Herdes, John Bieritz, Terry Colbert, James Ingle Jr.rjerryBenson7Air e rGrandt,' Daniel Green, Gerald 
Smith, Phillip Dunn, Richard Schiefelbein, Fred Bcrger, John Miller, Russell Ewers. BOTTOM ROW: William Rahe Mark Faiwell Ronald 
Hennnch, Leon Dornstreich, Steven Highbarger, Arthur Feinberg, Stephen Lagerlund,' Alan Gordon, Reginal Mitchell, Howard Emmerman 




SNYDER 4E 



WESTON 1 



TOP ROW: George Patino, Phillip Schliem, Lester Sherer, Kenneth Wikoff, Richard Ringhofer, Paul Eschmann, Tony LaRussa, Robert Culli, 
Harry Miller, Daniel Schaubert. BOTTOM ROW: Terry Roszhart, Timothy Ohman, William Hamilton, Edward Fahrner, Richard Patterson 
Bruce Wallace, Barry Greenberg, Ray Novak. 





TOP ROW: Bruno Breitmeyer, Donald Meyer, Arie Vanderploeg, Edward Fahrner, Daniel Parz, Richard Swansen, Marc Aronin. BOTTOM 
ROW: Roy Malik, Robert Kaiser, Gregory Kuch, Wesley Habley, Stuart Schupack, Brain Burch, David Luck. 



WESTON HALL COUNCIL 



WESTON 2E 



TOP ROW: Dennis Williams, LeRoy Shibuya, Douglas Drake, David Samaras, William Kazinka, Charles Goewey, Richard Tappan, Dell Ward 
Charles Habich, Robert Blumenthal, Barry Sherman, Frank Dunnington, Stephen Doll, Robert Kaiser, Robert Menzimer Mark Rosenblum' 
Robert Hahn. SECOND ROW: Michael Baird, William Wind, William Shafer, Randall Stiles, Ralph Mindock, Richard Nutt Matti Harm' 
Frank Biancalana, Richard Davies, Terry Becker, Robert Meinershagen, Clyde Baker, Vernon Kinnee, Gregory Grebe, Tohn Spenader Tohn' 
Heihgenstein, Harold Helland. BOTTOM ROW: Bruce Baker, David Scholz, James Sanner, David Means, Bruno Breitmeyer, Stuart Simon 
Fhomas Smith, Lowell Peck, Kelly Hsia, Owen Autry, William Fitzpatrick, James McFarland. 














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TOP ROW: Gregory Phillips, Daniel Kocher, Thomas Jones, David Kartman, James Freeburg, Roger Ivins, Daniel Rady, Larry Scott, Robert 
Alexander, Robert Borch, Richard Biddle, James Roman, Steven Friedman, Russell Dupuis, Harry Blake, Jerome Paul, Nguyen Tung. THIRD 
ROW: Charles Shriver, Thomas Bodle, Terry Sellke, Herbert Grotewold, George Plotzke, William McCall, Philip McCall, Jr., Mark Hanold, 
John Charleston, Stephen Dice, James Smith, Robert Lefler, Robert Kuhl, Richard Kasten, Thomas Harding, Wesley Habley, Louis Alster, Frank 
Havill, Jr., William Lynk. SECOND ROW: Stuart Schupack, Jerome Zink, Michael Schroeder, Richard Tuenjes, Terry Bequette, Daniel Zay, 
Daniel Parz, John Wachowicz, Richard Engelhorn, Randall Schultz, Dale Kotnour, Alan Walker, Phillip Czechowski. BOTTOM ROW: Benn 
Okawa, Kenneth Ehrlich, Joseph Thiel, Kevin Keller, Henry Hikman, William Witzig, Fred Lukasik, Jr., Randall Monroe, Dennis Doelitzseh, 
Thomas Graddy, Robert Spear, Paul Costello. 



WESTON 3E 



WESTON 4E 



TOP ROW: David Houser, Michael Clark, Donald Montgomery, Jerry Fox, Thomas Tassio, Robert Landgraf, James Gummersheimer, Russell 
Horsley, Steven Ferreira, Preston Gale, Charles Montague, David McConnell, David Ostrodka, Michael Gilliam, Robert Thiel, James Gerber. 
SECOND ROW: Delos Pieper, York Phillips, David Atkins, Vincent Pari, Richard Baumbartner, Robert Hunnes, John Greenwell, Thomas 
Campbell, Irwin Nejdl, John Gearhart, Edward Kosher, Bruce Rutan, Frederick Gilmore, Gregory Gaskill, Richard Washburn, Larry Greep, 
Glenn Holler. BOTTOM ROW: Paul Markezich, Richard Binder, Larry Day, Richard Burkhart, Richard Groenwald, Bronson Davis, Richard 
Swansen, Ted Sigtenhorst, Jack Feldman, Robert Hurley, Gary Young, George Saxton, Warren Judd. 

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Snnav„ a ™nSwA° U f S Fnedr.ch Charles Glasser Earl Schroeder, James Baron, James Wasik, Michael Lamport Guang Fang, 
"t.Jl va S ^V OND R ° W - A 2 dre ^ ?arr, Robert Gerencher, George Walton, Steward Hartman, Joe Simmons, Tames Drummond Norris 
Lessley, Edwin Thompson, Stuart Barab, David Pieper, William Passafume, Anthony Polgar, Michael Donovan Donald BrehmS^&chr^n 
Nick Grooms, John Cook, Scott Cornell, Grant Buehrin, Donald Tursman. BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Bender', Roger DuPuTs DavU ReiS 
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WESTON 2W 
WESTON 3W 



TOP ROW Mark Larson Roger Fatheree, James Fuller, Hartley Provisor, Arthur Mann, Kenneth Skiles, Gary Walker, Richard Sperrv Stenhen 
Frne^r' Martl " ^f* 1 ' Arnold Harrison, Paul Dorner, Albert Panozzo, Thomas Dreyer, Dale Paquette, Larry Snow! Steven Theobald 
Ernest German, Wayne Lehman, Craig Sanders, Steven Clark. BOTTOM ROW: Daniel Johns, David Schleeter, Stephen Sinon Richard Fass.no 
James Weiss, Dennis Pagni, Arie Vanderploeg, Roy Malik, Jeffrey Fleming, Paul Klein, Victor Braca, Joseph Lamos, Terry Layman 




587 




TOP ROW: David Luck, John Sepich, Douglas Block, Gene Rutkowski, George Pilch, William Rubin, Albe Bakeman, James Vail, David 
Stuckel, Stephen Johnson, Fred Mierzwa, Kenneth Zuhlke, David Anderson, Kenneth Marr, Roy Mann, Jon Kenney. SECOND ROW: Donald 
Russell, Roger Harszy, James Kolar, George Vandenberg, Lloyd Jukkola, Thomas Guebert, Lando Eitzen, Edward Stanton, Charles Harrington, 
Robert McCain, William Gartley, Allan Romba, Gary Miller. BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Sivertson, Gary Zauhar, James Patton, Harold Meyer, 
Stanley Payne, Martin Rench, Donald Meyer, Jeffery Jensik, Paul Cox, Jeff Merrick, John Carriere, Edward Johnson. 



WESTON 4W 



FORBES 3W 



TOP ROW: John Robbins, Lawerence'.Garland, William Brakin, Robert Walsh, Robert Beck, Stephan Chait, George Dannells, Arnold Senn, 
Terrance Mondy, Robert Treanor, Edgar Iwamoto. SECOND ROW: Marvin Rudman, David Bethard, James Weeks, James Hirst, David 
Shanahan, Clifford Simpson, Steven Wahl, Thomas Ross. BOTTOM ROW: William Kubik, Henry Hickman, William Rhyne, Roger Frison, 
Edward Olds, Christian ZurSchmiede, Raymond Venus, William Lovett. 



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INDEX 



Acacia, 450 

Admissions and Records, 163 

Agriculture, College of, 172 

Agriculture, Council, 356 

Agriculture, Economics Club, 355 

Agriculture, Education Club, 356 

Air Force, R.O.T.C, 357, 358, 359 

Allen North, 506, 507, 508 

Allen South, 509, 510 

Alpha Chi Omega, 426 

Alpha Chi Rho 451 

Alpha Delta Phi, 452 

Alpha Delta Pi, 427 

Alpha Delta Sigma, 361 

Alpha Epsilon, 361 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, 428 

Alpha Epsilon Pi, 454, 455 

Alpha Eta Rho, 362 

Alpha Gamma Delta, 429 

Alpha Gamma Rho, 453 

Alpha House, 506 

Alpha Kappa Alpha, 449 

Alpha Kappa Lambda, 456 

Alpha Kappa Psi, 362 

Alpha Lambda Delta, 363 

Alpha Omicron Pi, 430 

Alpha Phi, 431 

Alpha Phi Omega, 364 

Alpha Rho Chi, 457 

Alpha Sigma Phi, 458 

Alpha Tau Alpha, 365 

Alpha Tau Omega, 459 

Alpha Xi Delta, 432 

Alpha Zeta, 365 

Alpine Lodge, 544 

Alumni Association, 190 

American Ceramic Society, 366 

American Foundrymen's Society, 384 

American Institute of Architects, 351 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers, 352 
American Institute of Industrial 

Engineers, 353 
American Recreation Society, 410 
American Society for Agricultural 

Engineers, 353 
American Society for Civil Engineers, 

354 
American Society for Mechanical 

Engineers, 354 
Angel Flight, 360 
Armed Forces Council, 367 
Armory House, 545 
Army R.O.T.C, 368, 369, 370, 371 
Association for Childhood Education, 

Association of Internation Students 

394 
Association of the U.S. Army 367 
A-ti-us, 366 



Abate, Alex Michael, 458 
Abbott, Barbara Ann, 230, 443 
Abbott, Loraine, 381 
Abbott, Randall Lee, 407, 576 
Abdelsamad, Sana R., 395 
Abel, Theodore, 579 
Abele, Susan Jane, 539 
Abell, John Lambert, 355, 356, 365 
Abelson, Arthur Rolfe, 407, 490 
Abernathy, Thomas David, 364 
Ableman, Darlene Faye, 444 
Ablin, Lester Kenneth, 575 
Abmed, Abdell, 378 
Abraham, Kenneth Alan, 364 
Abraham, Laurence F., 498 
Abraham, William John, 491 
Abrams, Feme Henna, 521 
Abrams, Howard Irving, 273, 552 
Abrams, Melvyn Allen, 412 
Abramson, David Victor, 504 
Acker, David Seth, 478 
Acker, Dolores Annette, 522 
Ackerman, Arthur Wade, 583 
Ackerman, Dale Lester, 582 
Ackerman, Gene F., Jr., 74, 367, 463 
Ackerman, Larry Lee, 564 
Ackerman, Van Heiss, 459 
Ackerman, Lynne Elsa, 537 
Ackerson, Donald Keith, 74, 381 
Ackland, Janet Kay, 247, 268, 524 
Acks, Ronald William, 194, 341 420 

499 
Acord, Jon Stephen, 499 
Adair, Sharon Kay, 268, 388, 448 
Adam, John Robert, 381, 575 
Adamaitis, Janice Rose, 448 
Adami, Dave Richard, 260, 465 
Adams, David Lawrence, 354, 477 
Adams, Dean Andrew, 559 
Adams, Harold Corwin, II, 359 
Adams, Mary Juanita, 529 
Adams, Robert Eldon, 353, 361, 564 
Adams, Roy Dean, 461 
Adams, Steven Lee, 459 



Adams, Thomas Edward, 467 

Adams, William Ray, 548 

Adamski, Barbara Jean, 405, 544 

Adamson, Judith Ann, 247, 440 

Adamson, Nancy Jean, 567 

Adamstone, Dr. Frank, 187 

Adaska, William Wayne, 362 

Addis, Andra Lesley, 74, 444 

Addis, William Henry, 552 

Adell, Roger, 454 

Adelman, Linda Gail, 536 

Aden, Herbert Lee, 355 

Adewunmi, Adegboyega A., 74, 390 

Adinolff, Frank J., 416 

Adkins, Michael Ray, 556 

Adreani, Susan Joyce, 539 

Adrian, Eunice Jane, 529 

Aerbaugh, Donald E., 269, 576 

Afflich, Jams Louise, 565 

Aazzi, Judith Lynn, 74, 438 

Agron, Edythe Rose, 525 

Agullo, Francisco J., 212 

Agwuna, Emmanuel N., 404 

Ahl, Deborah Jo, 509 

Ahlberg, James Edwin, 467 

Ahlstrom, James Douglas, 74 

Ahrens, Paul Roger, 574 

Aikman, Mary Jane, 247, 268, 523 

Aimone, Virginia, 74 

Airola, John Allen, 390 

Akin, David Edwin, 210, 211, 213, 407 

453 
Akin, John Arthur, 475 
Aklinski, Dennis Chester, 486 
Alban, Bennett Michael, 237, 240, 270 
Albano, Daniel Vincent, 285, 559 ' 
Albers, Brian Elmer, 488 
Albertine, John Martin, 559 
Alberts, Jo Elaine, 410 
Alberts, Michael John, 461 
Albrecht, Kathleen Marie, 536 
Albrecht, Kenneth W., 404 
Albrecht, Philip Warren, 407 
Albright, William G., 381 
Alcorn, Diana Lynn, 532 
Alderdice, Donna Dale, 413 
Aldrich, Robert Arthur, 503 
Alex, Gary Everett, 74, 365, 556 
Alexander, Beth, 446 
Alexander, Arlie Allen, 568 
Alexander, David Eugene, 287 
Alexander, David Francis, 380 
Alexander, Dennis M., 555 
Alexander, Harold Wayne, 574 
Alexander, Kathryn Ann, 538 
Alexander, Robert John, 586 
Alexander, William A., 450 
Alison, Ida Kathleen, 378, 379, 535 
Al-Kishtaini, Sabah F., 379 
Allaman, Gail Lee, 453 
Allaman, Roger Blaine, 74, 194, 365, 453 
Allard, Michael Duane, 390, 493 
Allen, Barbara Lee, 285, 522 
Allen, Bruce Arthur, 342 
Allen, Charles Humphrey, 74, 259, 354 

375, 390, 503 
Allen, Chip, 197 
Allen, David Lee, 483 
Allen, Jary Aline, 565 
Allen, Joseph Dulles, 237, 238, 240 
Allen, Julia Houser, 536 
Allen, Larry James, 273, 546 
Allen, Larry Leroy, 74, 287, 356, 470 
Allen, Lee, 535 
Allen, Maria Lee, 535 
Allen, Nancy Jean, 535 
Allen, Nancy K., 540 
Allen, Neil Keith, 364 
Allen, Rebecca Ann, 404 
Allen, Richard Clark, 461 
Allen, Richard George, 577 
Allen, Sue Katherine, 247, 394, 447 
Allen, Thomas Gregory, 458 
Allen, Thomas Leslie, 384 
Allen, William Marshall, 341 
Allen, William Robert, 503 
Alles, Patricia Louise, 531 
Allie, Glen Leonard, 341 
Allison, Herman Dean, 407, 570 
Allison, Larry (Rev.), 380 
Allison, Sara Ann, 519 
Allison, Scott Keith, 475 
Allison, Toni Jean, 417, 528 
Allison, Turee Lee, 397 
Almassy, Imre George, 480 
Almon, John Sterling, 259, 261 , 401 , 485 
Almon, Richard Reiling, 74 
Almy, David Baird, 75, 389 
Alonas, Paul George, 417 
Alpert, Daniel (Dean), 180 
Alpert, Sidney Alan, 504 
Alpert, Susan Irene, 520 
Alsberg, Peter Allyn, 75, 502 
Alsberg, Terry Wayne, 230, 502 
Alsip, Darlene Kay, 511 
Alshabibi, Muhsin M. A., 379 
Alster, Louis Gregory, 287, 586 
Alster, Susan Frances, 75, 264, 265, 442 



Alter, Sharon Zaye, 75 
Althaus, David George, 278, 572 
Altman, Paul Stephen, 75, 241, 583 
Altschul, Sharon P., 567 
Alvey, David Trent, 283, 410, 559 
Amaldenhaver, Cheryle, 363 
Ambrose, Connie Lorraine, 75, 437 
Ambrosino, Alyce R., 569 
Ambrosius, Lloyd Eugene, 196 
Ament, Mrs. Esther, 500 
Amerein, Stephen R., 548 
Amerlan, Carl John, Jr., 75, 285 
Amerlan, Howard Allan, 75, 285 
Ames, Lydia Elizabeth, 514 
Ames, Rowena Louise, 529 
Amft, Barbara Karen, 75, 569 
Amft, Kathryn Nancy, 565 
Amideo, William Fred, 578 
Amlin, Priscilla Jane, 525 
Amos, Linda Lee, 523 
Amram, Robert Michael, 456 
Amsterdam, Roberta Susan, 539 
Amstutz, Sharon Kay, 220 
Amt, Donald Fred, 552 
Anable, Paul Robert, 220, 397, 399 
Anapol, Fred Charles, 482 
Anargyros, Georgia Ann, 75, 388, 565 
Andalman, David Aaron, 390, 579 
Andersack, Rita Martha, 512 
Andersen, Edward Paul, 564 
Andersen, Judith Ann, 360, 404 
Andersen, Robert James, 467 
Anderson, Annette Vicki, 449 
Anderson, Barbara Gail, 363, 517 
Anderson, Beverly Sue, 531 
Anderson, Carl John, 396, 456 
Anderson, Carol E., 266, 268 
Anderson, Cheryl Ann, 540 
Anderson, Cheryl Louise, 533 
Anderson, Clayton Mark, 465 
Anderson, Clyde R., 354 
Anderson, Cynthia Jane, 417, 565 
Anderson, Darryl Dean, 345, 500 
Anderson, David Ronald, 586 
Anderson, David William, 469 
Anderson, Don Leroy, 353 
Anderson, Douglas Arthur, 575 
Anderson, Duane Lee, 75 
Anderson, Eileen Leslie, 543 
Anderson, Ellen Lynn, 448 
Anderson, Eric Carl, 386 
Anderson, Eric Rune, 555 
Anderson, Ernest W., 377 
Anderson, Goegr Paul, 356, 550 
Anderson, Glen Richard, 285 
Anderson, Glenda May, 442 
Anderson, Harold Sanford, 75, 276, 470 
Anderson, Helen Maureen, 388 
Anderson, Herbert J., Jr., 280 
Anderson, James A., 396 
Anderson James J., 75, 571 
Anderson, James Wilson, 230, 461 
Anderson, Jean Martin, 360, 442 
Anderson, John C, Jr., 276 
Anderson, John Long, 197 
Anderson, Jon Hall, 555 
Anderson, Jon Walden, 469 
Anderson, Julie Alice, 518 
Anderson, Kai Grant E., 341, 499 
Anderson, Karen Marie, 230, 438 
Anderson, Kathryn Joan, 535 
Anderson, Keith Richard, 75, 457 
Anderson, Kenneth Allan, 75, 366 
Anderson, Kenneth Wayne, 407 
Anderson, Kimberly Kay, 366, 448 
Anderson, Lynette Gaye, 391, 447 
Anderson, Margaret V., 431 
Anderson, Margo Suzanne, 405, 525 
Anderson, Mary Jill, 75 
Anderson, Mary Louise, 569 
Anderson, Michael Jon, 404, 568 
Anderson, Nancy Sue, 448 
Anderson, Richard G., 197, 461 
Anderson, Richard J., 196, 229, 502 
Anderson, Richard N., 345 
Anderson, Robert James, 75 
Anderson, Robert William, 386 
Anderson, Steven John, 450 
Anderson, Terry Cahill, 573 
Anderson Thomas Lee, 287 
Anderson, Vicki, 239 
Andleman, David, 482 
Andras, William Steven, 575 
Andre, Kenneth William, 407, 485 
Andreasen, Duane Leon, 75, 564 
Andreen, Jerry Steven, 75, 269, 270, 362 
Andres, Russell Allen, Jr., 489 
Andres, Sandra Jean, 543 
Andrew, Mary Ellen, 196, 441 
Andrews, Alan Douglas, 225, 545 
Andrews, Dean, 273 
Andrews, Herrold Dean, 407, 548 
Andrews, Margaret, 352, 447 
Andrews, Margaret Jean, 75, 211, 388 
Andrews, Mrs. Thelma, 459 
Andris, Ronald George, 75 
Angel, Gladys, 535 
Angel, Roger Kenneth, 75, 262, 381, 



416, 450 
Angell, Carl Henry, 552 
Angell, Susan Fisher, 565 
Angoli, Louis Edmund, 285 
Angone, Adrienne Lynn, 286, 511 
Angus, Donald McClean, 75, 194, 210, 

218, 228, 259, 464 
Angus, Kenneth Edwin, 475 
Aniballi, Douglas Frank, 384, 460 
Annis, Mary Jo, 569 
Anniss, Janice Kaye, 267, 529 
Ansbergs, Janis Alnis, 574 
Anselmo, Frank Michael, 480 
Antas, Edmund Joseph, 352 
Anticol, Annabelle Ruth, 366, 520 
Antolak, Kenneth Stuart, 552 
Antonovych, Boris Roman, 421 
Antosik, Stanley J., 197 
Apfel, Marilyn Helen, 75, 443 
Apfelroth, Esther Riva, 536 
Apken, Barbara Ann, 509 
Appelman, Carol Ellen, 565 
Aprati, Frederick P., Jr., 75, 201 344 

420, 492 
April, Jay Irwin 
Apsey, Stephen H., 485 
Arbeiter, Judith McBride, 435 
Arbenz, Mary H., 221, 399 
Arbetman, Carla Joan, 520 
Arbit, Wendy Beryl, 220, 363 
Archambault, Mary Anne, 518 
Archer, Pamela Kathryn, 75, 264, 265 

426 
Archer, Robert Richard, 572 
Archery, Joseph M. E. T., 76, 352 
Ardell, Milford Ames, 373, 498 
Ardell, Robert Steven, 498 
Arendt, James William 
Arendt, Janice Marie, 535 
Arganbright, Mary Jane, 76, 241. 388 

408, 429 
Arkwright, Marjorie S., 208 
Arlen, Kathryn Grace, 283 
Armantrout, Maria Sue, 542 
Armes, William David, 381 
Armour, Keith Scott, 579 
Armstrong, Charles F., 473 
Armstrong, David L., 423 
Armstrong, Harlow Scott, 552 
Arndt, Lynn Dianne, 257, 441 
Arndt, Robert John, 386 
Arnett, Edward Francis, 582 
Arnett, James Ralph, 491 
Arney, Kathleen June 523 
Arney, Kenneth Wayne, 280, 573 
Arnold, David Burton, 355 
Arnold, Jeffrey Alan, 76 
Arnold, Kenneth Frank, 76, 364 
Arnold, Lester Eugene, 392, 422 
Arnold, Terry Gene, 458 
Aron, Barbara Jean, 540 
Aron, Richard Frederick, 273, 560 
Aronin, Marc Jan, 257, 269, 585, 589 
Aronoff, Richard, 454 
Aronson, Jaycee Wilma, 266, 521 
Aronson, Marsha Jay, 363, 520 
Arquilla, Alfred Frank, 494 
Arras, Roger Eugene, 76, 355 
Arrichiello, Felecia, 440 
Artstein, Joan Marsha, 510 
Arvedson, Mrs. F. S., 374 
Arvedson, Father F. S., 374 
Asano, Hiromi, 540 
Asaturians, Armen, 576 
Asch, Albert John, 285 
Aschbacher, David F., 460 
Ascher, Barry Harvey, 411, 549 
Aschman, Michael Peters, 575 
Ash, Cynthia Sue, 220, 443 
Ash, Lyn Gale, 278, 378, 453 
Ash, Robert Paul, 287, 408 
Ash, Thomas Michael, 390 
Ashbaugh, John David, 548 
Ashbrook, Deborah Louise, 286, 523 
Ashby, Douglas Earl, 575 
Asher, Gary Lee, 353 
Ashmore, Jamile Abraham, 345 
Ashtray, Samuel J., 212 
Aspengren, Mary Lou, 535 
Ate, Judy Lee, 410 
Atkins, Daniel Ewell, 374 
Atkins, David Buford, Jr., 471, 586 
Atkins, Merle Eugene, 465 
Atlas, Jane Ellen, 268 
Atlas, Ronald Jay, 261, 482 
Atutis, Victor Alexander, 76, 404 
Atwood, John William, 374 
Au, Patrick S. K, 572 
Audy, Joseph Thomas, 382, 411, 481 
Auer, Victoria Dean, 311, 312, 410 
Aufrecht, Ronald James, 197, 344, 420, 

490 
Augoustatos, Spiro, 353 
Augustin, Adrian Robert, 485 
Auler, Robert Isham, 196 
Ault, James Leonard, 545 
Auslender, Elyse B., 512 
Austin, Steve Earl, 560 

^89 



Austin, William Winter, 228, 464 
Autry, Owen Theodore, 287, 401, 585 
Auvinen, Mary Ann, 45, 443 
Avery, Kathleen Carol, 528 
Auoboda, Marie E., 403 
Awe, Carl Frederick, 356, 584 
Awe, Susan Ann, 32, 76, 264, 443 
Axelrad, Michael Philip, 487 
Axelson, Betty Maureen, 405, 525 
Ayanoglou, Grace, 287 
Aylesworth, William R., 459 



B 



Baptist Student Center, 546 
Baptist Student Foundation, 372 
Baptist Student Union, 372 
Barton House, 511 
Beta Alpha Psi, 373 
Beta Gamma Sigma, 373 
Beta House, 512 
Beta Theta Pi, 461 
Beta Sigma Psi 460 
Birch House (Hall), 512 
Board of Trustees, 160, 161 
Brandalier, 546 
Bronze Tablet, 197 
Busey Hall, 513, 514 



Baackesjohn Williamson, 246, 469 
Babb, Malcolm Charles, 76, 570 
Babcock, Beth Ann, 517 
Babcock, Bruce Arthur, 516, 578 
Babich, Frank Walter, 582 
Babka, Jane Ellen, 531 
Babka, Michael Edward, 467 
Bach, Eric Lawrence, 477 
Bachenheimer, Steven L., 560 
Bachman, Brian Richard, 474 
Bachman, George T., 583 
Bachman, Robert Jay, 197, 345, 420, 

459 
Bachorz, Joel Jon, 474 
Bachrach, Sally, 218, 442 
Bachta, Richard Lewis, 473 
Backe, Lee Duban, 499 
Backman, Robert, 204 
Badal, Robert Samuel, 464 
Bade, John Mark, 502 
Badger Parker H., 354 
Badner, Henry Lewis, 476 
Baer, David Michael, 573 
Baer, Mary Margaret, 565 
Bahmanyar, Reza, 375 
Bahr, Randolph Charles, 579 
Bahrmasel, Steven Jay, 498 
Bailen, Frank Goldman, 76, 504 
Bailey, Claudia Lynn, 524 
Bailey, James Lloyd, 493 
Bailey, Janet Louise, 433 
Bailey, Leonard Robert, 353 
Bailey, Roy Allen, 76 
Baillargeon, Doreen C, 282 
Bailleu, Cheryl Adair, 279, 399 
Baillie, Jean Ann, 405 
Baily, Thomas H., 362 
Bain, Joseph Henry, 259, 457 
Bainter, Robert Lyle, 573 
Baird, James Clark, 390, 576 
Baird, Michael Dane, 585 
Bais, Daljit Singh, 354 
Bajt, Ronald Michael, 76, 354, 411, 555 
Bakeman, Albe Brian, 586 
Baker, Barbara Ellen, 265, 418, 433 
Baker, Bernie Bill, 76 
Baker, Beverly Jean, 283, 524 
Baker, Bruce Jay, 76, 585 
Baker, Carol Annmarie, 569 
Baker, Clyde Julian, 76, 585 
Baker, David Spencer, 551 
Baker, Donald Andrew, 571 
Baker, Donald Francis, 555 
Baker, Edward Kirk, 282, 580 
Baker, Edwin Chester, 76, 282 
Baker, Eileen Jere, 76 
Baker, George William, 76 
Baker, Jack S., 386 
Baker, James William, 488 
Baker, Joyce Ann, 532 
Baker, Judy Lynn, 76 
Baker, Kenneth Howard, 383 
Baker, Lawrence L., Jr., 545 
Baker, Linda Jean, 525 
Baker, Lou, 341 
Baker, Marilynn Lee, 538 
Baker, Martin Gregory, 494 
Baker, Michelle Harriet, 511 
Baker, Mildred Ann, 523 
Baker, Phillip Eugene, 582 
Baker, Richard Alan, 246, 456 
Baker, Robert Carnes, 76 
Baker, Sara Lynn, 39, 196, 234, 266, 

274, 275, 279, 399, 519 
Bakker, Jack Joseph, 248, 486 
Baldwin, Benjamin Craig, 362 
Baldwin, Eldon Dean, 355 
Baldwin, Elizabeth Ann, 416 
Bale, Linda Lee, 388, 514 
Baleiko, Marc O., 416 
Balgley, Jane Margaret, 426 
Balis, Emmert John, 353 
Baliva, Janet Marie, 76, 352, 443 
Balk, Melvin Walker, 404 
Balke, Gary Lee, 580 
Balkey, William Claude, 581 
Ball, Charlene Roberta, 76, 426 
Ball, Richard Dennis, 489 
Ball, Roberta Louise, 230, 431 



Ball, Wanda Lynn, 267, 509 

Ballance, Elizabeth Jane, 287, 540 

Ballantyne, William B., 456 

Ballard, John Richard, Jr., 474 

Ballew, Barbara Kay, 525 

Balliett, Jane Lois, 252, 438 

Ballou, John David, 76, 489 

Balma, Thomas Wayne, 286, 560 

Balmat, Barry Rex, 354 

Baloun, David James, 571 

Baloun, Michael Joseph, 76, 354, 382 
503 

Balton, Roberta Donna, 544 

Baluch, Ulana, 76, 421, 517 

Bamond, Kerry John, 383 

Bandy, Sherry Kay, 518 

Bangtson, David Paul, 287 

Banholzer, Richard T., 286, 573 

Banion, Ronald Lawrence, 490 

Bankier, Jack David, 490 

Banko, Robert Alan, 457 

Banks, Carolyn Ruthetta, 268, 380, 510 

Banks, Don Charles, 375 

Banks, Sheilah Patricia, 543 

Bankson, Carol Ann, 275, 389, 519 

Banner, Delmar Keith, 285, 355, 408, 
453 

Bannister, Stephen C, 578 

Banta, Cheryl Janice, 423, 529 

Bao, Lily Ye, 514 

Barab, Stuart, 589 

Barbakoff, Lee Richard, 497 

Barber, Gail Sue, 405, 536 

Barber, Kathryn D., 535 

Barbour, Mark Quentin, 412, 549 

Barbre, Larry Franklin, 77, 241, 356, 
365, 553 

Barch, Caren Diane, 565 

Barclay, Carole Roselle, 77, 279, 448 

Barclay, Sara-Rene, 509 

Barenf anger, Joan, 230, 445 

Barfuss, Joseph Oren, 286, 488 

Barghout, Mitri Salim, 354 

Bargiel, Jo Ann, 426 

Bariff, Martin Louis, 77, 362, 373. 376. 
482 

Baringer, Robert Wesley, 77 

Barkan, Fredi Ann, 214, 436 

Barkan, Myra Beth, 565 

Barker, John Lennard, 452 

Barkley, James Croxton, 488 

Barkley, Nancy Ann, 393 

Barksdale, Janet Sue, 285 

Barkstrom, Bruce Richard, 77, 282 

Barnard, Alan Roy, 554 

Barnard, Edith Elen, 287, 528 

Barnas, Ann Louise, 32, 360, 367, 426 

Barnass, Janet Barbara, 521 

Barnes, Barbara Anne, 268 

Barnes, Carole Lynn, 431 

Barnes, Evanna Rose, 284 

Barnes, Gary Robert, 77, 194, 492 

Barnes, James Olver, 77 

Barnes, Joyce Ann, 522 

Barnes, Marianne Neal, 77 

Barnes, Thomas Raymond, 492 

Barnett, Bonnie Mara, 282, 539 

Barnett, Carol A., 531 

Barnett, Colette Ethel, 567 

Barnett, Jane, 77, 446 

Barney, Alan Fredrick, 483 

Barney, Michael Charles, 483 

Barnhill, Mrs. Mary, 492 

Barnickel, Jon Albert, 77, 380, 551 

Barnum, Robert T., Jr., 468 

Barocca Richard C, 386 

Baron, James Frank, Jr., 589 

Baron, Lawrence, 454 

Baron, Michael Allen, 504 

Baron, Roberta Sue, 428 

Barr, Andrew McBeath, 589 

Barrett, Carol Ann, 531 

Barrett, John Edward, 362 

Barrick, William Howard, 468, 579 

Barron, William Stanley, 481 

Barrow, Colleen Marie, 523 

Barry, Eugene Kevin, 469 

Barry, Patricia Mare, 77, 410, 540 

Bart, Joseph James, 574 

Bartelt, Nora Michaela, 404, 567 

Bartenstein, Evelyn, 283, 525 

Barth, Carol Rosanne, 485, 510 

Barth, Geraldine Ann, 388 

Barth, Jeri Sue, 447 

Barth, Margaret Dorothy, 403 

Bartlett, Harold William, 393 

Bartlett, Judy Eileen, 511 

Bartlett, Terri Dale, 267 

Bartoli, Mary Virginia, 426 

Bartolotti, Libero John, 548 

Barton, David Robert, 285, 407 

Barton, Henry Ruwe, Jr., 77 

Barton, Richard William, 238, 450 

Bartow, Elaine Marie, 247 

Bartow, June Rochelle, 288, 569 

Bartz, Dianne Marie, 77 

Bartz, Edward August, 484 

Baruck, John Elliot, 482 

Barzilai, Elias, 545 

Bash, Wayne Robert, 575 

Basha, Leroy Conrad, 358, 359 

Basine, James Mack, 259, 483 

Bass, George Warren, 286, 570 

Bastian, Nancy Jean, 515 

Batchelder, Robert Baker, 197, 304, 341 , 

420, 459 
Bateman, Raymond Clayton, 341, 410 
Bates, David Lee, 77, 555 
Bates, Gregory Stewart, 287 
Bates, James Andrew, 404 
Bates, Peter Allynn, 345, 420, 459 



Bates, Timothy Mason, 492 
Bath, Kenneth Lincoln, 364 
Batista, Claudia Elaine, 429 
Batman, 430 

Battaglia, Ruth Grace, 77, 195, 352, 541 
Batten, Richard Daniel, 483 
Battiste, Cynthia Elaine, 540 
Battuello, Paul Joseph, 505 
Baucom, Michael Ray, 460 
Baudino, Rebecca Lynn, 517 
Bauer, Dixie Lee, 510 
Bauer, Gerald Reiner, 77, 355 
Bauer, Gertrude E., 77, 360, 431 
Bauer, Kay Margaret, 433 
Bauer, Robert Charles, 469 
Bauer, Ronald Dale, 345 
Bauer, Thomas Joseph, 343 
Baugh, Charles Richmond, 196 
Baugh, Gail Irene, 510 
Bauhs, William B., 197 
Bauling, Douglas B., 361 
Baum, Aris Ruth, 436 
Bauman, David John, 419 
Bauman, David Michael, 273 
Bauman, Henry Louis, Jr., 415, 577 
Bauman, James Wendell, 238 
Baumann, John Leonard, 409, 479 
Baumgardner, Robert Lee, 495 
Baumgarten, Douglas Earl, 362 
Baumgartner, Gordon, 270 
Baumgartner, Kenneth, 453 
Baumgartner, Nelson B., 77, 356, 383, 

553 
Baumgartner, Richard A., 586 
Baumgartner, Rodney G., 564 
Baumgartner, William Ken, 77 
Bauser, Lynn, 263 
Bavor, Herbert John, Jr., 475 
Bawden, Carole Susan, 268, 433 
Baxendale, Richard N., 570 
Baxter, Byron Lee, 77, 354, 375, 564 
Baxter, Harry Long, 576 
Baxter, Lawrence Wiley, 215, 230, 272, 

273, 418, 553 
Baxter, Timothy Von, 550 
Bayazit, Yasar Nabi, 414 
Bayer, Edward Anthony, Jr., 491 
Bayer, Lyn Francis, 384 
Baylor, Ronald Lee, 154 
Bayly, Deborah Elaine, 511 
Baymiller, Bette, 410, 448 
Baymiller, James Bowton, 260, 468 
Baynas, Christopher H., 273 
Bayne, James W., 409 
Bazhiser, Donna, 355 
Beabout, Beverly M., 208 
Beabout, Robert Glen, 77 
Beach, Edward James, 564 
Beale, Thomas Lewis, 276 
Beall, Charles Wayne, 450 
Beall, Lawrence Arthur, 77, 355 
Bealmer, Terril B., 407 
Bean, Janet Louise, 567 
Bean, Kaye Maxine, 540 
Bear, Barbara Linn, 536 
Bear, Janice Carol, 77, 194, 265, 440 
Bearden, John Edward, 465 
Beardsley, Douglas Craig, 392, 422 
Beattie, Clayton D., Jr., 420 
Beatty, Carolyn S., 197 
Beatty, Robert Charles, 566 
Beaty, Carl Thomas, 547 
Beaty, James Arthur, 547 
Beaty, Larry David, 77, 367, 383, 553 
Beaty, Paul Richard, 345 
Beaty, Richard Duane, 287 
Beaupre, Lawrence K., 194, 205, 250 
Beazley, John Kenneth, 197, 229, 500 
Bechtel, David Samuel, 30, 259, 356, 

365, 453 
Beck, Gerald Paul, Jr., 461 
Beck, Jacqueline Ruth, 267, 535 
Beck, Ralph Spencer, 578 
Beck, Robert Victor, 588 
Beck, Sandra Joyce, 441 
Beckemeyer, Jeanne Marie, 569 
Becker, Arthur Michael, 459 
Becker, Carol Ann, 283, 509 
Becker, David L., 342 
Becker, Dwight Lee, 404 
Becker, Ina Janet, 444 
Becker, Joan Paulette, 510 
Becker, Judith Ann, 433 
Becker, Katherine V., 32, 279, 431 
Becker, Lee Avrum, 497 
Becker, Michael David, 238, 504 
Becker, Nancy Ellen, 520 
Becker, Robert Cantley, 580 
Becker, Terry Lee, 585 
Becker, Virginia Jeanne, 522 
Beckerman, Joan Beth, 268, 436 
Beckett, Grace, 284 
Beckley, Harlan Ray, 78 
Beckman, Judith Lee, 405 
Beckmann, Larry Herbert, 548 
Beckmeyer, Barbara, 282, 530 
Bednar, Rchard Olin, 257, 416, 484 
Bednar, Robert Richard, 78, 458 
Bednarczyk, Donald Jon, 570 
Bednarik, Edward Raymond, 579 
Beecher, John William, 399 
Beekman, Sarah Helen, 445 
Beeman, Robert Herbert, 555 
Beeson, John Richard, 491 
Begando, Devillo Jobayne, 514 
Beger, Jerrold Richard 78, 456 
Beggs, Drexellen, 372, 525 
Begun, Peggy Joy, 543 
Behles, Thomas Michael, 78, 386 
Behm, Diane Meredith, 535 
Behnke, Harold W., Jr., 475 



590 



Behounek, Edward Frank, 78, 354, 409 

414, 416, 419 
Behrends, Wallace Ray, 355, 548 
Behrens, Gregory R., 554 
Behrens, James William, 547 
Behringer, Clara M., 221, 399 
Behrstock, Bruce Alan, 490 
Behumdt, Walter, 384 
Beicher, Sue Anne, 277, 426 
Beilke, Kenneth Edward, 560 
Beiriger, Susan C, 530 
Beitz, Richard Wayne, 364, 385, 396 
Bergmeyer, Maureen, 197 
Belanger, David George, 484 
Belcher, Lawrence, Jr., 78 
Belden, Mark Edwin, 485 
Belden Sandra Sue, 444 
Belevisov, Eve, 539 
Belinoff , Robert Jay, 200, 253, 490 
Belkin, Gary Gene, 78 
Bell, Alan Robert, 78 
Bell, Craig Peter, 333 
Bell, Ivan Don, 78 
Bell, Jacqueline Roberta, 529 
Bell, James Joseph, 353, 568 
Bell, Larry Edward, 78, 461 
Bell, Patti Lynn, 436 
Bell, Randall Lee, 283, 571 
Bell, Rita M., 197 
Bell, Sally Ann, 277 
Bell, Samuel Kenneth, 570 
Bell, Sari Ellen, 78, 540 
Bellairs, Jerald Michael, 552 
Bellmoff, Steven, 578 
Bellot, John Ronald, 466 
Belpulsi, Alonda, 287, 523 
Belsley, Diana Lee, 536 
Belssner, Louise A., 212, 216, 440 
Belton, Thomas Russell, 470 
Bemis, Gerald Henderson, 78 
Benard, David James, 407 
Benard, Michael Dean, 282 
Bend, Karen Ann, 78,219, 373, 376, 431 
Benda, Paul David, 78, 491 
Bendas, Michael Allen, 415, 573 
Bender, Lynn Curtis, 587 
Bender, Maurice F., 498 
Bender, Michael Herbert, 490 
Bender, Richard R., Jr., 544 
Bender, Richard William, 479 
Bender, Robert Michael, 404 
Bendull, Ernest Albert, 78, 354, 375, 416 
Benec, Mary Ellen, 510 
Benedick, Linda Jean, 538 
Benedict, James Robert, 492 
Bengtson, Ruth Ann, 78, 352 
Benhur, Yeshayahu, 154 
Benjamin, William M., 564 
Benn, Marvin Norris, 78, 454 
Benner, Georgiana, 403 
Bennett, Betty Lois, 277, 512 
Bennett, David Irwin, 498 
Bennett, Deborah Anne, 525 
Bennett, Gale Hugh, 389 
Bennett, John Lawrence, 78 
Bennett, Neil Jay, 78, 381, 414, 560 
Bennish, John Carl, 362, 568 
Benoit, Judith Ann, 435 
Benoy, David Anthony, 78 
Benson, Allan Sigvard, 564 
Benson, Barbara Jean, 536 
Benson, Barry Daniel, 230, 286, 376, 

564 
Benson, Frank Tipton, Jr., 359, 494 
Benson, Gordon John, 409 
Benson, Jerry Lee, 359, 584 
Benson, Paul Wayne, 355, 356, 365 
Benson, Richard Arthur, 355 
Benson, Robert Charles, 460 
Bentley, Linda Ann, 510 
Bentley, Orville, 172 
Benware, Marylea M., 442 
Benyoussef, Mohamed, 78 
Bequette, Terryl Lee 586 
Berchem, Douglas Lee, 362 
Bereiter, David Allen, 545 
Berg, Beth Marie, 278, 287, 519 
Berg, Bruce Howard, 574 
Berg, David Keith, 78, 259, 262, 356, 

365, 453 
Berg, Donna May, 542 
Berg, Earl Harold, Jr., 473 
Berg, Melinda Westbrook, 427 
Berg, Richard Laverne, 576 
Berg, Thor Frederick, 78, 577 
Berger, Chari Regina, 213, 439 
Berger, Eugene, 78, 545 
Berger, Fred Keith, 407, 560, 584 
Berger, Jack Harold, 498 
Berger, Joel Robert, 476 
Berger, Michael David, 550 
Berger, Robert, 490 
Berger, Sandra Lee, 230, 394, 446 
Berger, Stephen Lloyd, 476 
Bergfeld, Vicky Lynn, 79, 531 
Berglund, Linda Lou, 79, 437 
Bergmann, Ronald William, 452 
Bergner, Herman Fredrick, 564 
Bergner, Steven Edward, 549 
Bergson, Madeleine, 79, 264, 428 
Bergstrom, Eric Baird, 477 
Bergstrom, Pamela Jean, 352, 524 
Bergstrom, Robin Phillip, 479 
Beringer, Jeanette M., 394, 536 
Berk, Myra Ellen, 410, 439 
Berk, Richard Allen, 79, 566 
Berke, Jerry Howard, 487 
Berke, William Bennett, 79 
Berkenstadt, Joy Susan, 279, 439 
Berkman, Laurel Ann, 520 
Bcrkover, Robert Lewis, 260, 454 



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Berkovitz, Elliot M., 504 

Berkun, Earl Edwin, 79 

Berlin, Barbara Sharon, 363, 567 

Berlin, Bonnie Susan, 510 

Berline, Prudence Beth, 274, 279, 534, 

535 
Berlow, Susan Jill, 567 
Berman, David Michael, 552 
Bcrman, Howard James, 497 
Berman, Irwin Allen, 79, 257, 416 
Berman, Joann, 520 
Berman, Michael Harvey, 490 
Berman, Roslyn Lee, 79 
Berman, Steven Phillip, 487 
Bernard, Joyce Lynne, 524 
Bernard, Michael D., 408 
Bernard, Richard Joseph, 392, 502 
Bernardini, Charles R., 491 
Bernardo, John, 467 
Berner, Louis A., Ill, 499 
Bernhardy, Gary David, 79, 411 
Berns, Frederic James, 406 
Berns, John Leo, 194, 196, 199, 

237, 238, 240, 558 
Berns, Sherri Lynn, 520 
Bernstein, Bonnie Avis, 387 
Bernstein, Eugene Howard, 288, 289, 

504 
Bernstein, Jerry Michael, 407, 490 
Bernstein, Joan Ellen, 516 
Bernstein, Raymond, 235, 497 
Bernstein, Steven James, 476 
Berroyer, James Leroy, 356 
Berry, Allen Carl, 365 
Berry, Janette Marie, 569 
Berryman, John Myron, 578 
Berry, Marcia Ann, 511 
Berry, Melvin Thomas, Jr., 79 
Berry, Michael James, 379 
Berry, Susan, 540 
Berry, Susan Jean, 405, 429 
Berry, Thomas Peter, 492 
Berryman, Charles Oscar, 79 
Berryman, John M., 280 
Bers, Alan Barnett, 482 
Bersell, Maureen Dorothy, 429 
Bersell, Renee, 288 
Berta, Bernard M., Jr., 409, 572 
Berthold, James Royce, 407 
Berthold, Robert Paul, 549 
Berthold, Thomas Robert, 582 
Bertschi, Larry, 382 
Berzinski, Richard, 255 
Bespalko, Lydia, 513 
Bess, Barbara Joan, 528 
Bess, Ronald Warren, 302, 341, 459 
Bess, Terri Sue, 528 
Bessinger, Barbara Ann, 444 



Best, Linda Kay, 282, 399, 533 

Bethard, David Earl, 354, 588 

Betka, Sue Ellen, 518 

Betterman, Bonnie Val, 435 

Bettis, Kenneth Ray, 355, 356, 453 

Bettisch, Alan George, 390 

Betzelberger, Robert L., 389, 453 

Beuk, Elsa Katharine, 286 

Beutler, Carl Emil, 415 

Beutler, Veronica Gail, 431 

Bevans, Kathleen Gay, 196, 419, 509 

Beveridge, Thomas A., 384 

Bewersdorf, Robert C, 579 

Beyer, Barbara Anita, 542 

Beyer, Gerald D., Jr., 577 

Beyer, Marian Louise, 529 

Beyers, Richard Duane, 353, 559 

Beyers, Robert Joseph, 273, 359 

Beynon, Rozamund, L. G., 283 

Bezman, Robert Bruce, 410, 566 

Bial, John Joseph, 473 

Bial, Jon Servi, 79, 494 

Biallas, George H., 409 

Biallas, Randall Jay, 552 

Bialo, Robert Anthony, 79 

Biancalana, Frank John, 79, 585 

Biancalana, Martin John, 472 

Bibb, Linda Kay, 285, 523 

Biberstine, Richard C, 395 

Bible, Barbara Ellen, 388, 510 

Bibly, Mildred Ann, 363 

Bicket, Janet Diane, 540 

Biddle, Richard Eugene, 586 

Biderman, George Robert, 212,214, 450 

Bidwil, James Edward, 252, 502 

Biedron, Theodore John, 489 

Bielat, Harold Michael, 362 

Bielski, Michael Elkan, 286, 566 

Bienias, Ronald Marion, 392 

Bieritz, John Herman, 584 

Bigel, William Michael, 79 

Biggins, Lawrence, 392 

Bigner, Lorelei Jeanne, 405, 517 

Bild, Ronald Peter, 473 

Billeter, Broderick A., 384 

Billings, Alan Gailey, 221 

Billings, Janice Marian, 429 

Billington, Thomas R., 545 

Bilow, Suellen, 79, 542 

Biltgen, Renard Leon, 450 

Bilyeu, Alan Dale, 286 

Bilyeu, Don Wallace, 383, 389 

Bilyeu, James Alfred, 470 

Bilyeu, Michelle Lee, 519 

Bimba, Mary Kathryn, 431 

Binder, Howard Rubin, 79 

Binder, Mary Margaret, 448 

Binder, Richard Charles, 586 



Bingaman, Carol Jo, 247, 542 
Bingham, Robert Clark, 406 
Binnie, Stanley Wayne, 384 
Biolchini, Bernadette A., 79, 523 
Birchall, Ronald Holmes, 502 
Bird, Richard Leroy, 573 
Birger, Mickey, 490 
Birkenmaier, Sherrill A., 443 
Birla, Suresh Chandra, 355 
Birnbaum, Martin Howard, 257, 380 
Biron, Joyce Arm, 510 
Bischoff, Mark Paul, 260, 491 
Bishop, Danny Head, 484 
Bishop, Donald Clifford, 419, 503 
Bishop, Doyle Weldon, 410 
Bisk, Cheryl Joyce, 387 
Bissell, Barry Scott, 583 
Bissell, Don Edward, 254, 413 
Bissey, Lee Roy, 406, 463 
Bitting, Bruce Kent, 574 
Bittner, Robert John, 469 
Bivens, Kenneth Bradley, 375 
Bixby, Nancy Lee, 442, 529 
Bixler, Robert Eugene, 276, 456 
Bizik, Darlene Carol, 524 
Bjekich, Philip Wayne, 411 
Bjorklund, Beverly Lou, 525 
Bjorn, Toni Anna, 277, 405, 448 
Black, Barbara Jane, 430 
Black, Douglas R., 197 
Black, Linda Anne, 527 
Black, Marcia Susan, 79 
Black, Pamela Leann, 511 
Black, Richard Warren, 582 
Black, Prof. Robert, 209 
Black, William Mitchell, 285 
Blackford, Saly Bliss, 431 
Blackman, Benita, 516 
Blackman, Jeffrey Waller, 380 
Blackman, Phyllis Ann, 79, 391, 520 
Blackmore, Christopher N., 456 
Blackmore, Susan Jane, 375 
Blackwell, Bishop B., 367 
Blackwell, Harold, 342 
Blackwood, Alma Ruth, 538 
Blackwood, Linda Lee, 284, 285 
Bladon, John James, 560 
Blaine, William Maurice, 384 
Blair, Alan Leslie, 457 
Blair, Glenn George, 406 
Blair, John Ellis, 79 
Blair, Lee Garret, 457 
Blair, Lynne Marvis, 268 
Blair, Mary Margaret, 442 
Blair, Michael Oren, 454 
Blake, Harry Cleve, 586 
Blake, Robert L., 355, 546 
Blan, Kennith William, 251 



Blanco, Jim Louis, 566 
Blank, James Robert, 573 
Blasdell, Judy Ellen, 253, 535 
Blase, Frederick George, 568 
Blass, Homer Harrison, 372 
Blatnik, Gregory William, 359, 463 
Blatter, Alfred Wayne, 285 
Blazic, Sally Anne, 529 
Blecha, John F., Jr., 555 
Blecker, James Newell, 493 
Blehm, Barbara Jo, 509 
Bleich, Allan Lynn, 460 
Bleiweiss, Steven Peter, 487 
Blettner, Robert Allen, 380, 576 
Blevins, Jack Louis, 582 
Blidy, Peter Stephen, 79, 494 
Bliss, Mary Katherine, 230, 510 
Blss, Rose Marie Ranney, 79 
Blivice, Sheldon Morse, 79 
Blizzard, David Morrison, 458 
Blizzard, Paula Jane, 537 
Bloch, Eric Marshall, 490 
Bloch, Joy Sandra, 197 
Block, Douglas Robert, 586 
Block, Ellen Renee, 80, 446 
Block, James Howard, 276, 504 
Block, John Robert, 358, 489 
Block, Leslie Jay, 497 
Block, Robert Gray, 493 
Block, John Robert, 358, 489 
Block, Leslie Jay, 497 
Block, Robert Gray, 493 
Block, Ronald Philip, 583 
Blomquist, Ronald Lee, 575 
Blonn, Wayne Thomas, 555 
Blonz, Steven Leslie, 80 
Bloom, Brucene Joyce, 446 
Bloom, Jeffrey Raymond, 552 
Bloomberg, Charles Gay, 356, 389 
Blosat, Bruce Edwin, 381 
Bluhm, Peter Michael, 552 
Blum, Carolyn Irene, 405, 511 
Blum, Sheri Joyce, 536 
Blumberg, Cheryl Lynn, 286 
Blumberg, Jeffrey Dennis, 80, 454 
Blume, Barbara Jean, 405 
Blume, Joyce Alene, 515 
Blumen, Edward Asher, 504 
Blumenthal, Carole Ann, 80, 446 
Blumenthal, Howard Earl, 80, 362 
Blumenthal, Marlene Honi, 80, 395, 439 
Blumenthal, Robert L., 80, 585 
Blumenthal, Susan Lee, 80 
Blust, Larry David, 31, 196, 197 
Blustein, Jacquelyn H., 507 
Blustein, Marvin Irving, 345 
Bly, Donald Arthur, 80, 401 
Boardman, Albert Levi, 353, 597 

591 



Bobbitt, John Leslie, 546 

Bobera, Catherine Anne, 279, 421 

Bobert, Linda Jean, 196 

Bochnert, Krista, 511 

Bochte, Marilyn June, 535 

Bock, C. Allen, 195 

Bock, Mary Ann, 432 

Bocskay, Carol Janis, 432 

Bodiford, Sandra Jean, 409 

Bodle, Thomas Leonard, 390, 586 

Bodoh, James Michael, 474 

Bodzewski, Lucia Jane, 430 

Boehle, Judy Ann, 540 

Boehle, Paul Andrew, 403 

Boehler, Jesse Wayne, 564 

Boehm, Gordon, 548 

Boehm, Pamela Victoria, 443 

Boeing, John Thomas, 398 

Boeke, Lynn Harlan, 488 

Boelk, Linda Marie, 511 

Boerner, James John, 559 

Boettcher, Arabella, 565 

Bogenholm, Bonnie, Eileen, 80, 354, 
388, 433 

Bogner, John Helmut, 414, 478 

Bogren, Richard Carl, 287 

Bohaboy, Allan John, 366 

Bohaboy, Philip Edward, 366, 459 

Bohat, Cherie Arm, 279 

Bohl, Robert W., Prof., 398 

Bohlen, James Winter, 359, 398, 503 

Bohlen, Mary Kathleen, 565 
Bohlen, Thomas Douglas, 575 

Bohlin, Garen Gene, 491 

Boland, Brian Charles, 582 

Bolin, Duane Alan, 80, 462 

Bollinger, Lynn David, 375 

Bolon, Roberta Nancy, 80, 446 

Bolon, Roberta Sue, 512 

Bolsen, Keith Kearney, 80, 546 

Bolte, Carol Ann, 509 

Bolton, Charles Thomas, 80 

Bomke, John Charles, Jr., 582 

Bonan, Frank William, 478 

Bonanno, Ernest John, 583 

Bond, Julia Ann, 537 

Bond, Paul Charles, 451 

Bond, Rodney Sherman, 398, 477 

Bonefeste, Joseph A., 473 

Boner, Jacob William, 458 

Bonzon, Lloyd Louis, 587 

Booker, Sue, 196, 419 

Bookland, Ronald Richard, 575 

Boone, Dalvin Lee, 285 

Boonshaft, Marjorie Joy, 446 

Booras.Georgia Frances, 246, 363, 417, 

435 
Booth, Barbara Jean, 448 
Boothby, Mary Jean, 80, 405, 440 
Boppart, Betty Louise, 527 
Borah, Daniel Vernor, Jr., 500 
Borak, Jack, 455 
Borch, Robert Charles F., 586 
Borchardt, Sara Jane, 565 
Borchers, Jerald William, 460 
Borden, Terry Lee, 407 
Bordes, Nancy Elizabeth, 442 
Bordy, Edward James, 353 
Boren, Stephen Darwin, 584 
Boresi, Jennifer Ann, 438 
Borgeson, Gayle Corinne, 430 
Borgsmiller, William K., 489 
Borhart, Alan Louis, 470 
Boriejeaus, Patrice, 355 
Borige, Kathy, 507 
Boris, Willard Marc, 454 
Borklund, Barbara Karen, 512 
Borkowski, Mary Loretta, 80, 516 
Boding, Betty Jean, 395, 530 
Bormann, Alan Richard, 574 
Borok, Jack Cary, 454 
Borsom, Constance Jean, 514 
Bortman, Susan Arlene, 440 
Borton, Thomas Ernest, 474 
Borzoni, John Trevor, 566 
Bosley, Harry Philip, 504 
Bosma, Arlis Diane, 441 
Boss, Edward Michael, 478 
Bostic, Mrs. G., 430 
Boston, William Raymond, 574 
Bostrom, Janice Ruth, 284 
Bothe, Mary Ann, 442 
Botterbusch, Janice E., 541 
Bottrell, David Wayne, 485 
Bottrell, Ronald Glenn> 361, 461 
Boucek, Robert Joseph, 407 
Boucek, William James 364 
Bouchard, Emerson M., 469 
Bouchard, Thomas Pierce 80 
Boudreau, Charles Arthur, 559 
Boula, James Edward, 472 
Boule, Amy Carol, 416 
Boule, Melvin Victor, 570 
Bouma, Florence Marie, 543 
Bourdeau, Sally Ann, 440 
Bourgoin, John Eugene, 254, 255, 407 
Bourne, Linda Kay, 213, 282, 427 
Bourque, Joseph Edwin, 472 
Bouxsein, Nicole, 80, 431 
Bovilsky, Sheila Faye, 569 
Bowen, Barbara G., 435 
Bowen, Helen Louise, 432 
Bowen, Jo Anne, 287, 536 
Bower, Charles Robert, Jr., 566 
Bower, Gordon Lee, 548 
Bowers, Steven Gene, 401, 572 
Bowie, Douglas Dwain, 80 
Bowles, Robert John, 463 
Bowlin, Howard Bruce, 285 
Bowling, Jeanne Carol, 385 

592 



Bowman, Charleen J. K., 435 
Bowman, Charles Michael, 276, 285, 

407, 456 
Bowman, Marx V., 197 
Bowring, Duane Lyn, 483 
Bowser, Diana Lynn, 196, 214, 419, 434 
Boxdorfer, Deborah Lou, 246, 267, 567 
Boyce, Charles Raymond, 345, 420, 477 
Boyce, Walter Lee, 372, 410 
Boyd, Carol Ann, 426 
Boyd, Harvey Clay 549 
Boyer, Barbara Louise, 515 
Boyer, David Stuart, 490 
Boyer, Gerald Rodney, 376, 464 
Boyer, John Michael, 456 
Boyer, John Parke, Jr., 366 
Boyle, Daniel Patrick, 404 
Boyle, John Joseph, 481 
Boyle, Nancy Ann, 433, 535 
Boyles, Paul Joseph, Jr., 383 
Boynton, Robert W., Jr., 401, 465 
Boys, Norman Eugene, 354 
Boysen, Carol Ainn, 80, 516 
Bozarth, Nita Ruth, 360, 434 
Bozenich, Jerome Michael, 545 
Brabenec, John J., Ill, 80 
Braca, Victor Hyman, 380, 587 
Brachhausen, Eric H., 80, 503 
Bradac, Elaine Helen, 513 
Braddock, James F., 579 
Braden, Susan, Kay, 441 
Bradford, Mrs. Lona, 445 
Bradford, Roc Vaughn, 415 
Bradle, Mary Elizabeth, 366, 429 
Bradle, Roberta Jean, 238 
Bradley, Barbara Josefa, 516 
Bradley, Howard Leslie, 283, 468 
Bradley, Dr. Preston, 159 
Bradley, Raymond Joseph, 81 
Bradley, Richard Dale, 287 
Bradley, Terry Lee, 382, 386, 387, 503 
Bradt, Bertha Glidden, 81, 388, 442 
Brady, Michael Edward, 579 
Brady, Ronald Lloyd, 406 
Brady, Ruth Joyce, 363, 522 
Bragg, Alan Donald, 353, 574 
Bragg, James Robert, 352 
Brainard, Mary Elizabeth, 344, 508 
Brakeman, Walter George, 588 
Bramson, Paul Harlan, 404 
Brand, Kathryn Ann, 363, 518 
Brand, William Justin, 416 
Branda, Michael Robert, 81, 558, 559 
Brandenburg, David E., 362 
Brandenburg, Douglas F., 483 
Brandiner, Thomas C, 574 
Brandley, C. A., 154 
Brandner, Jeanette Ruth, 441 
Brandner, Robert Louis, 353, 580 
Brandon, Denny Lee, 587 
Brandt, Gary Wayne, 154, 404 
Brandt, Stanley Stettz, 501 
Branouhn, Andrea M., 522 
Branham, Mark Louis, 480 
Brania, Geraldine A., 81, 535 
Brannan, Carol Ann, 510 
Brar, Iqeal Singh, 354 
Brass, Daniel Joseph, 581 
Brass, Richard William, 81, 389, 556 
Bratton, David Keith, 577 
Bratton, Nancy Lou, 278 
Bratton, Paul Edward, 355 
Brauer, Donald Eugene, 213, 470 
Braugham, Charles Edward, 408 
Braun, Brian Alan, 490 
Braun, Dennis Lee, 457 
Braun, Howard, assistant football coach, 

341 
Braun, Leslie Allen, 566 
Braun, Richard Alan, 354 
Bravard, Steven Douglas, 81, 477 
Brave, Kathleen Anne, 278, 510 
Brawner, Gary Duane, 570 
Brawner, Kent Alan, 570 
Bray, Walter Edmunds, 492 
Brazdys, Saulius Stanley, 392 
Breakstone, Beverly Eva, 543 
Breckel, Louise Marie, 443 
Breeding, David G., 197 
Breen, Nancy Elen, 213, 441 
Bregar, Raymond Edward, 564 
Brehm, Barry Lee, 581 
Brehm, Donald Lee, 362, 415, 587 
Breidert, Robert Bruce, 195 
Breit, Alison Leigh, 510 
Breit, Daniel Irwin, 410, 584 
Breitbach, Charles T., 545 
Breitbarth, Susan Edith, 512 
Breitmeyer, Bruno G., 403, 407, 585 
Breliant, Susan Jean, 511 
Brelowski, Patricia Anne, 354, 447 
Brems, Lisa Inge, 417 
Breniser, Gunilla Ahlis, 432 
Breniser, Paula Dorene, 536 
Brenna, Cynthia Marya, 438 
Brenneman, Laura Diane, 537 
Brennen, Terry Ernest, 462 
Brent, David James, 197, 237, 259, 261 
Bressette, Judy Jean, 526 
Bressler, Margaret Kay, 510 
Bretscher, Nancy Lorene, 565 
Breuer, Tom Edwin, 273 
Brewbaker, Stanley Lynn, 379 
Brewer, David William, 344, 474 
Brewer, Donald E., 364, 577 
Brewer, Ernest Lester, 81, 259, 465 
Brewer, Karen Mildred, 81, 408, 447 
Brewer, Thomas Edward, 81, 259, 262, 

484 
Brewick, Marilyn June, 287, 413, 518 



Brex, Arline Gerda, 81, 515 
Breyer, Christine Ann, 518 
Breyer, Robert Herman, 498 
Brezinski, David Francis, 81, 495 
Brichta, Lovice Joy, 522 
Brickey, Michael Francis, 284, 286 
Brickman, Judith Paula, 279, 366, 428 
Bridge, James Douglas, 355 
Bridge, Nicholas Winter, 499 
Bridges, Mrs. Helen, 431 
Bridges, Jan M., 342 
Brieske, Leo Martin, 467 
Briggs, Barry Dean, 269 
Briggs, Beverly Ann, 287, 519 
Briggs, Donald Ray, 459 
Briggs, Harvey Robert, 81, 574 
Briggs, Loudon Reed, II, 463 
Briggs, Marilyn Elaine, 230 
Briggs, Robert George, 362, 552 
Bright, Bonita Helene, 81, 565 
Bright, Lois Corinne, 443 
Brightbill, Linwood J., 386 
Brignon, William Russell, 492 
Brill, Joan Beth, 431 
Brill, Marlene Ann, 81, 521 
Brillhart, Kenneth E., 282, 408 
Brin, Gerald Allen, 386 
Brinker, Mary Catherine, 539 
Brinkman, Diane Merry, 81, 445 
Brinkman, Sally Laurie, 81, 516 
Briscoe, Dorothy Ellen, 285 
Briskman, Arnold, 498 
Briskman, Rick Dale, 498 
Brissman, Barry Grant, 410 
Bristol, Susan Anne, 514 
Britton, Barbara Lou, 230, 283 
Broaddus, Rebecca Minor, 523 
Brobst, Charles Raymond, 574 
Brock, Thomas William, 287 
Brockjones, Carolyn Ann, 286 
Brockman, Lois Jean, 535 
Brockmeyer, Terry Olyn, 273, 553 
Brockway, John Aubrey, 284 

Brodsky, Esther Susan, 540 

Brodsky, Jacqueline, 81, 265, 436 

Brodt, Paul Victor, 499 

Brody, Marvin Dennis, 81 

Broida, Ronald Jay, 30, 81, 194, 201, 
259, 490 

Brokaw, Terry C, 541 

Broman, Donald Emery, Jr., 451 

Bromberg, Paul, 404 

Broner, Rena Sharon, 510 

Brookhart, Carol Ann, 283, 507 

Brooks, Allyn Anthony, 383, 462 

Brooks, Billy Carl, 81, 383, 547 

Brooks, Carson Craig, 578 

Brooks, Gary Allan, 257 

Brooks, Kathleen Daisy, 196, 221, 256, 
419, 441 

Brooks, Patty, 537 

Brooks, Richard Eugene, 278 

Brooks, Thomas Edward, 81 

Broom, Etha Jereen, 287, 518 

Broom, Gordon Ralph, 30, 81, 237, 240, 
259, 470 

Broom, Robert Vail, 197, 470 

Broom, Walter Eugene, Jr., 484 

Broom, William Lewis, 485 

Broome, Robert Murphy, 345, 580 

Bropok, Olga, 511 

Broquist, Steven Andre, 81, 199, 367, 
397, 401, 460 

Brossart, David Ernest, 577 

Brostoff, Fred Elihu, 454 

Brothers, Robert Clark, 467 

Brotman, Suzanne, 535 

Broughton, Charles Alden, 573 

Broughton, Cindy Louise, 518 

Brower, Charles Wayne, 364, 544 

Brown, Allan Ince, 283, 550 

Brown, Barry David, 396 

Brown, Beth Jo, 510 

Brown, Bruce Allen, 410, 502 

Brown, Carla Jo, 567 

Brown, Catherine Ann, 81, 427 

Brown, Charles Alden, 554 

Brown, Cynthia Janerine, 394, 449 

Brown, Cynthia Louise, 449 

Brown, Daniel Keith, 280 

Brown, David Bradley, 284, 458 

Brown, Diane Elaine, 385, 539 

Brown, Donald Lee, 475 

Brown, Prof. Ester, 388 

Brown, Geoffrey Peter, 479 

Brown, Gerald Douglas, 481 

Brown, Harold Thomas, 407 

Brown, Holly Beth, 82, 265, 436 

Brown, Jack Dale, 386, 387 

Brown, J. M., freshman football coach, 
341 

Brown, James Marce, 552 

Brown, Kathleen Marie, 220 

Brown, Larry Wayne, 82, 389 

Brown, Lee Oliver, 354 

Brown, Lia Fatima, 536 

Brown, Loretta Anne, 526 

Brown, Marilyn Ruth, 82, 265, 428 

Brown, Mrs. Mary, 533 

Brown, Michael Reed, 578 

Brown, Michael William, 587 

Brown, Pamela Ruth, 527 

Brown, Randall Alan, 345 

Brown, Richard Hastings, 477 

Brown, Robert, 341, 459 

Brown, Sharon Sue, 443 

Brown, Sherrie Ann, 417, 429 

Brown, Timothy Lee, 390, 471, 580 

Brown, William Franklin, 479 

Brown, William Glenn, 483 



Brown, Willis Everette, 471 
Brownfield, Susan Jane, 82, 282, 413 

448 
Broyhill, Roger Allen, 464 
Broyles, Allen Ross, 82, 352 
Brubaker, Gerald Leroy, 362 
Brubaker, James Clark, 461 
Brubaker, John Graham, Jr., 494 
Brubaker, Steven Harders, 407, 489 
Bruce, Carlyn Reece, 569 
Bruce, Patricia Diane, 267, 525 
Bruce, Robert William, 499 
Bruch, Ronald Erwin, 355 
Brucker, Anita Strauss, 539 
Brucker, Jeanette M., 82, 356, 377, 519 
Bruckman, Carl Joseph, 210, 238, 457 
Bruckman, Lois Ellen, 82, 448 
Bruckwer, Walter H., Prof., 398 
Brueggeman, Robert Neil, 406 
Brueggemann, Jeanine Ann, 525 
Brumm, Steven, 364 
Brunberg, Mary L., 197 
Brune, Peter Borden, 477 
Brune, Virginia Adelaide, 82, 442 
Bruner, Elizabeth Anne, 82, 442 
Bruni, Frank James, 549 
Brunner, James Cedric, 280, 372, 466 
Brunner, Sherry Lee, 409, 525 
Brunner, Steven Mark, 476 
Bruno, Walter, 404 
Bruns, Rex Allen, 467 
Bruns, Vicki June, 82 
Brusso, Barry, 273 
Brutsaert, Willem Frans, 353 
Bryan, Barbara Ann, 449 
Bryant, John David, 245, 359, 464 

Bryant, Margaret P., 285 

Bryant, Thomas Mark, 409, 579 

Bryden, Tommy William, 578 

Brydges, Sara Hughes, 517 

Brzeczek, Martin Edward, 568 

Buch, Clark Ivan, 504 

Buch, Lee David, 504 

Buchanan, Richard W., 82, 383 

Buchholz, Allan Clifford, 411 

Buchik, George Edward, 583 

Buchmann, Kathleen Jo, 531 

Buck, Carol Ann, 535 

Buck, Carolyn Jeanne, 82, 509 

Buck, Marilyn Suzanne, 196, 288, 289* 
419, 434 

Buck, Mary B., 253 

Buck, Mary E. Payne, 509 

Buckingham, James Robert, 354, 401 

Bucklar, John Raymond, 492 

Buckler, Maureen Ann, 440 

Buckley, Judy Catherine, 82, 509 

Buckman, Lawrence Elliot, 476 

Budzik, Dennis Michael, 401 

Buehrig, Grant Sanders, 587 

Buettner, Kathleen Ann, 379 

Buff ens, Eileen Joy, 82, 514 

Buford, Jane Ann, 514 

Bugg, Janet Ann, 533 

Buhmann, Carolyn Jean, 513 

Bukauskas, William A., 462 

Bukowski, Richard S., 197 

Bullamore, Helen Pond, 82, 430 

Bullard, Clark W., Ill, 82, 416 

Bullman, Bruce Dayid, 579 

Bulmash, Sherwin Alan, 568 

Bunchman, Mary Louise, 445 

Bundy, Larry Gene, 82, 280, 581 

Bundy, Sheila Kay, 510 

Bunker, Linda Kay, 405 

Bunning, Donald Leroy, 574 

Bunte, Ralph Milford, 404 

Bunting, Marcus Loy, 82, 381, 416 

Burack, Sherry Joan, 531 

Buraczynska, Roxolana M., 420 

Burba, Christine S., 539 

Burbridge, Robert Arthur, 575 

Burch, Brian Russell, 280, 585, 587 

Burch, Bruce Edward, 280, 587 

Burch, Mrs. E. L., 24 

Burch, Gary Eugene, 555 

Burcham, Harold Eugene, 419 

Burckhardt, Grant F., 545 

Burdette, Ronald Gordon, 554 

Burdick, Robert Winston, 582 

Burdick, William S., 390 

Burgbacher, Manfred E., 82, 548 

Burge, David Alan, 82, 197 

Burgel, Glenys, 511 

Burgess, James Michael, 544 

Burgh, James W., 583 

Burgin, Linda Ann, 516 

Burk, Elizabeth J., 282, 529 

Burke, David Lee, 484, 558 

Burke, David William, 82 

Burke, Dennis Joe, 548 

Burke, Kathleen Mary, 511 

Burke, Margaret Joanne, 215, 522 

Burke, Mary Margaret, 311, 366, 442 

Burke, Roberta, 82, 437 

Burke, Suzanne Louise, 440 

Burke, Thomas Michael, 465 

Burke, Valerie, 523 

Burker, Linda K., 366 

Burkett, Arthur Edward, 82, 380 

Burkhart, Philip John, 583 

Burkhart, Richard M„ 220, 586 

Burkholder, Robert L., 566 

Burkybile, Carl W., 278, 389 

Burkybile, Carolyn Jane, 82, 388, 519 

Burkybile, Dale Eugene, 389 

Burlew, Claire Ellen, 83, 430 

Burley, Robert D., Jr., 468 

Burlison, Randall Glen, 342, 353 

Burnett, Nancy Adelaide, 196, 288, 41 
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Burnham, Robert Danner, 414 
Burns, Bruce Allen, 83, 344 
Burns, David Edward, 476 
Burns, Marilyn, 352, 439 
Burns, Mary Margaret, 439 
Burns, Richard Laurence, 548 
Burns, Robert Patten, 492 
Burroughs, Anthony Jay, 450 
Burroughs, David George, 566 
Burroughs, Donald, 376 
Burroughs, John Cordell, 450 
Burroughs, Susan Lee, 277, 405, 511 
Burrus, Rebecca Ann, 519 
Burtelson, Frederick W., 409 
Burroughs, John Cordell, 450 
Burroughs, Susan Lee, 277, 405, 511 
Burrus, Rebecca Ann, 519 
Burtelson, Frederick W., 409 
Burzynsk, Richard Henry, 579 
Busby, Carol Leigh, 83 
Busby, Kathleen Carol, 567 
Busch, Michael George, 581 
Busch, William Wesley, Jr., 260, 479 
Busck, Enka Aborn, 83, 264, 434 
Bush, Christine Mary, 516 
Bush, Ellen Suzanne, 567 
Bush, Janice Marie, 426 
Bush, Nancy Jeanne, 287, 430 
Bushman, John Francis, 377, 378 
Bushnell, Howard Ellis, 582 
Busick, Cheryl Lyn, 437 
Businaro, Charles Robert, 372 
Buss, Stephen Alan, 407, 582 
Busse, Mildred Arlene, 524 
Bussell, Rodney Louis, 572 
Butikas, William A., 577 
Butkus, Julia D., 197 
Butkus, Kathleen Carol, 211, 284, 413, 

437 
Butler, Edward Saxe, 83 
Butler, Georganne M., 525 
Butler, Paul Alan, 583 
Butler, William Charles, 83 
Butner, Mrs. Mildred, 461 
Butterfield, Charlyn Dee, 533 
Button, Richard Bruce, 452 
Butts, Edward Arthur, 197, 574 
Butts, Patricia Ann, 540 
Butts, Sheryl Lee, 217, 441 
Butzirus, Michael D., 409 
Butzow, Norman Gayle, 556 
Buysse, James Lester, 468 
Byassee, James Henry, 581 
Byers, Avon Lee, 550 
Byers, Katherine Louise, 442 
Bylina, Thomas Joseph, 83 
Byman, Robert Leslie, 197, 205, 236, 

237, 238, 240, 504 
Byram, Gerald Joseph, 466 
Byrne, Bonnie Lee, 277, 405 
Byrnes, James Richard, 376 
Byron, Philip James, 469 



Calhoun Hall, 547 

Campus Chest, 288. 289 

Campus View Lodge. 548 

Canterbury Episcopal Found., 374 

Can Hall, 571 

Cedar Hall, 514 

Chevron, 374 

Chi Epsilon, 375 

Chi Omega, 433 

Chi Phi, 462 

Chi Psi, 463 

Christian Campus House, 547 

Christian Science Organization, 375 

Circle K, 376 

Clark House, 515, 516 

College Hall, 549 

Columbian Students Association, 377 

Commerce and Business 

Administration, College of, 174 
Committee on Student Affairs, 240 
Concert Band, 285 
Concert Choir, 282 
Cooperative Extension Club, 377 
Cosmopolitan Club, 378 



Cabaniss, Janet Sue, 529 
Cabodi, Alan Joseph, 352, 577 
Cacchione, Frank Joseph, 83 
Cafferata, Lee Ann, 375 
Cafferata, William F., Jr., 273 
Cagley, Charles Edward, 355 
Cahan, Carol Joyce, 83 
Cahan, Michael Allen, 498 
Cahill, Edward C, Jr., 502 
Cahill, Peter George, 356, 365, 453 
Cain, James Warren, 572 
Cain, John David, 574 
Caise, Cheryl Lynn, 438 
Caldwell, Michael Ward, 581 
Caldwell, Mrs. Nancy, 478 
Calhoun, Dean Staub, 345 
Calhoun, Richard E., 404 
Callaghan, Dennis James, 566 
Callaghan, Rchard T., 342 
Callen, Peter William, 476 
Calliss, Wiliam Allen, 554 
Callister, John L., 550 
Calvert, Dennis Wayne, 458 
Camac, David Eugene, 577 
Camargoroncancio, Henry, 377 
Camden, Karen Elaine, 517 
Cameron, Thomas Barry, 384, 456 
Cameron, Vicki Lou, 518 



Carter, Robert Leon, 357 
Carney, Mrs. Mary, 516 
Cammack, Prof. Emerson, 380 
Camp, Gary Eugene, 463 
Campbell, Claudia Jean, 83 
Campbell, Forrest Kent, 285 
Campbell, Gloria Mae, 283 
Campbell, Gordon L., 452, 583 
Campbell, Kathleen Marie, 532 
Campbell, Michael Floyd 379 
Campbell, Pamela Sue, 544 
Campbell, Ronald Lynn, 83, 416 
Campbell, Thomas Andrew, 380 
Campbell, Terry David, 379, 458 
Campbell, Thomas John, 586 
Campion, Nora Jule, 537 
Campo, Ramon, 549 
Campus Chest Charlie, 288 
Canfield, Curtis Charles, 459 
Canham, Laverne Emory, Jr., 273, 552 
Caniff , Michelle Anne, 394 
Cann, Elizabeth Ida, 565 
Cannell, Lynell Earline, 403, 526 
Cannon, Jules Irwin, 487 
Cantalupo, James Richard, 505 
Cantwell, Kathleen Marie, 253, 443 
Cantwell, Thomas Joseph, 544 
Cantz, Norman J., 490 
Cantzler, Richard M., Jr., 256, 494 
Capelle, Roselyn Marie, 512 
Capitani, Mary Etta, 565 
Capon, Ross Bertram, 257, 374 
Caram, Vicki Lynn, 508 
Carbonari, Gerald M., 341, 499 
Carbonneau, James Robert, 467 
Carey, Grace Patricia, 567 
Carey, James W., 240 
Carey, Kenneth Dee, 477 
Carey, William George, 459 
Careerman, Renee Eileen, 217, 428 
Carius, Allen Barry, 196, 342 
Carius, Terry Lee, 583 
Carkin, Richard Earle, 392 
Carlburg, Margot Lyndon, 83, 432 
Carlile, John Webster, Jr., 459 
Carlington, Corrie Lynn, 565 
Carlino, John Randolph, 486 
Carls, Esther Ann, 83, 518 
Carlsen, Diane Dorothy, 405, 443 
Carlson, Barbara Ruth, 397 
Carlson, Brenda Margreta, 405, 537 
Carlson, Bronwen Lorene, 265,440, 547 
Carlson, Charles Elwood, 409 
Carlson, Charles Ernest, 197 
Carlson, Danny Lee, 575 
Carlson, John Robert, 581 
Carlson, John Thomas, 362 
Carlson, Judy Ann, 447 
Carlson, KennethEric, 83, 409, 414, 577 
Carlson, Kenneth Wayne, 83 
Carlson, Larry Ellis, 495 
Carlson, Linda Claire, 284 
Carlson, Linda Jeanne, 511 
Carlson, Mary Ann V., 539 
Carlson, Nancy Gwendolyn, 246 
Carlson, Norman Davis, 407, 582 
Carlson, Philip Arnold, 477 
Carlson, Robert David, 83, 341, 353, 

361, 365, 382 
Carlson, Robert Lee, 284, 463 
Carlson, Robert Paul, 284, 407 
Carlson, Robert Raymond, 284 
Carlson